I have so many great memories with the Redmon family from my childhood . So very sorry that I won’t be able to attend the funeral service. You all will be in my thoughts . Love,”Mickey” Michelle
Robin, so sorry for your loss, sending love and prayers for you and your family.
Many years ago, I lived next door to Richard and Linda. While my time living there was brief, I have many find memories. Richard always made me feel welcome and part of the family, whether it be partying in their driveway or just chatting in the front yard. He was a great man, one of a kind, and will be missed.
Sending my love and prayers to Linda and the family.
Linda, words cannot express our feelings for you and your children , grandkids and your great children. We will remember all the activities that he shared on Facebook to all of his friends and family,. We still laugh and talk about the good times we had at your house in 1975,, uncle Ted and Allen singing and the kids in the pool. Robin,Roberta, rusty and randy, they were so little at that time, look how much they’ have grown, I talk to robin and look at all of her posts. All of you there in Evansville take care and love you all.. may Allen Rest In Peace. Love from all of the Hagensieker family here in Vegas and Utah and Arizona.
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Richard A. Redmon, 80, passed away on March 23, 2022. He was born on August 14, 1941, to Harley and Ruth Redmon in Evansville, Indiana.
Richard was a proud husband, father, and grandfather. He spent many days playing with his 8 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. He served his country in the United States Army. He worked at Cement Mason’s Local 692 as both a member and Business Agent. He was also President Emeritus of OPCMIA Local 692. He was a member of Evansville Lodge #64 and was a former member at Reed Lodge #316. He was a former member of Arab Patrol at Hadi Shrine since 1971; he had a signature Bloody Mary that he enjoyed sharing with his fellow Shriners and campers. He enjoyed hunting and camping. He loved to sing Karaoke and spend time with friends. He cherished time playing the Ukulele with his grandchildren. Above all, he loved his family very much and will be greatly missed. P.S he was hardheaded, and Linda is still mad at him.
Richard was preceded in death by his parents.
Richard is survived by his wife of 60 years Linda, children Russell (Robin) Redmon, Robin (Don) Morris, Roberta Redmon, Randy (Bonnie) Redmon; 8 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; his best buddy Olivia; and extended family and friends.
Visitation will be from 11am until the time of service at 2pm on March 31st, 2022, at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Richard’s memory to Sunset Funeral Home and Memorial Park.
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