O. Richard

June 3, 1947 ~ November 7, 2020

Born in: Albion, NY
Resided in: Churchville, NY

O. Richard “Rick” Prest


Saturday November 7, 2020 at age 73  passed away peacefully.  Survived by his family; best friend and caregiver, Marie Valente.

A Mass will be said for Rick on Sunday, November 29, 2020 at 8:00 AM

Please contact Marie Valente for addition information

Donations may be made to Interlakes Oncology, 155 Bellwood Drive, Suite 1, Rochester, NY 14606

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    • Sorry for your loss. Loved your dad back when we hung out at your house. And when he had the donut shop. Was like a second dad when I was at your house which was like all the time.

  1. Many years, Many laughs, Many interesting conversations, Many casinos, Many Hess Trucks, Many things in general. Rest in Peace with no more pain, Rick….

  2. We are sorry to hear about your dad. Love and condolences from the Ciccoline family- Fred, Linda, Freddie and Melinda.

  3. From our family to ours, we are sorry for your loss.
    The Ciccoline family- Fred, Linda, Freddie and Melinda

  4. No body will miss you more than me 30 years is a long time. Only God and I know how LOVEmuch suffering and chemo. I know you were tired and didnt want more Medicines, chemo, Enough is enough, It has been a great time from traveling and leading our life together. Many years , good care from Dr Solky and his crew who all became like family after 18 years visiting and chemo.. You always said if it hadnt been for them and of course yours truly. I would not be able to contimue without your generosity and care of us living together. I takes two. Miss you so much, in my heart I know you are at peace. Hi to all in heaven. You are a good man and always cared about everyone. Sometimes others didnt understand how much he loved them. No more broken heart, heaven makes everything better. lOVE YA MARIE

  5. We will miss you Rick, had many good times you were a great friend. Rest in peace you suffered long enough

  6. Have thought of you often over the years and wondered how you were. So sorry to know that you suffered so but glad to see that you had a good, happy life with someone who really cared. Always knew you were a good, good man. Rest In Peace.

  7. I Remember Rick from high school he was a nice guy .I had a 66 Chevy Chevelle that i bought new from Nesbitt Motors It had a big engine in it .I got a letter from Motor vehicles that 2 mor points and i would be walking..I ended up trading it for a 64 Chevelle wit a 283.I picked the 64 up and was driving home on RT 31 by MT.Albion Cemetary Ilooked in my Mayor and behind me was the 66 chevelle.I pulled over and the 66 behind me Rick was r trying out the Chevelle and end up buying it not a good day.

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