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Werner

In Loving Memory

Werner, Richard R. “Rick”

Werner, Richard R. “Rick”

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Thursday, October 12, 2023. Beloved husband of the late Nancy A. Werner (nee Niebling) for 52 years. Dearest father of Todd Werner and Dana Pursley. Loving grandpa of Adam and Natalie Werner, Luke and Adam Pursley. Dear son of the late Walter “Wally” and Catherine (nee Maloney) Werner. Dear brother of Wally (Anita), Denny (Kathleen) and Tim (Laura) Werner. Our dear brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend.

SERVICES: Visitation at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Road on Thursday, October 19 from 4-8PM. Funeral Mass at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Catholic Church on Friday, October 20 at 10AM. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation appreciated.

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8 thoughts on “Werner, Richard R. “Rick””

  1. I loved you Ricky. You were always a gentleman and dear friend.. My thoughts and prayers are with you and when I think of you, it will always be with a smile. I will miss you always.

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  2. Our memories of Rick are that of a sweet and kind man. Mike and I both had the honor of working with Rick at South County. His smiling face will be missed. Nancy was waiting for you Rick and now you two will be together forever with Our Lord, Jesus Christ.

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  3. Best neighbor ever. Wouldn’t hesitate a second to help us with bringing in groceries, giving us mail, taking out and bringing in trash cans, I could go on forever but will never meet another neighbor like Rick, not to mention Nancy as well. We will miss you both immensely and cry.

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  4. Rick was the grandfather of Tod and Nichole Werner’s children. He always would visit and care for them when needed. I met Rick through visiting my son ‘s family who lived next door to them. He joined in on neighborhood events as we participated in also. Our last conversation was pleasant as normal, such a sweet man. May he rest now in peace. Condolences to all.

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  5. We love the Werner family. Rick and Nancy were the first people we met in our neighborhood when we moved in and we had the happy circumstance of being friends and neighbors all these years. They cared for neighbors – and my mom in particular – like family. So much fun to watch Dana and Todd grow up right in front of us (across the cul de sac). Their close family relationships are a testament to the remarkable people and parents that Rick and Nancy have been.
    With love from Pam (Watson) Harlow
    for the Watson family

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  6. Such a great caring and loving brother in-law.Rick and Nancy raised a beautiful family. They loved and cared for their grandchildren. They will be missed by all, mayGod bless and welcome them into His Heaven.🙏

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