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Richard C. Jennings

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“Rich was as fine a person i could ever of had the pleasure to work for, what a loss at such a young age, you will be missed. ”
1 of 37 | Posted by: Craig T Bubier - Conroe, TX

“I’ve had a hard time putting into words how I feel about Rich. He was my boss at a law firm in Denver and yet he made me feel like a colleague...a...Read More »
2 of 37 | Posted by: Katherine Keeley - Friend

“Rich... You will be dearly missed. My prayers are with your family at this difficult time. I remember always being scared of when you would come to...Read More »
3 of 37 | Posted by: Valerie Ramirez

“I had the privilege to work with Rich when he began his law career, and was fortunate to see Rich blossom in his new career. Rich was a brilliant...Read More »
4 of 37 | Posted by: Dan Culhane - Denver, CO - Friend

“WE LOST RICHARD! THE 7 NIGHTS PRIOR TO HIS HOSPITALIZATION, WE SPOKE AT LENGTH ABOUT; FLY FISHING ,LIFE ,BUSINESS AND OF COARSE HIS KIDS. HE ALWAYS...Read More »
5 of 37 | Posted by: WAYNE ZULLA - BOQUETE, PANAMA

“I met Rich when Carl started working for Dunrich in 2001. Rich use to joke with us before and after we got married about it being "for the rest of...Read More »
6 of 37 | Posted by: Carl and Lisa Pabst - Conroe, TX

“Rich will be dearly missed and always fondly remembered and appreciated for his warmth, kindness, and leadership to me and many others whom he worked...Read More »
7 of 37 | Posted by: Jasen Lee Miller - San Antonio, TX

“After the marriage of my father and MarJo we had a wonderful opportunity to get to know Richard at a reunion in Tennessee. Our heart felt prayers...Read More »
8 of 37 | Posted by: Danny, Lisa and children

“Marjo and Family- We are so sorry to hear of Richie's passing. Please accept our heartfelt sympathy. Love, Wanda and Tom Zumbro ”
9 of 37 | Posted by: Wanda & Tom Zumbro - Socorro, NM

“In memory of a great friend and man. We shared lots of laughter and stories over the past couple of years. A moment didn't go by that he wasn't doing...Read More »
10 of 37 | Posted by: Terry Wilbourn - Richardson, TX

“Hook 'em Horns! ”
11 of 37 | Posted by: Jennifer Alonzi

“Just wanted to light a candle and let you know I will miss him greatly and he and friends and family are in my prayers during this very difficult...Read More »
12 of 37 | Posted by: Cat Slavin

“Rest in peace Rich - you were always so ornery! ”
13 of 37 | Posted by: Cathleen Alonzi

“Our deepest sympathy to Richie's family. I remember him as a child, teen and young adult. Our boys, Michael and Paul Armstrong, always looked up to...Read More »
14 of 37 | Posted by: Kodi and Lou Kodituwakku - NM

“Wow… the memories of Richie. I met Rich when we were in 3rd grade at church camp, and we were instantly fast friends. The summers would sometimes...Read More »
15 of 37 | Posted by: David Patterson - Phoenix, AZ

“for your curiosity. For the struggles we all face. Be at rest, Rich. Be at rest. ”
16 of 37 | Posted by: Paula - Friend

“May Rich now have the peace he was so eager for the rest of us to experience...I will love you forever, and I miss you so much. ”
17 of 37 | Posted by: Melissa O'Dell Crabtree - Aurora, IL

“Rich and I worked together on several real estate developments in Texas. One of the nicest persons I have ever had the pleasure to work with. I feel...Read More »
18 of 37 | Posted by: Bob Burton - Austin, TX

“I first met Rich the fall of 1981 at the Jester Dorm Cafeteria on the UT campus. Our first words to each other were: Kristy: You remind me of a man...Read More »
19 of 37 | Posted by: Kristy Hansen May - Austin, TX

“I cherish the memories I have of Richie - the visits at Mammaw and Pappaw's, the family reunions. He was definitely one of the people I looked...Read More »
20 of 37 | Posted by: Marilyn Fenton Mitchell - TX

“Dear MarJo, Stacy & Scott: We are so sorry to hear of Rich's death. It just doesn't seem possible that his young life is gone. I remember that...Read More »
21 of 37 | Posted by: Bill & Meredith Cunningham - OK

“There are so many memories I would have to write a book! So I will just try to include them all. When Richie and I would get together at anytime all...Read More »
22 of 37 | Posted by: Kay Rayls( Anderson) - Los Lunas, NM

“Marjo and Family I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know I'm here for you in the days ahead Marjo. ”
23 of 37 | Posted by: Marlene Zagar - Albuquerque, NM

