Richard L Lienenbrink (1925 - 2010)




Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio


at Home,
7406 Arroyo Grande Court, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado
Cause of death: Natural causes

Cause of death

Natural causes

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at St Mary of the Lakes Church,
218 Oklawaha Avenue, Eustis, Lake County, FL


Last Known Residence

scottsdale of briargate condominiums,
7406 arroyo grande court, colorado springs, el paso County, colorado us


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Grammar School


Unskilled Occupations In Production Of Rubber Goods. Retired from Proctor and Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio in approx. 1982

Military Service

Military serial#: 35803004
Enlisted: May 29, 1943 in Cincinnati Ohio
Military branch: No Branch Assignment
Rank: Private, Selectees (enlisted Men)
Terms of enlistment: Enlistment For The Duration Of The War Or Other Emergency, Plus Six Months, Subject To The Discretion Of The President Or Otherwise According To Law

Middle name




White, Citizen







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Joan Jacobson My Uncle Dick came to live with me in 2007, after his beloved wife Rita Lienenbrink née Spinner (my Father's sister) passed away in September 2005, in Altoona, Florida. They had lived at the Lakeview Retirement Community in Altoona, Florida. They were married for over 60 years and did everything together. They loved each other very much. He told me how he offered to teach her to drive as a way of getting her to date him:). They wanted children very much but was unable to. Even still, Rita was very happy to be a "stay at home" mom to their dogs, Penny and (I'll update the name of their other dog). She fell ill very suddenly, in June, 2005, with pancreatic cancer and passed away on September 5th, 2005. He never imagined a life without her and fell into a deep depression after her death. In September 2006, I traveled to Florida to help him through knee surgery. I was distraught to see how much he had declined and how sad he had been for the last year. (He had kept it pretty well hidden). During his recuperation, we had developed a very special relationship, I think in a way I became the daughter he never had. At the very least, someone to love and that loved him completely, something that he had missed after Rita's death. I could never take her place, but was able to give him a few years of happiness. He came to Colorado in 2006, and I got to know an Uncle that such a sense of humor (he was hilarious!) and a heart of gold, he has forever touched my life. I miss him every day and hope he is "saving that place in heaven for me" that he promised. I love you Uncle Dick and I miss you terribly. I'm happy you're with Rita again:)

Joni (and Squiggles, your spoiled dog)
Oct 14, 2013 · Reply

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