Richard J. D’Agosta

Richard J. D’Agosta

July 10, 1944 – April 11, 2023

He was preceded in death by his parents, Phillip and Helen D’Agosta.

He is survived by his wife, Cynthia; daughters: Andrea Fleming (Trevor), Regina Coppinger (Brian); grandchildren: Erik, Colin, Ryan, Isabella and Ella; sister, Phyllis D’Agosta; many nieces and nephews.

Mass of Christian Burial: Saturday, April 15, 2023, 10:30AM at Christ The King Catholic Church, 654 South 86th Street,  with visitation starting at 9:30AM.

Private Interment: Omaha National Cemetery

Memorials will be directed by the family.


  • Josie L Ferro-Magistro Posted April 13, 2023 3:47 pm


    OMG! I can’t believe that Rick is gone. I thought he would live forever. Uncle Phil was my Dad’s 1st cousin and they were very close throughout their lives. I remember going over to their house after mass on Sundays. I was a small child, a toddler I believe. Rick would pick me up and carry me around. He used to tease me and not let me go when my parents were leaving and said he wanted to keep me. I just let him. LOL! After our parents passed we never saw much of each other. Of course, Rick being much older than me and ran around in different circles. I loved Rick and his parents sooo much. I will always cherish the memories of those times forever.. May God Bless Rick’s family and friends. May you all cherish those memories to comfort you in the days to come.

    All My Love Always,

    “Little Josie” Ferro-Magistro

  • Ed Boos Barbara Boos Posted April 17, 2023 10:21 am

    Rick was just an honest hard working good solid individual that helped us out with carpentry duties. My wife and I moved to Omaha three years ago and Rick and his partner Bob were recommended to us for some remodel and changes to the house we purchased. He was very talented and did everything we asked and was always fair and very personable. I recommended him to others also. I was so sorry to hear of his illness several months ago. He said to me many times May God Bless You so now I will say that back to Rick May the Good Lord Bless Him.

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