“There are so many funny memories. My most favorite were from middle school. We were on yearbook together along with all our closest friends. He got...Read More »
24 of 37 | Posted by: Susan Holmes Smail - CO - Friend

“No one who worked with you at USF&G could ever forget your "Safety Song" or your wonderful sense of humor. As for us, your steadfastness as a...Read More »
25 of 37 | Posted by: Tom and Judy Hinde - Mesilla, NM

“In remembrance. ”
26 of 37 | Posted by: Stephanie Cline-Nygren - Culpeper, VA

“My fondest memories involve both Ritchie and Scottie growing up. Being so much younger than them, and Richie and Scottie terrorizing me on Sunday...Read More »
27 of 37 | Posted by: Stephanie Cline-Nygren - Culpeper, VA

“Rich was actually a long time friend of my sister but I had the pleasure of meeting him for the first time one Thanksgiving back in the early 80's. I...Read More »
28 of 37 | Posted by: Darcy Molyet - Allen, TX - Friend

“I was only able to spend 4 - 5 months working with Rich, but I can truly say I enjoyed every minute spent with him. Whether at a breakfast, a lunch,...Read More »
29 of 37 | Posted by: dewey leggett - Plano, TX

“Rich always had something funny to say. He was a bright spot in my day! He made me laugh. He always wanted me to make him a cherry pie. One time I...Read More »
30 of 37 | Posted by: Christy Williams - Plano, TX

“Rest in peace Rich. May your never dangle a "particuple" again. May you FINALLY get to play all 18 holes at UT Golf Club (unlimited balls now...can't...Read More »
31 of 37 | Posted by: Paula - Dallas, TX - Friend

“Rest in peace Rich. May your never dangle a "particuple" again. May you FINALLY get to play all 18 holes at UT Golf Club (unlimited balls now...can't...Read More »
32 of 37 | Posted by: Paula - Dallas, TX - Friend

“Rich was a good friend in high school here in Roswell GA. After many years, we reconnected via Facebook. How fortunate I was to reconnect after all...Read More »
33 of 37 | Posted by: Diane O'Donnell Peoples - Roswell, GA

“Rich always had a way of finding the "funny" in a situation, no matter how serious others thought it was. I remember one time in particular where...Read More »
34 of 37 | Posted by: Lisa LaCour - Metairie, LA

“Being around Richie was always a treat. He was never without a smile, and seemed to always have something funny to say or do. The fun we had as a...Read More »
35 of 37 | Posted by: Joe (Joey) McDaniel - Friend

“You are in my heart & prayers. I have many wonderful memories of Richie over the years. I am honored to call him cousin. You are all in my heart...Read More »
36 of 37 | Posted by: Brenda Lulu Birdwell - LA

“On behalf of the French Family of Companies, we express our deepest condolences. ”
37 of 37 | Posted by: Larry Davis - Funeral Director


JENNINGS - Richard C. Jennings, a native of Albuquerque, died Monday, February 15, 2010. He was preceded in death by his father, Hulon D. Jennings; and sister, Rhonda Jo Jennings. He is survived by his daughter, Lauren Jennings, of Boulder, CO; son, Austin Jennings, of Highlands Ranch, CO; mother, Mar Jo Jennings and husband, Lt Col (Ret) Daniel Daube of The Woodlands, TX; brother, Dr. Scott Jennings and wife, Clotilde, of Colorado Springs, CO; sister, Stacey Masterson and husband, Lt Col Edward Masterson, of Alexandria, VA; nieces, Alex Jennings and Paige Masterson; nephews, Ryan Jennings and Derek Masterson; and numerous cousins and friends. Mr. Jennings was a graduate of the University of Texas in Austin and maintained a spirited rivalry with friends from other Big 12 institutions. He graduated from the University of Denver, School of Law and practiced for many years in Colorado and Texas, specializing in real estate development. He also served as a member on the Northwest Nazarene University Foundation Board of Directors in Nampa, ID for several years. He was an avid fly fisherman, following in the footsteps of his father and brother. He was an inveterate reader, a lover of fine art, and a talented amateur photographer. He loved to tease his children, nieces, and nephews, and his gentle sense of humor will be sorely missed. A memorial service will be held in Albuquerque Saturday, February 20, 2010, 10:00 a.m., at Heights First Church of the Nazarene, 8401 Paseo Del Norte NE, with Dr. Leon F. Wyss officiating. Interment will take place at Bethany Cemetery in Marthaville, LA. Flowers may be sent to Heights First Church of the Nazarene, or donations may be given to the Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation, Attn: Cindy Brueggemann, Nursing Education Fund, P.O. Box 26666, Albuquerque, NM 87125-6666. Please visit our online guestbook for Mr. Jennings at RememberTheirStory.com
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7121 Wyoming Blvd. NE
(505) 823-9400

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