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Mansfield, TX 76063
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Richard Leroy "Rick" Quade
1955 - 2016
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Condolence From: Bre
Condolence: I come here often and read your Obituary, hoping one day it will say, "JUST KIDDING-I'M IN MEXICO, COME ON DOWN!!" and it never does. I write you on Facebook from time to time and I just miss you. I remember when I was really young and you would go to a softball game and I would stay home. You would always bring me back a sucker. I remember when I got older and I was able to start going to games, I questioned if you were straight or not because of how many butts of other men you grabbed. Apparently it was normal. (haha) I remember when I got my first bra, I was 9 and when you came to pick me up for your time, I had to show you.. and you turned so bright red. I remember when I grew out of clothes, you would take me, but didn't think we should spend over $100 for an entire season of clothing. (Thank goodness for jobs at 15!!) I remember when I wanted a job you looked and you found a vet office I could apply at. You were the one the take me up there and I interviewed and got the job. Since I wasn't 16 yet, you drove me to work every day, and picked me up. I remember that you never got in car wrecks, but the handful of times you actually did, I was almost always in the car. I remember when I did get my license, we were driving back and you ran into the back of someone else, and told them how stupid they were for not moving their car. Bill Liakos ended up coming because we had to pull your bumper out because it was stuck. I remember Indian Princesses. The daughters would make disgusting sandwiches with chips and weird stuff in it, and you pretended like it was yummy. (let's face it.. ew) Those same trips you would get sooo frustrated because you wanted the tent set up and I just wanted to go hang out with my friends. I remember being picked up early from school so we could go on camping trips and I thought it was so cool that we could leave school early to go. Just you and me. I remember driving to family reunion's in Minnesota, and if I had to pee, I had to do in the time it took for you to fill up the truck.I also remember we drove back from Minnesota on July 4th and instead of driving home to go to bed, we drove to your work, we got on the tallest lift, and we watched the fireworks as they were shot off at the ball park. It was like the fireworks were right there. We went to so many Rangers games. I remember watching the Cowboys and you yelling at the TV. I remember when the Cowboys would run a good play, you'd say, "It's about time they listened to me." Sometimes it is hard to be a Cowboys fan. I remember when you first moved out you lived with Aunt Marti for a few months and we went to the state fair. I won a fish and when I tried to take it back to the evil lady's house, she yelled, told me no, and you had to take the fish and take care of them. Big Tex and Little Tex. Lucky for you, they died pretty quick. I remember your first apartment after the divorce. It was a 1 bedroom and when we came by we slept on the pull out couch. You didn't live there long before you got your 2 bedroom. We went to the pool almost daily and I remember everyone at the pool knew you and always welcomed you when you came. I remember we would go to the apartment gym and you would sweat soo soo much and we called your puddles, "Lake Rick". That is where I learned about fitness and fell in love with it. I remember your face when you would tell stories from when we were younger. You always re-told the story of me climbing on the beer meister as a toddler and you hearing the sound of flowing water, only to find me drinking from your favorite cup that I managed to fill. I remember when I wanted a puppy and I was so scared to ask for fear you would say no, so I wrote a LONG paper on why I should have one. I left it on your bed the day I went out of town so I didn't have to talk in person. You said you red the first paragraph and gave in so you didn't have to read anymore. I remember when you taught me to drive. You were so scared (haha) but you still trusted me enough to drive a corvette for my first car. After the corvette, I remember going to the honda dealership to get the civic. I remember when I had a phone and got it taken away to be given to a sibling, and since I wasn't given a new one, you took me and put me on my own plan. It was the first month of Metro PCS being open. It was our secret for a while. I remember when I moved out on my own, you bought my first set of plates. I still have them. They're square. I sort of dislike them at the moment because you can't warm up food on them in our microwave.. It gets stuck. I remember your surprise party at Jeff's that I had to keep secret. I didn't get to go, but it was fun pretending that I didn't know. I remember the surprise party you threw for me with my friends. I remember your face when you came out in the middle of the night to us girls with face paint and conehead hair. I remember how shocked you were when you figured out how much girls can eat. I remember when you told me you had a lump on your neck that you needed to get checked out. I remember your biopsy. I remember when the doctor came into the waiting room after your procedure. I remember everything changing. I remember coming to your room and you would be passed out. I remember when you came to my work and you had just shaved your head, and you wanted me to see. I remember the day you told me the combination to your safe, because you were worried you weren't going to make it another week and you wanted me to know. I remember when you telling me that you got up in the middle of the night and got dressed because you thought you weren't going to make it through the night and you didn't want me to find you dead and naked. I remember when you lost feeling in your hands and you had me help you with the sink plumbing since you couldn't do it. I remember your mask. I remember going to the restaurant that shall not be named and you got sick and tried to cover your mouth in time, but a smalllll chunk made it out and landed on the lady behind us. You ran out side, i grabbed the check and our food, and yet you still insisted you should be the one to drive. Yeah