Richard A. Kintzle

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Richard Allen Kintzle, 68, of Brook Park, Ohio died on Sunday, June 23rd at Pleasant Lake Villa. Services will be determined by the family at a later time.

Rick grew up on the Kintzle family farm near Earlville, Iowa, and graduated from Maquoketa Valley High School. He married Anita Fischer in Denver Colorado on June 16, 1990. Rick spent many years of his career working for the airlines, and for the past several years worked as a Security Officer for Securitas. Rick cherished his years with Anita, and he was especially proud of their son, Tony. He was also proud to have grown up on the family farm, and enjoyed going back and spending time with his siblings and their families when he could.

Rick is survived by his loving wife, Anita, son Tony, and seven siblings: Al (Ronda) Kintzle of McHenry, IL; Dale (Gail) Kintzle of Manchester, IA, Dave Kintzle of Earlville, IA; Jan (Steve) Mathews of Urbandale, IA; Ruth Ann (Mike) Finnell of Earlville, IA, Kathy (Mark) Harris of Earlville, IA, and Mark (Jackie) Kintzle of Earlville, IA, as well as many nieces, nephews and extended family.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Irvin and Agnes Kintzle, brothers Mike and Jerry Kintzle, and sister, Jean Kennedy.

Memorial contributions may be directed to Catholic Charities, or the Animal Rescue League.

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  1. Joyce Heiserman Chrystal says:

    My condolences to all of the Kintzle family. I have lots of good memories of time spent on your farm.

  2. Frank and Geri kintzle says:

    Anita and Tony, so sorry for your loss of Rick> We extend our sympathy, prayers, and thoughts to you as you live your lives without your husband and father. He is is a good place, may he RIP.

  3. Jim and Jody (Kintzle) Kerns says:

    Our sincere sympathies to Rick’s wife, Anita and son Tony, and to the entire Kintzle family. We love you all and are very sorry for your loss. Jim & Jody

  4. Al Kintzle says:

    Rick: You lived your life the right way. You worked hard and you prayed hard. I am very proud of you. RIP