Richard A Mincer Sr. 79 years old resident of East Rochester. Widowed by his loving wife Anna Fabrizi Mincer Survived by his 6 children, Richard Jr, Lahr, Leigh, Scott, Mark, Amy. his 5 grandchildren Richard, Alashia, Samantha, Erika, Chelsea. He was a loving brother to his 7 siblings Marion, Ann, Ray, Ronnie, Bob, Jerry, Noel. Most importantly survived by his pride and joy his dog Bella. Richard Sr, enjoyed working in his garage and working on anything with a engine. Also sitting on his porch talking to everyone who walked his house. Richard was a family man and a wonderful friend. He was known by most but loved by all.
Richard’s visitation will be held Saturday, October 26th, 10 AM-12 Noon at First Baptist Church, 119 W. Elm Street, East Rochester. His Memorial Service will follow visitation at 12 Noon. A reception will follow the service.
For more information, or to sign Richard’s online guestbook, please visit RochesterCremation.com. Rochester Cremation, 4044 West Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300
To My Beloved Dad Rest in peace we will miss you but we will always have the memories I Love You
My grandpa was a wonderful man. He will be greatly missed by many many people. I love you pa so much xoxoxox
Dad you will be greatly missed! If you weren’t such a great dad, friend, and companion to so many, it would be so much easier. The people you have touched their lives will suffer the most. They will be at peace knowing how much you slipped away with grace. And never to be forgotten, we all love you!
My heart is with the family.
Dick was such a wonderful brother-in-law, so charming, fun and a true joy to be around, memories will help us through.
RIP Dick you will be greatly missed
You showed us your love and support always. I will cherish the memories of you coming down to our house on Christmas Eves, your Birthday gathering last year, and we are so glad you were able to come to our Wedding. Your love for your family was always a wonderful blessing to witness. We love you and will see you again sometime. You have a wonderful family, and will be greatly missed by all.
Please accept my sincere sympathy on your loss. I counted Dick as good and helpful friend and neighbor..I will miss him greatly..Tony
Uncle Dick could tell the best stories. There were stories of his family, of his childhood, and some crazy things that he did in his youth. He had a smile and a laugh that he shared with everyone, and he always brightened my day. He was a wonderful man with the biggest heart. I will miss him, and hope that he is finally free of pain. Love to all my cousins.
To the Family,
I am very sorry for your loss. All of you are in my prayers.
I love you all very much. Debbie (Mincer) Baker.
My prayers of peace and comfort go out to all the family. I knew Dick and Anna from coming in to see me at the doctor’s office. Dick and I and many wonderful conversations over the years. I will miss him greatly. Diane
To the best man I know my dad and best friend dad rest in peace I will always love you and may all of your dreams be the best on your new path
My Uncle Dick I can’t image not seeing that smile or sharing are priceless hugs and just knowing that I couldn’t wait till the next time I would see you again We didn’t ever have to wonder or question that special bond that made us family never a day with out it a part of me is missing and is with you always I love you Uncle Dick and will miss so much Till we meet again kisses
My sympathies to Dick’s family. I knew Dick as a fellow Canandaiguan and a Legionnaire. In the rare times I saw him it was always a joy as we kidded about Cdga. His wife, Anna, was also a wonderful person.
Cdga class 1950
Dad, may you rest in peace, and know that you will be missed dearly. You will forever be in my heart. I love you..
prayers out 2 he mincer families. i’m robin mincers cousin from western n.y. i’m sure he’ll be sadly missed. just try 2 think on bright side. this halloween he’ll be reunited with his loved 1’s above.my thoughts and prayers go out 2 u all in the days 2 come.
DAD, I am going to miss you so much. I know you are happy where you are… I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!
My Uncle Dick , was always a little more than a Uncle to me.. He was a mentor, friend, and the older brother i never had. From the past Sunday dinner’s we used to have a Lahr’s house. Especially this year. When we spent so much time together by driving me to appointments. When I was unable to drive. Later we both would come back home or a restaurant and talk for hours, reminiscing about family things that took place over 60 years. I cherish the time we spent together. And now there is a big empty hole in my heart since your passing. You are loved and will surely be missed. Rest in peace dear man, you deserve it. And to all my cousins and uncles my heart aches for you to. Just know your your cousin and nephew loves you all.. “Donnie” Bundy
My heartfelt condolences to the Mincer family. I had the pleasure of knowing Dick (and Anna) for the past twenty years. We always looked forward to seeing Dick and Anna at every Republican function in Monroe County. They were the backbone of our party. Dick and I also ate breakfast together almost every weekday for the past five years. The laughter he provided cannot be measured. He spoke often of his children, grandchildren, brothers and sisters and of course his Bella. He will be missed by all who knew him.