29 Sep Richard R. Nagel
Richard “Dick” Nagel, 89, Bismarck, passed away on September 20, 2019 at a local hospital. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 26th at Calvary United Methodist Church, Bismarck. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.
Richard Raymond Nagel was born to Henry and Lydia (Redman) Nagel on April 6, 1930 in rural Glen Ullin, ND, one of eight siblings. He served his country proudly in the U. S. Army. Dick started his career in the grocery retail business as a stocker, and held several positions including store manager. His outgoing and caring personality made him many life-long friends.
Dick married Marion Metzger on May 1, 1955. Together they raised two children, Randy and Pam, in Bismarck.
Dick is survived by his wife, Marion, son, Randy (Gwen) Nagel, and daughter, Pam Creed, all of Bismarck; three granddaughters, Mandi (Mark) Creed, Bismarck; Lindy (Paul) Borisevich, Bismarck; and Nicole (Lance) Faris, Lincoln; two great-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and three sisters.
Hi Nagel’s! I am so sorry to hear about Dick. Growing up he was always someone I looked up to. My prayers are with you my friends!
Sorry for your loss! Worked with Dick for many years until he retired. Always had a lot of respect and enjoyed his company. Great produce man. Rest In Peace, Dick!
It’s been our privilege to know Dick. We will miss him greatly.
We are so so sorry to hear about Dick’s passing. We loved his contagious smile and kind spirit at church. He will be missed!
Hi, Sorry to hear about Dick. We worked together for many years in Bismarck at the Red Owl Family Center on Broadway. I have a few pictures of Dick during his days at Red Owl. Dick was a good and trusted friend. I left Bismarck in 1983 so lost contact. The Nagel family has my deepest sympathy. May he rest in peace and may God bless.
We are so sorry for your loss. We enjoyed visiting with Dick as he could always make you laugh. Our prayers to your family.
You are in our thoughts and prayers. Dick will be missed . I am sure he is in heaven with Bob and Darlene and will be looking down from heaven watching over you. We are sorry we can not attend the funeral as we have a commitment we can not change. With warmest regards, Rudy and Mary We are sorry we can not attend the funeral we have a commitment we can’t
We are so sorry about Dicks passing. We will miss him dearly
I’ve know Richard and Marion for many years and am sad to hear of his passing and am sending my Prayers and Sympathy to Marion and family! May God Bless you All. My Deepest Sympathy, Charlene Nolte Mische….