Richard Remme

richard remme
Richard Allen Remme died October 9, 2017 at Elim Care Center under care of Hospice. He was born in Fargo, ND on January 29, 1941 and attended Central High School. Richard retired December, 2009 after being self-employed with his brother George (Remme Bros. Carpet Service) for over 50 years. Dick enjoyed his lake home on Lake Maud for 43 years. He leaves his wife, Mary Ann, daughters, Sheila (Kevin) Opdahl, Kelly McIntyre, three grandchildren, Patrick and Marisa Opdahl, Sierra McIntyre, and brother George (LaVonne) Remme, all of Fargo; sister-in-law Ruth Siegert, Hillsboro, ND, and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a younger brother David, his parents, Helen (Lien) and Arnold Remme, and his grandparents. A funeral service will be held on October 11, 2017 at 2:00 PM at Boulger Funeral Home & Celebration of Life in Fargo, ND, with visitation beginning at 1:00 PM. Memorials are preferred to Elim Care Center—Cherished Lane, or to the Alzheimers Association.

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  1. Aunt MaryAnn, Sheila & Kelly: I will always cherish and remember the wonderful fun-fill times spent at the lake with Uncle Dick. You are all in Jim & my thoughts and prayers for peace & comfort knowing Uncle Dick is in the loving arms of Jesus. Uncle Dick was a generous man who would give anyone the shirt off his back and help anyone in need. He will be greatly missed. I love you all. Kari

  2. MaryAnn and family: Dick and you were such good friends for so many many years to us. We had so many good times together, will always remember them. Will miss you friend Dick. God will take care of you now.
    Love, Marie Thomson

  3. Maryann,
    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Dick..May you cherish all the beautiful memories..Sending you BIG hugs and our deepest sympathy.
    Shelly and Dewey

  4. Mary Ann and family – Our sympathy goes out to you during this difficult time. Dick was a wonderful guy and there was many great memories made in Dad’s garage. We won’t be able to make Dick’s service but know you will be in our thoughts as you celebrate his life.

  5. MaryAnn, Sheila, and Kelly,

    I am so sorry for your loss! Uncle Dick was such a great man! We so enjoyed visiting with you guys at your home and Lake Maud, a lot of great memories, and laughs we had! Uncle Dick had a heart of Gold and loved being around the kids, I know my kids will always cherish the moments spent together. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace Uncle Dick ~

  6. Our heart is saddened by your departure Dicky-Poo… but we know you are at peace now and hopefully have joined daddy and all your buddies and famil on the other side. Our deepest heartfelt sympathy to Mary Ann and the girls. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers….May God Bless You All!!!
    Love,
    The Walvatne Family

  7. Mary Ann & family, so sorry for your loss. My brothers and i send our condolences during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be missed.

    Vicki, Ric, & Mark Evanson

  8. I am so sorry for the Remme family in their loss. Dick and I grew up together from grade school in the same neighborhood. It was difficult for us to stay out of trouble but that’s only when we got caught. We had a great time together and I have many fond memories of him. May he rest in a great deal of peace and comfort.

  9. MaryAnn, Sheila and Kelly…I’ve been thinking about you today and will pray for you in the days and weeks to come. I watched the video keepsake. What a wonderful tribute for a lifetime of good memories. Brought back alot of memories for me as well. I feel a part of me will always be Remme…Love and hugs!!

  10. For Dick and Mary Ann and family:I am so sorry for your loss,please know Dick will be still watching all of you from his resting spot with Jesus.Iam thinking today about the good times I was so fortunate to share with the Lein and Remme family’s-thank you so much, You are in my heart thoughts and prayers Cathie (Basarba) Lein

  11. I am so sorry for your loss, loosing a loved one is something we will never get used to. I would like to share some words of comfort with sonnys family. God promises the day will come where we will once again be reunited with our loved ones on a peaceful earth (John 5:28,29) Yes one day you’ll get to re-live those beautiful memories with Dick and enjoy his company forever, what beautiful hope.

  12. Dearest Mary Ann So very sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. He was always known as Sid to me. I’ve been out of town visiting family and just recently heard the news.I’m so very sorry that I wasn’t able to make it to the funeral. That picture on the video of Roger, Darcy, Certs and Sid brought back a lot of memories, and then Snowflake and Cheryl…not many of us left but lots of wonderful memories. Again my deepest sympathies and so sorry I wasn’t there to tell you in person….someday I hope I get the chance. Love and prayers Bonnie S.

  13. Mary Ann and family, sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. He was always such a jovial guy. I remember some good times hunting with my dad and Dick. He could always crack me up. Condolences to you all.


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