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Friday, May 28, 2010

Richard Renchard Rest in Peace

Sad news to report, former Los Angeles Times press operator Richard Renchard has passed away two days ago. Nicknamed "The Vulture" by his colleagues in the pressroom he will be missed by his family and friends. Richard is pictured at the left with David Joe.

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Services for: Richard Le Baron Renchard

Visitation :

Date: Thursday, June 03, 2010
Location: Forest Lawn - Hollywood Hills
Start Time: 4:00 PM

Prayer Service:

Date: Friday, June 04, 2010
Location: Forest Lawn - Hollywood Hills
Old North Church
Start Time: 7:00 PM

Funeral Service:

Date: Saturday, June 05, 2010
Location: Forest Lawn - Hollywood Hills
Church of the Hills
Start Time: 9:30 AM


6300 Forest Lawn Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068
1-800-204-3131

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2 comments:

Nubia said...

Condolences to the Renchard family and to the pressmen and women of the LA Times. R.I.P. Richard.

Rudy Hernandez said...

I got to work with Richard Renchard as his Tension Specialist for many years. The Vulture always seem to have an "open" slot when it came my turn to select a shift for the year. I got to know him pretty well. We had our clashes, as sure some of us all did when working together year after year, but I would always seem to find my way back to his crew. His favorite saying "I'm going to shoot myself" was always a way of knowing he was around. I know I might not have been the easiest guy to work with at times, but I like to think Vulture and I worked well together. The best year we had was when Vulture got the privilege(torture) of working with the bottom of the seniority board.
OP-RENCHARD.....Vulure
1C-Hutching.....CupCake
T-Man-Hernandez.Mill Splice
Rodelio.........Dead Eye
Saucedo.........Jessica
Chadwick........Single Cell
Dendy...........Sweat Heart
Sophia..........Dream Girl
Troy F..........Brother Troy

I remember talking to Richard a few years back after we both had left the times. He laugh at some of the things that happened we when worked at the Times, a lot better than when it happened at work. My condolences to the Renchard Family.

Rudy Hernandez

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