Richard E. Longley, 67

Richard E. Longley, 67 of Victorville, CA formerly of Sterling died Friday at home.

Born in Sterling he was a resident of the Sterling area until he graduated from Hannibal High School. Richard had owned and operated his own promotions company, Richard Longley Enterprises in which he had traveled extensively with living in Denver, Colorado, Phoenix, Arizona, Seattle and most recently Southern California.

He was predeceased by his parents, Merl Longley and Helen Simmons Longley Somerville, and by his brother, Ronald Longley.

Surviving: two sisters, Joyce (Gary Corbin) Dennison of Hannibal and Janet (Jim) Hoffman of Florida; nieces and nephews.

A calling hour will be held Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. with a service to immediately follow at Foster Funeral Home, 837 Cayuga Street, Hannibal. Burial will be at Sterling Cemetery.

Foster Funeral Home, Inc.
www.fosterfuneralhome.com

3 Comments

  1. My sympathies to you sisters. I was an old friend of “”Geno’s” from years gone by. I traveled the country with Rick in the late 60ties and met your mom, Helen and spent a few nights at her house in Oswego one wintry Christmas long ago with Rick. Rick enjoyed spending some Holidays with my wife Beverly & our children in Littleton, Colorado. He was a fine man, great friend and will be missed. God Bless him & his Famiy.

    Love & Prayers, Joe Lane
    Marion, Iowa

  2. My sympathies to you sisters. I was an old friend of “”Geno’s” from years gone by. I traveled the country with Rick in the late 60ties and met your mom, Helen and spent a few nights at her house in Oswego one wintry Christmas long ago with Rick. Rick enjoyed spending some Holidays with my wife Beverly & our children in Littleton, Colorado. He was a fine man, great friend and will be missed. God Bless him & his Famiy.

    Love & Prayers, Joe Lane
    Marion, Iowa

  3. I failed to mention that I met your fine brother, through my brother Denny Lane, of Coronado, California. Denny and Rick went back many years to the mid 60ties. Needless to say, Denny was very saddened when I informed him of your Brother’s death. He expresses his sincerest sympathies to all of the extended Longley family & met your mom and you girls when he visited Oswego with Rick many years ago.

    Love & Prayers, Joe Lane

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