A Sacred Moment


Richard Guy Kash

February 02, 1951 - March 08, 2010

Dick will be sorely missed by those whose lives he touched

Richard Guy Kash, age 59, died on March 8, 2010. Born on February 2, 1951 in Chicago to Anthony and Emily DeWitt Kash, Dick (or Rich, as some knew him) moved to the Seattle area in 2001. He is survived by his wife of over 20 years, Corrine Holden of Everett, WA, his step-son William (Beau) Buehler, his grand-daughter Emmalee Buehler both of West Jordan, UT, and numerous cousins throughout the United States and Canada.

Dick was a sort of Renaissance man, reinventing himself many times over. He began his working career as an automobile and heavy equipment mechanic. He later retrained to be a professional truck driver and also taught truck driving for several years. He also retrained as a professional security guard and spent his latest years doing security and building engineering for a property management company in downtown Seattle. He had a passion for the shooting sports and trained many friends and relatives in safe and accurate firearms operations.

Dick had several canine companions in his life and they always held a very special place in his heart. Dick will be sorely missed by those whose lives he touched.


Private services will be held at a later date.


Remembrances may be made to the charity of your choice.

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