Richard Allen  Kuhlow

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ROXBURY - On Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019, Richard Allen "Dick" Kuhlow passed from this life at St. Joseph's Hospital in Wayne, New Jersey, following a short illness.
Dick was born in Hamburg, to the late Harry Kuhlow Sr. and Helen (Schroeder) Kuhlow.
He is preceded in death by his elder sister, Arletta (Kuhlow) Eisele and Harry Kuhlow Jr.
As a resident of Roxbury, he was active in Jay Gould Memorial Church. He enjoyed playing horse shoes, painting watercolors and visiting with family.
Richard leaves behind his wife, Carolyn Sue (Novotny); his daughters, Deborah Neal (David), Kathryn Schwabe and Lori Yuskaitis; his son, Mitch Novotny; nine grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.
A celebration of his life is planned for 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, at Jay Gould Memorial Church, Roxbury.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Miller Funeral Home, Roxbury.
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Published on September 5, 2019
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Burrows Family
Sep 18, 2019
We are so happy to have known Dick Kuhlow. We lived next door for many years and shared so much. I loved having some wine and listening to him tell stories of his Motorola years out on their porch as I had been in the cellular business for 20 years.
He and his wife looked over our farm and dealt with our animals constantly getting loose and hanging out their yard. Poppy the goat would tap on their windows and horses would graze on their lawn. The loud music from our weddings and crowds walking around and through their quiet mountain setting had to be upsetting. They never complained. Dick would say they enjoyed the activities on our property but we knew it had to irritate him a
...little and they were just being polite. Many years ago a wedding guest said they met him in the street having a cigar one night and they asked if he would care to come in to the wedding barn for a drink and he replied with a smile " I don't mind if I do".
Dick was like a grandfather to my three children. They did odd jobs for him and would tell fun and interesting stories of their time with him. He was truly a special man in their minds.
We were so sad when they moved away and now that chapter has ended but the book will be in our hearts forever. We all miss you. R.I.P. Dick.
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Jim Tretola
Sep 13, 2019
I considered myself fortunate and blessed to have had "Uncle" Dick as a Trainer and Mentor early in my sales career. He was genuine and caring and positively impacted so many throughout the years. His support and guidance helped me throughout my Motorola career and I still remember and use things I learned from him to this day. Above all else, Dick was a very nice man. My deepest condolences to Sue and his entire family who were lucky to have him in their lives.
Thomas Bukata
Sep 12, 2019
So many great times of training the trainers with Dick Kuhlow...he was the best of many great guys in Motorola loaded with smarts & humor...he was truly an asset to so many...Tom B
Thomas Bukata
Sep 12, 2019
So many great times of training the trainers with Dick Kuhlow...he was the best of many great guys in Motorola loaded with smarts & humor...truly an asset to so many...Tom B
Drew Churchson
Sep 12, 2019
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Joe Sasso
Sep 12, 2019
Affectionately known as "Uncle Dick" to many Motorola Associates, customers and friends. Uncle Dick loved to help others learn. His classes were lively and interactive with new learning. A favorite slogan of his was "Nothing changes til the pain of change becomes greater than the pain of remaining the same."
Ron and Noreen Gordon
Sep 11, 2019
We are going to miss you, Dick. So sorry to all the family for your loss. We are thinking of you and keeping you in our prayers. With love from all the Gordons
Shelly Bell
Sep 11, 2019
So sorry Sue for your loss❤️
Bonnie Grocholl
Sep 10, 2019
Prayers for you and your family, Sue. So very sorry. I always have enjoyed the times spent spent with you and Dick.
Corey Finch
Sep 10, 2019
Rick was a great presence and example of a godly man during my adolescent years in church. I'll forever appreciate him. Rick knew the Lord so I know I'll be seeing him again. My condolences to his family.
Phyllis & Frank Vagueiro & family
Sep 10, 2019
R.I.P. Amazing friend/grandpa. Our memories of you will never die. Thank you for your devoted love and attention to our children who called you granpa. You will be missed but never forgotten. In our hearts forever. 💔
Tom and Linda Delong
Sep 10, 2019
So many memories. He always supported us during some rough times. Our best memory will always be the weekly pinochle games ❣️He was the best partner I’ve ever had (Linda). He may have had some trouble with memory but never when it came to pinochle!!! You will be missed !!! 🙏
Keith bergmann
Sep 10, 2019
I am so sorry to hear about dick’s passing. My condolences to everyone. I will always remember his smiling face. He was a great person.
Mike Zaremba
Sep 10, 2019
Motorola, Cleveland Ohio.
Dick was a true professional. We spent many days traveling and training customers salespeople. I enjoyed his company, enthusiasm, and love for his job. A true ‘gentleman.’
Amie Brockway
Sep 09, 2019
It was always a joy to see Dick's sparkling eyes and great smile in church. Prayers and loving thoughts to Sue and family at this sad and difficult time.