Richard S. Moschel - Condolences
Michael, Meryl, Haley and Zoe Baumgarten
Dear Lynn--our entire family sends our condolences to you and your family. I looked forward to seeing Rich every morning as he walked the dog--we always stopped to chat. Rich will be missed by everyone who knew him--a kind, funny and gracious man. All our thoughts are with you.
Sally and Ernie Waxman
Our hearts are aching. Rich was such an exceptional individual. We were looking forward to you both returning to Cincinnati so we could hear all about your incredible summer. Sending condolences, prayers and love. Will be with you Sunday morning to say farewell. He will live forever in the hearts of all who loved him.
Connie L. Wright
Dear Lynn and Family, Tim and I offer our deepest sympathy. What a great and generous person he was. He will be a much missed member of the Chautauqua Community. I feel privileged to have known him. Tim and I will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Norman and Nancy Karp
Dear Lynnn, Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Rich was a wonderful, loving man who gave so much to his family, his friends, and his community. Nancy and Norman Karp
Jason and I are greatly saddened by Rich's passing. What a fantastically GOOD man. Nancy and Jason Weintraub
Arthur and Betty Salz
Dear Lynn and family, Rich was a Giant to us, his warmth, zest for life, leadership, and concern for everyone. His death shatters us and we will miss him very much. Love Betty and Arty
Alice and Bob Rosenthal
We cannot imagine the depth of your loss Lynn. We send our deeply felt sympathy to you and to your family. Alice and Bob
Gerri and Dan Britton
Lynn and Rich's whole family, we are at a loss of words to hear this news. In the past five years we were companion couples as we faced the many challenges that living with a spinal cord injury brings. We thank Rich for his joyful attitude, desire to always help others and unfailing loyalty and love for Lynn, his children and granchildren. He was so proud of each one of you! Among many memories of our months together in Atlanta, it was our privilage and honor to share celebrating their 50th anniversary.
Condolences to the Moschel family. Lynn, you are in my prayers. Rich was a gracious and kind man. His unwavering energy was contagious. I am heartbroken. So much has happened this year with so much loss. I am at a loss for words to express to you the loss of this vital human being.
Bill and Ellen Neches
Our deepest condolences to Lynn and the other members of the Moschel Family. May you derive great comfort from your circle of family and friends.
In the short time we had the privilege of knowing Rich and Lynn as neighbors here in Wyoming Ohio, it was clear Rich was a man of deep caring and concern for others as well as a very positive person and loving husband. We will certainly miss having Rich among us as a neighbor. Our deepest condolences to Lynn and the family.
Lynn and family, I am heartbroken at the news of Rich's passing. My sincere sympathy to all of you. He will be remembered the "Mayor of Chautauqua", greeting everyone as they entered the gym with enthusiasm and kindness. I am glad I got to see him often on walks this summer. He will be missed.
Jeffrey Hoffman & Dawn Hoffman
Our deepest condolences for your sudden loss. He was always a congenial prince of a man. He will always be fondly remembered
I had the pleasure of training under Rich 25+ years ago and later as a colleague. He had a profound impact well beyond work. Rich’s boundless enthusiasm and integrity serve as a model for all. In fact, every time I hear the work integrity - I immediately think of Rich. He often spoke of his family with such pride and love. He leaves this world a better place for all his contributions. I will miss my friend.
Michael: From our entire FSI family and from Terry and me, our deepest condolences to you and your family. We know how much you will miss your father and know you will cherish every fond memory. Our prayers are with you. Carolyn Hamby
Lynn and family - I was so shocked to hear of Rich’s passing. Rich was a mensch’s mensch, a super salesman who earned the love of his friends, customers, and those whose paths he crossed. He will be sorely missed.
My heart breaks for Lynn and your family. My deepest condolences.
Dear Lynn & family, I send my deepest condolences. Rich was an extraordinary person, who was generous, kind, insightful, and thoughtful. I had the great fortune to walk with him daily with our dogs and we talked about life and family a great deal. I learned so much about the family he loved and of which he was so very proud. I was blessed to have him as a friend and I deeply mourn his loss. May the thoughts and prayers that we all send you be a comfort. Priscilla Neill
Rachel and Phil Rogers
Our hearts are breaking for you, Lynn. We’ve lost a mensch, a very warm, welcoming and inclusive person who always had others in mind. What a difference he made in each of his communities. We will greatly miss him in Chautauqua.
Diane Randolph and Rosemary Rappole
We are so saddened to learn of Rich's passing. The world is a better place having Rich in it and will dearly miss his presence. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Lynn and family.
The Mayes Family
Dear Lynn and Family, Our condolences on your loss. Rich will be greatly missed in our community. He was a sincere person and always kept up with our children and had a kind word for them. Lynn, we are here when you need us. The Mayes Family
Gerri and Dan Britton
Dear Lynn, we were with you via livestream from Chatham, MA and wish we could have been with you at Chautauqua at the service and on your front porch in person, just having driven from Corning!!! But every word spoken was such a tribute to Rich's life and to your shared love and profound example. We send you all our love, Gerri and Dan
Lynn and Neil Kauffman (Chicago, IL)
Lynn and Family, . We are heartbroken at the loss of such a sweet, charismatic, kind, and unforgettable guy. Sending all our love and deepest condolences. May Rich’s memory be a Blessing.
Sending our love and prayers for comfort and healing. May all of your wonderful memories help to lift you up during the difficult days ahead. We are here for you always. God's peace,
Ellen and Jerry Glaser
Dear Lynn and family, we are so very sorry and saddened to hear about the passing of Rich. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time. Fondly, Ellen and Jerry
Lynn, I am heartbroken for the loss of your beloved Rich. Seeing the two of you together always made my days brighter. His lpresence will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Jennifer
Thinking of all of you during this difficult time. May his beautiful memory be a comfort to all of you. Jodi Glaser-Taub
Dear Lynn, We were so shocked, and deeply saddened, by the news of Rich's death. Our most sincere condolences to you and your beautiful family. We feel privileged to have known you and Rich at Chautauqua and count you among our friends. Today we felt very grateful for the opportunity to join you (virtually) at his beautiful funeral. Blessings to you. Betty and Alan Siegel
Marilyn and Casey Neuman
Rich was a wonderful, giving man, a leader in the Chautauqua community, an exemplary husband, father and grandfather and a good friend. Our hearts go out to Lynn and the entire family for their great loss. Casey loved playing golf with Rich and I appreciated his example and support when I followed him as president of Hebrew Congregation.
Sekhar and Lisa Ramaswamy
Dear Lynn and family— We were shocked and saddened to hear of Rich’s passing. We were able to view the service from New Jersey, and it was beautiful. It was perfect for the person Rich was. From the moment we became your Chautauqua neighbors, Rich was so welcoming, kind and caring. His energy and focus on so many people and projects never ceased to amaze us. Every conversation with him brought out the combination of his head and heart. We so appreciated him. Our deepest condolences to all of you...we wish you peace and comfort. Sekhar and Lisa Ramaswamy
Alex and Michele Soufrine
Lynne, we are so very sorry for your tremendous loss. We will not forget how you and Rich so graciously allowed us to come and get Maggie for a walk when we mentioned how much we were missing our fur baby each summer vacation. Rich was an exceptional human being and will be greatly missed. We hope we will be able to see you next summer