Rochester NY: October 1, 1958 – December 2, 2016. Predeceased by mother, Joanne M. Day; survived by father, Richard J. Day; brothers, Ronald R. And Lance G. Day; sister, Tammy-Jo Cordone (Day); niece, Shawna M. Day; nephew, Justin C. Cordone: great nephew Brayden G. Day; Many relatives and dear friends.
Darrick served in the army and enjoyed riding his motorcycle and his wonderful collection of dragons. He will be dearly missed but we are comforted knowing he is at peace and back home with mom.
Rick was a man of Integrity, a man of his word. A great guy to hang out with. He will be missed by many. Rest in Peace Mr. Day
We were so sorry to hear of our nephews passing. Rick was always a great caring kid and adult and fun to be with. He served his country in the Army and we are comforted to know that he will be with his mom. RIP Rick….Love, Uncle Ken and Aunt Marlene
He was my first love – we stayed friends over many years and I’ll always carry him in my heart
Dear Uncle Dick, Tam, Ron, Lance, Justin and Shawna,
I was so sad to hear of the passing of Rick. He certainly was a special guy in my heart. I am so happy that I was able to see him and spend time with him over the last few years! I’m thankful to know that he is no longer suffering and is at peace with Aunt Joanne. I’m sure he’s already having a ball with his Uncle Gene. My love to all of you!! Rest In Peace Rick!
Rick or Ricky as I called him was my true brother. I met Rick when I moved to Rochester from the Adirondacks, we bonded immediately working in sub zero weather on roofs and doing various construction work, we became a team, working and riding bikes, we both had little tolerance for too much craziness at work, but would take pride in pranking each other. Rick was the toughest , hardest working guy I knew, he motivated many by his example. A big part of me is lost because of Ricks passing, when I hear ” Don’t stop believing” his favorite Journey tune, I smile knowing that he still has my back and I will have his again someday, I will always love him forever
Rick was my eldest son, loved dearly, and will be sorely missed.
Im sure he is at peace and with the lord.
Love ya Rick
I knew Rick, when living in Germany. I became very good friends with him. We even enjoyed a, more than adventurous, trip to Zimbabwe. I have not seen Rick in 30 years but not a day hassed passed without a thought for him. I shall forever cherish those memories. Rest in peace ma pal, Love you as a brother and will join you in time. Your old Scottish pal Duncan.