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  1. Mike and Lynn IerardiYou have left us with the gifts of love, kindness and friendship. This is your legacy. Rest in peace good friend.

  2. Richie:You were my mentor, my confidant and most importantly; oneof the best friends I’ve ever had. I’ll miss you. Rest in peace myfriend. I’ll see you again. Love,Joey Santillo

  3. To a Brotha,Sunday rides will never be the same without you leading the path but your memory will be with us all on every road. Rest In Peace Richie!

  4. One of the best people I have ever met, and its heart breaking to read the comments from so many people that Richie enjoyed his life with. My prayers and condolences to all those that feel his loss. Rise up to our Father Rich!

  5. I had the honor of doing Richies hair for over 15 years. He’d often tell me stories of all his adventures with his friends and all the amazing memories he had on his bike road trips, All his family gatherings and holiday celebrations that he enjoyed so much. And of coarse his new dog Allie that he really loved so much. But most of all, his love for Monica. He absolutely loved and cherished you.My thoughts and prayers are with you, Rest in peace Richie , you will be miss by so many, Ginger

  6. Richie, your sudden departure has left me, your family and friends in great pain. I know you’ll be around us in spirit but, knowing that I will never see you again (until next life) is very hard to realize and accept. For the 14 years that I’ve known you, you’ve always made me feel like I was your special friend; you always cared; you always asked how I was; always allowed me to poke fun and laugh together; always loyal with high integrity. I’m looking forward to seeing signs of your spirit. Please watch over us when we’re riding, you always took the lead and made sure we all rode safely. With deepest love and respect — Matthew

  7. I am so sorry for your loss….He was a great man, He was my sons teacher in 6th grade that was over 23 years ago we made him a cake for his 50th birthday that year. He made a huge impression on him that has lasted to this day ..we speak about him often and the wonderful man he was. He inspired my son to become a teacher…..We visited him one day when he was working at the Indian Motor Cycle shop when we found out he worked there and I’m so glad we did …..He will forever be remember by my family……HE WAS THE BEST OF THE BEST….. The Zederbaum Family

  8. Ritchie, I will miss talking to you, and having a great time every time we got together. We had a blast at the Met- Yankee game. You were a great worker at ICAS and always took care of us at Phillips66. More importantly I was lucky to be a friend of you, and I canΓÇÖt express how sad IΓÇÖm feeling with you not here today. Enjoy riding in Heaven.Your Buddy Paul Thibault

  9. Mr. Sacco was a teacher of mine in 1999. He helped me through a hard time with his positive outlook and no excuses attitude. His advice still plays in my head today. I’m verry saddened this morning to have learned of his death. He will never be forgotten and his impression carrys on. He was a great man. A cigar will be enjoyed in his memory this evening. Thank you for everything Rich. My condolences to his family. Daniel J Toomey III

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