Richard C. Croskey

Richard C. Croskey

October 18,1951 – September 11,2023

Preceded in death by parents, James and Mary; brother, Jim.

Survived by Patti Croskey; children, Jamie (Rachel), Jason (Brisa) Joseph (Abi), Jono (Erin), Jacob, Katie Croskey, and Kerri Nikolai (Andrew); grandchildren, Teddy, Truman, Harper, Felix, Kennedy, Chase and Elliotte; sister, Cathleen O’Leary; sister-in-law, Carol Croskey.

Celebration of Life: Friday, September 15th from 3-6PM at the Candlelight Lounge.


  • Ronald L Nollette Posted September 13, 2023 2:22 pm

    to my good friend,,,,,here’s is a time of prayers and memories

  • Donna Waltman-Belt Posted September 14, 2023 10:12 am

    I will really miss Rich. He was such a joy to be around and he loved my banana bread letting me know how good it was when he came in the office after taking picture

  • Matt Dougherty Posted September 14, 2023 10:22 am

    My thoughts and prayers go out to Patti and her family. Rich was always so kind to everyone in our office. He had such a great sense of humor. So many laughs as I look back to our conversations over a really good scotch in the afternoon. He loved his family and was always eager to visit about their recent accomplishments or funny stories. He rarely had a bad word to say about anyone and took time to help anyone in need. I will miss his stories and our laughs together.

  • Sean Haley Posted September 14, 2023 10:34 am

    His loving spirit lives on in all those he Loves. Praying for peace to his family and friends as we let him go.

  • Roxie Forde Posted September 14, 2023 12:38 pm

    I enjoyed seeing Rich every month while getting his haircut! I’m going to miss him so much! My prayers go out to his family !!

  • Graham Jura Posted September 15, 2023 8:52 am

    There are a certain few people that you always enjoy running into, no matter where it is. And Rich was definitely one of them, I was always glad to see him. I enjoyed every conversation I had with him over the years, and it’s really sad to think that he won’t be able to light up people’s lives with that laugh and that dry wit.

    RIP, buddy, my heart goes out to your family.

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