Richard A. Cash
May 12, 1931 ~ November 22, 2020
Resided in: Pueblo West, Colorado
Richard A. Cash, 89, born May 12, 1931, passed away Nov. 22, 2020. Survived by wife, Jackie Cash; children, Richard (Deb) Cash, Randy (Mary) Cash and Don Cash; grandchildren, Ryan (Randi) Cash, Marie Cash and Kathy Cash. Richard worked at CF&I Steel, then Dana Corporation for 43 years. He liked football, fishing, hunting, NASCAR and was an avid Broncos fan. As per his request, there will be no services. The family requests no flowers and no food. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com
Rest In Peace Grandpa. I love you so much. I’ll miss your laugh and your funny sense of humor. You were an amazing man who could make anyone smile and your laugh lit up the room. I’ll always remember all the fun times we had over the years. I’ll remember the fun times Kathy and I spent at your house playing monopoly, celebrating New Years, watching funny movies, going on picnics, visiting the cabin, and all the funny jokes we shared. Love you!
Gramps you were such a wonderful person.
You always knew how to put everyone around you in such a good mood. I will miss your sense of humor, the cheesy jokes from your emails and your contagious laugh and smile. I will never forget all the fun we had together. Like the time we all went to Soup or Salad and you started making funny laughing impersonations and had Marie, Grammie and me laughing so hard, we started crying. I remember when we would sit and play Monopoly or card games for hours and when you would sit up on our bed at night, and tell us story after story before we fell asleep. Or when I got stuck in the mud at the lake and you came to the rescue and helped dig me & Marie out and then washed our muddy shoes off with the hose. I loved watching you pick through your movie collection and seeing all the different genres of movies that you’ve taped and how they were organized. Or when we would go to Country Buffet and on our way there, we would list everything that we were going to put on our plates and then we would go eat our hearts out. These are just some of the many memories that brought us so many good times together. I have learned so much from you and will bring parts of you with me, wherever I go. You were such a kind hearted, loving Grandpa, and I will miss you so much. However, I know that you are watching over all of us in heaven and are no longer in any pain.
Love forever, KaThY
Don and family I’m so sorry for your loss, my prayers to you all.