right. I remember hearing you no longer had cancer and you got to burn that dang mask. I remember when you would sweat when you ate as a side effect. I remember telling you I was pregnant and how freakin' excited you were. I showed you the sonogram and you jumped up instantly to make copies. I remember how excited you were for me to tell Cyndi and Kyndall later that night. I remember it perfect. II remember our entire drive to Ohio and being so disappointed when diary queen's up north didn't have chicken fried steak. I remember dropping you off at the airport for you to go back to Texas. I pulled around the corner and cried.I remember making sure Chris told you first that Sutton was born. I wanted you to know first. I wanted you to see first. I remember when you flew up a few weeks after she was here and you were so proud. You held her so much and you fell asleep with her in your arms. We have a picture of it. I remember my trip to see you a few weeks later in January in Texas and when sutton got very sick and I was freaking out, you came to the rescue and kept telling me what a good mom I was. I remember calling you and you telling me the doctor's admitted you to the hospital as a precaution. You sounded fine. I remember a week later getting a call.. that I needed to get to Texas and I was on the plane the next day. I remember you being hooked up to so many machines when I walked in. You were kind of out of it, but so shocked I was there. I remember leaving. I cried the whole plane ride. That was the last time I had a real conversation with you. When I came back down less than 2 weeks later, I didn't get to hear your voice, or your jokes. I remember getting told that you were put on a machine to keep you breathing. I remember having to help make the decision to pull you off. You would never want to be on machines. Ever. I remember the hospice room. I had my 4th month old and I didn't know what to do. There was always someone in there so I tried not to be emotional. Easter Sunday night Chris flew in and before we left hospice that night, I told you that I was leaving, but that I would be back in the morning because I was going home Monday night. I knew you wouldn't want me to linger. That night, I stayed up rehearsing what my last words to you would be. I stayed up and cried silently so I wouldn't wake Sutton up. I remember Cyndi walking in the room and I pretended that I didn't know why she was there. I didn't want her to say it. I rehearsed everything that night, but early Monday, you were gone. I miss you so much. Sometimes I go to breathe and the air isn't there. I have so much pain in the space of my heart that you occupy. But I keep going forward. I try to live in a way that you would be proud, because I know if I didn't, you tell me I needed to get it together. Sutton will be 2 in a couple of weeks and I ache for you to see her and to interact with her and see her grow. I just wish you got to spend more time with her so she could have memories with you. You are the best father anyone could ask for. I miss you every.single.day.
Thursday November 02, 2017
Condolence From: Gaylan Hendricks
Condolence: I have waited for some time to write anything on this page and I really didn't know why until this week. I think of you every day, yes every day! Most of the time it's on Friday and Saturday when I watch Dan and he seems like a "lost soul". He misses his brother and so do I. You were always a dear and close friend, but you were so much more than that to both of us and our family. You were special beyond words because of your loving heart. I don't think I have ever met a person so much like Dan in all my life or a person who totally "got" him and "understood" him like you did. You were an amazing father, mentor/coach to our son, a pseudo grandfather to Haven and Rylie, a "dad" to Sean and Shawna not to mention a friend to all of ours who met you. We miss you more than words can say or even feel justified writing. When I am at the ocean or beach, you are there! Probably why I am writing this today. I can hear your laughter, I can hear you going, "sweetie pie" what can I get you and I can still feel your hugs and kisses everytime we saw you. There has never been anyone like you nor will there be. I have put this off as long as I could, because I knew the tears would not stop once I started. Thanks for sharing your precious daughter and granddaughter with me as they were my own, but more importanly you have given me a sweet friend for the rest of my life in Cyndi. I love you, Dan loves and misses you and we will never ever forget you!
Friday July 22, 2016
Condolence From: ron
Condolence: best memory of my brother concerns our sister Marti. She has a weak bladder and Rick and I would have a contest to see who could make her laugh so hard she would pee her pants. Can't remember what he said but she laughed so hard she just sat on the floorboard of the car and wet herself. He won that one. I just hope we were NOT in MY car.
Sunday May 08, 2016
Condolence From: Douglas Mullins
Condolence: Although I haven't been in touch with Rick in a very long time I still carry many great memories of working with him at Pruitt Electric. He had just gotten out of the marines . He was always fun to be around and I will never forget him. I extend my sincere condolences to his family at this time of grieving. I know it must be a terrible loss to you all. R.I.P. Rick. Thanks for being a friend and for your service to our country.
Saturday April 02, 2016
Condolence From: Debby Ferrell
Condolence: I only met Rick in the midst of moving our children from Texas to Ohio. I could tell right away that he was a hard worker, and he loved his wife and daughter. We share blood in a beautiful granddaughter, and I'm sure he will continue to wrap his love around both Bre and Sutton as their very special guardian angel. ❤️
Friday April 01, 2016
Condolence From: Amanda Kragl
Condolence: Rick,

You probably never knew my name but I sure knew yours. The relationship between you and Bre is what I consider a perfect father/daughter relationship. She loved and admired you so much. I met you in person twice and I got to witness your eyes light up when you saw Sutton and that warmed my heart. The love you had for your family is amazing and I hope they never forget that. May you rest peacefully in paradise, Mr. Quade!
Friday April 01, 2016