Richard Thomas Ricigliano Victor: February 26, 2018 passed away unexpectedly and peacefully at age 60. Predeceased by his parents, Mario & Dorothy Ricigliano. Survived by his loving brothers, Rex (Teresa) & Bruce (Carol) Ricigliano; nephews & nieces, Jameson (Kim) Sr., Natalie (Brent) McArthur, Jason (Michelle), Nick (Melissa), Hilary (David) Jablonski; great-nephews & great-nieces, Samuel & Evelyn McArthur, Domanick, Jameson Jr., Martha & Braydon Ricigliano, Cole McArthur, Payton & Olivia Ricigliano; many loving family and dear friends. Richard loved spending time with his family. He was an avid Cleveland Browns and Chicago Blackhawks fan. He was the owner of Victor Village Inn and enjoyed spending time with his patrons. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Richard’s visitation will be held Thursday, March 1st 4-8 PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson, 1075 Long Pond Rd. His Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday, March 2nd 11:00 AM at St. John the Evangelist Church 2400 W. Ridge Road. Private interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to American Diabetes Association in his memory. For more information and to sign his online guestbook, visit

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  1. My heart is broken and I can not believe you are gone. You have been my dear friend for over 40 years and you and I have always had a special bond. I love you Rick and I will miss you everyday. My thoughts and prayers to your family and till we meet again…

  2. Rick you always had a huge heart and will be greatly missed. Every week you talked to me and checked up on me. I will cherish our memories forever! Love you!!

  3. Rick, was my boy, best laugh and smile, The storys we had in high school and after were remarkable. God loves you and I will see you someday and we will have a beer together

    My love and prayers

    Joseph D. Gibaud
    Olympia Class of 76

  4. Bruce and Carol, I am sorry for your sad loss. Rick will be missed. It is very difficult to find the proper words to express my feelings. God bless all of Rick’s family and friends.

  5. I very much enjoyed Rick and his antics…bartending at the VVI was always fun ….my deepest thoughts are with the whole family and friends …Rick will be dearly missed…

  6. To Jason, Michelle and family~
    Our condolences to your entire family. We are so sorry for your loss. We hope and pray that the wonderful memories, great stories and kind words get you through the difficult times.

  7. We are so sorry to hear that Rick passed and that he
    was only 60. We met him through Katie and Jamie at
    the Inn and enjoyed talking with him. Our condolences
    to his family and friends. We will send the Diabetes Society
    a donation.

  8. Well Uncle Rick, you lead a pretty great life! You had a lot of friends that loved you, your patrons and co-workers all loved you dearly! Most importantly, you had a family that loved you, especially your Brother Bruce. I will miss all the visits to the VVI for meetings and being able to see you to chat or to just give you hug! I know Jameson, Brayden and Payton will miss you as well, as they loved running around the bar asking for quarters! Kim and I loved you very much and will miss you! All the baseball games, the basketball games for me and then my kids are wonderful memories to have of you, and I will always cherish those times that you gave my family and me! I love you Uncle Rick!

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