Richard Neumann
1931 ~ 2014
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Born in Paterson, N.J., Richard Durant Neumann developed an early interest in aviation. He was a United States Marine Corps pilot during the Korean War, and after the war he worked for several charter and commercial airlines.

Along with his many interests, he had a lifelong interest in aviation and aviation history, which made him many friends around the world. The sensation and mechanics of flight were always fascinating to him.

Richard is survived by his three children, Richard D. Neumann Jr., Robert J. Neumann, and his daughter, Renee Kiorkas. He is also survived by his partner, Carolyn Carter, and her five children. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Now, free of the bonds of earth, we hope he is soaring in the endless skies he loved.

At Richard’s request, there will be no service.


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