was about 17, he wanted to join the Navy, in order to take part
in the war effort along with his older brothers Frederick
and Mason. But Richard had trouble
passing geometry. He did, however, pass enough to be an alternate.
In the end, he declined since the war was almost over.
years, Richard worked for Revlon, as to what position he held,
that is a mystery at this point.
died in the 1990s, exact year I am unsure, but I believe he
was living in Sarasota, Florida at the time, with his son.
free to email me if
you can enlighten me anymore on Richard or his family.