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In Loving Memory

Richard W. Fournier

Richard W. Fournier Born in Detroit, MI on June 20, 1929 and entered into rest on Monday, November 27, 2023. Beloved husband and best friend of Nancy L. Fournier (nee Van Nest) for over 71 1/2 years; loving father of Keith (Kim), Terry (Martha) and Tom Fournier and the late Janet (survived by Craig) Mathis; cherished grandfather of Mindy (Francisco), Donovan, Garrett (Tess), Megan (Kyle) and great-grandpa of Alyssa (Zach), Franky, Shelby, Emerson, Ella, Jude, Sawyer and great-great-grandpa of Evelynn; our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Services: Visitation at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. on Monday, December 11, from 10 a.m. until time of service 12 Noon (sameday). Burial  Private. in lieu of flowers donations to Good Shepherd Presbyterian 6587 Telegraph Rd (63129) would be appreciated.


3 thoughts on “Richard W. Fournier”

  1. Nancy and family:

    So sorry for your loss. Rick was always a great gentleman. 71 1/2 y ears of marriage is amazing. We would love to see you and your family but on Monday, Wednesday and Friday I go to dialysis so we will have to miss the visitation and service. God’s blessings to all.

    Bill and Joyce Zollmann

  2. Great memories of Rick ( Mr. Fournier to me) Father of my best bud in the sixties and seventies. Neighbor and husband to my Moms best friend. Kind, gentle soul who was respected throughout church groups and many others. RIP, Mr. Fournier! You made a difference!

  3. Fondly remember Rick through Good Shepherd Church. Very kind gentleman and never had a bad word for anyone. Always asked about my wife and daughters and how I was doing no matter how he was feeling. Always thought of others first. A true Deacon in name and the way he conducted himself.
    Nancy, Terry and Martha you will be in our prayers.

    Mark and Cindy Cox


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