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Richard Y. Remley ’54

Published in Nov. 21, 2001, issue

Richard died Aug. 18, 2001, in Chesterfield, Pa., of complications from surgery. He was 69.

Born in Washington, Pa., Dick attended the Royal Oak H. S. in Michigan. While at Princeton, he majored in engineering and was a member of Quadrangle Club. After graduation, he served a tour of duty in the Marine Corp.

His engineering career was with IBM until he retired and became a computer science instructor at St. Charles Community College. He taught there until his death. Dick was a lifelong volunteer at Goodwill Industries and served on the board of the Center for Hearing and Speech. He was a member of the Team of Rite of Christian Initiation at St. Anselm Parish. The class extends its sympathy to his wife of 47 years, Nancy, their five daughters, and 16 grandchildren on their loss.

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