Richard was a great man who I enjoyed working with at Ulbrich. He will be missed. My heartfelt sympathies to all of his family.
Lisa M. Aurora
Dick was an incredible man who helped blaze a trail for many to follow, as he and his family, together, have made Ulbrich Steel an International Company and a wonderful place to work. I am honored and privileged to have worked with him. My deepest sympathy to his family. Warmly,Lisa.
Our sincere condolences on the passing of Mr. Ulbrich. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.
MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH THE ULBRICH FAMILY.
Dick was always a wonderful
cousin. He lived life to the fullest and certainly will be missed by all.
I had the privilege of playing with Dick in the Elm City Banjo Society and Jack's Cats; he will be missed.
My sincere sympathy goes to his beloved family.
Neil M. Laribee
I had a wonderful relationship with Richard and his brother Fred during the late 50's thru mid 60's at Ulbrich Stainless. May he rest in eternal pease.
I was priviledged to have Dick as a friend for many years.I have never met a more sincere and honest individual in decades of collecting.We had a lot of fun together on our various roadtrips and they will always kindle a fond memory over the coming years. My sincerest condolences to Diane and his family. Rest in peace old friend.
My sincere condolences to all of the Ulbrich family. Dick was a mentor to many and his leadership and understanding will be missed.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roberson
He will be greatly missed. He will be in our prayers.
Kris and Bill Gilman
When I came to work at Ulbrich, Dick was one of the first to welcome me. His sincerity, kindness, and sensitivity to others always impressed me. I will miss our occasional chats.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ulbrich family during this time of grief.
Bob & Laura Rosa
To the Ulbrich Family,
We were shocked to here the news about Dick while we were on vacation. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very sad time. Being an employee at Ulbrich for over 20 years, I had come to know Dick. I can tell you that he will be missed by many people.
Our Deapest sympathy.
Bob & Laura Rosa
Dick was kind person and always listened to the working individual. He and I shared a love for horses. I will always remember seeing him at Saratoga and for Dick asking me how I picked my longshot winner one year. He will be missed.
Don & Cheryl Landry
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.
Please know that my thoughts and prayers go out to you Mary, Mike, Isabella and Olivia and the entire Ulbrich Family for this great loss.
Chris, Fred and Mary, My thougths and prayers are with you at this time. May Dick rest in peace in the arms of the Lord.
Mike and Ann Alstrits
Our thoughts and prayers are with Dick's entire family during this difficult time. He was a good man and will be missed.
Philip C & Barbara J Hax
A life of positive influence and deeds are his living legacy. We are proud to be a distant relative.
Linda L. Lewis
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I was Dick's first secretary (in the 1970s) when the executive offices were still in Wallingford. He was a good man and a wonderful employer.
Dick Ulbrich will be very missed by the Ulbrich employee family. My thoughts go out to his family at this difficult time.
My thoughts and prayers to the Ulbrich Family
JOSE L. RODRIGUEZ
I knew Dick for over 25 years as a friend, fellow Cheshire History Collector and as a client of things Americana. I have never met a collector and human being with more class, genuine sensitivity and quiet humility. His keen sense of good taste and discernment of the rare and beautiful were unsurpassed. I shall miss Dick and will always consider myself lucky to have known him. My thoughts and prayers go out to Diane and his family in this time of sorrow.
My thoughts and prayers go out to Mary Ulbrich Merlini & her family at this time.
Over the past 10 years that I worked for the Company, your father was always a kind man.
I was saddened to learn of Mr. Ulbrich's passing. While employeed at the plant, Mr. Ulbrich would share his interest in coins with me and give me guidance about coin collecting. A star was born in heaven when Mr. Ulbrich answered his ultimate call. God be with his family and have the happy memories carry you through this sad time. He was a good person.
Henry N. Giguere
I was saddened to hear of Dick's passing from George Stradar today. He was a kind classmate and a Georgetown gentleman. My may prayers be with him and his family.
I just received the news about Uncle Richard's passing. My father has been reunited with his brother. My thoughts and love are with you.