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Richard N. Knerr

RICHARD N. KNERR age 84, beloved husband for 62 years of Mary Ann (nee Svigel); loving father of Bryan (wife Joan) and Laurie Knerr; devoted grandfather of Dustin and Shannon; cherished son of the late Raymond and Bertha (nee Charske).

Richard was born on August 29, 1934 in Euclid and passed away on October 9, 2018. He was a resident of Highland Heights for over 50 years. Richard was a parishioner of St. Paschal Baylon and a member of the Euclid Campers Club. He graduated from Euclid High School and proudly worked as an IT analyst. Richard greatly enjoyed playing and coaching softball, playing bocce, and camping. He loved traveling the U.S, Europe, and going on cruises. Richard also enjoyed playing golf and cards in his free time. He got the most enjoyment out of life when spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He was friendly, easy going, outgoing, and loved attending his grandchildren’s events. Richard will be dearly missed by all.

In Lieu of flowers contributions may be made in memory of Richard to Hospice of the Western Reserve 17876 St. Clair Avenue, Cleveland, OH, 44110 or Highland Heights Kemper House, 407 Golf View Lane, Highland Heights, Ohio 44143. Cremation by DeJohn Crematory. Mass of Christian Burial Monday, October 15, 2018 at St. Pascal Baylon Catholic Church, 5384 Wilson Mills Rd. in Highland Heights at 10 AM. Private Burial at All Souls Cemetery. Family will receive friends to pay tribute to and celebrate the life of Richard at THE CHURCH MONDAY MORNING 9:30 – 10 AM.

 

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  1. John & Joanne Perkovich :

    We have know Dick and MaryAnn through the EUCLID CAMPERS CLUB.. Camping from Spring until Fall every year plus all the times we got together for Weddings and Holidays.
    Never a dull moment as we camped, garage saled, played Bocci, cooked over a campfire ever night. We found any way we could to agrivate each other. WHAT A WONDERFUL GROUP. OF FRIENDS WE ALL WERE FOR SO MANY YEARS. Dick will be truly missed. He is up there playing bocci through creeks, over hills, through mud with the rest of the group that have passed already!
    I can’t forget the wine and cheese parties too. No cops were ever called We laughed and laughed!

  2. Joan Dondea Lowry :

    My deepest sympathy to Dick’s family. Dick was a member of our high school class, the class of 1952, Euclid Senior High School. He had always attended our summer luncheon but we very much missed him the last two years. Everyone liked Dick because he always had a good word for everyone, was a great guy, was easy to talk to and much of the time had a smile on his face. He will be missed by all of us. May he rest in peace.

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