Richard Gill Waldron
|Posted 2018-12-04 by mhenderson|
|Published in Daily Miner on December 1, 2018 -|
Kingman, Arizona – Richard Gill Waldron, age 74, passed away
peacefully Nov. 16, 2018.
Richard was born April 16, 1944 in Oakland, California. He was a
graduate of Capuchino High School, San Bruno, California, and a
graduate of Sonoma State University where he earned his Masters of
Richard was an artist, published author, and worked for over a decade
in the behavioral health field for which he served those who were in
need. Richard was also enlisted with the United States Marine Corps
during the Vietnam War in 1965.
Richard loved hiking the Hualapai Mountains, exploring the Arizona
countryside on frequent road trips, as well as fulfilling a spiritual
journey within. He was most known by his family and friends for his
kind and compassionate spirit, his non-judgmental attitude toward all,
as well as his devotion and love for his family. He was a cool cat!
Richard Waldron is survived by a wife; Tina Waldron, five children;
Richard Waldron, Sheri Waldron, Levi Savage Waldron, Marc Norris and
Dakota Dill Waldron (in loving memory). Richard also leaves behind
sister; Laurie Waldron-Retzer, several grandchildren, nieces, nephews,
cousins and friends as well as ex-wives; Marylyn Ann Waldron (in
loving memory), Kathy Reese and Natalie Chamberlain Baxter.
A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec, 8, 2018 at
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 3180 Rutherford St.,
Kingman, Arizona 86401.
Immediate family will be escorted by the Arizona Patriot Guard Riders
and others from the family home to where the memorial service will be
held. Arizona Patriot Guard Riders will also assemble a flag line on
In lieu of flowers, the family would like to request donations be made
to the following organizations: Arizona Patriot Guard Riders
(azpgr.org), or Praise Chapel (Jacob’s Ladder in memo line), 419
Harrison St., Kingman, Arizona 86401.
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