"Wherefore, whoso believeth in God might with surety hope for a better world, yea, even a place at the right hand of God, which hope cometh of faith, maketh and anchor to the souls of men, which would make them sure and steadfast, always abounding in good works, being led to glorify God." Ether 12:4

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Obituary for G. Richard Loser

George Richard Loser

05/15/1956 - 12/29/2009

G. Richard Loser, loving husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on December 29, 2009 in Alpine, Utah after a valiant 14-month battle with cancer.

Richard was born May 15, 1956 in Sacramento California, to George Henry and Rose Evelyn Loser. He grew up in Garden Valley, California and graduated from Ponderosa High School in 1974. He attended one year of school at Ricks College before serving a two-year LDS mission in Louisville, Kentucky. After his release, he returned to Ricks College where he met, dated, and married Michelle Dickison of Granger, Utah. They were sealed for time and eternity April 27, 1979 in the Salt Lake Temple.

As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Richard served tirelessly in various leadership positions and callings over the years, including former Bishop, Young Men’s President, and for the last six years, as Scoutmaster of Troop 1088.
Richard was known for his love of the outdoors, from rock climbing and river rafting to camping and fishing. He was a lifelong member of The Boy Scouts of America, and recently received the prestigious Silver Beaver award.

The two most important things in his life were the gospel of Jesus Christ and his family, whom he taught to laugh, work, and play hard. He expressed his love of the scriptures and shared his testimony to the end. He will be remembered for his ability to make each person he knew feel important and loved.

He is survived by his wife Michelle Dickison Loser, children Adam (Rachel), Nichole, Benjamin (Jacqueline), Cameron, and Alex Loser, grandchildren Isaac and Brigham, parents George and Rose Loser, grandmother Della Mae Bohall, and siblings Gail (Joe) Barrington, Cindy Loser, Rob (Gerri) Loser, Margaret (Kerry) Evans, and Catherine (Jared) Wood. The family would like to thank those who assisted in Richard’s caretaking, both professionally and personally.

Memorial Services will be as follows:

Friday, January 1, 2010

- Public Viewing 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Saturday, January 2, 2010
- Public Viewing 9:30 - 10:30 am
- Funeral Service 11:00 am
- Internment at Alpine Cemetery

Viewing and Funeral Service will be held by Russon Brothers Mortuary at:
Alpine Stake Center

98 East Canyon Crest Road
Alpine, UT 84004
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Spbeyond said...

A great man.

Laurie Loveland said...

We are so very sorry to miss this funeral. Please know that our thoughts are with the Loser Family tomorrow. We are remembering Rick here on Maui at Kapalua Bay.
Much love,

Jim and Laurie Loveland

Jodi said...

Nichole we love you!

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Barbara Jackson said...

Beautiful service today!! Thank you for being part of our lives.


Ned and Barbara

Zeann said...

Wonderful Loser family we love you so much, the memorial services were so beautiful and paid such fitting tribute to an exemplary man that will live on forever in the hearts of those who were privileged to know him. Hearts and prayers are with you as you go forward and make him proud. Love you

kingfamily6 said...

Our thoughts and prayers are with you! I cannot express to you how much our visit with you & Rick last summer meant to us. We love you. We are grateful that Rick is no longer suffering or in pain. Our hearts ache for you. We wish you all the best.

Love, Doug & Cheri

M B said...

Hi Michelle, It was so good to see you. I would like to keep in touch. my email is mishele01@msn.com and my cell number is 801-859-8387

Anonymous said...

Michelle I heard about Richard the afternoon of the funeral and I was sad I missed it. It's been a long time since I have seen you it would of been nice to see you and your family. May God bless you and your family and comfort you.
Love ya,
Cindy Albrecht Hathcock