Richard Melvin Mattmiller Sr.
Monday 12th of May 1930 - Wednesday 9th of October 2019
Richard Melvin Mattmiller, Sr., 89, passed away peacefully on October 9, 2019. He was born in Louisville, KY on May 12, 1930 to the late August and Ella Mae Mattmiller. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Mary Franz Mattmiller. He was the proud father of 5 children; Richard (Karol Ann) Mattmiller, Michael (Carol) Mattmiller, Kenneth (Leslie) Mattmiller, John Mattmiller and Joan Mattmiller Jones. He was also a very grateful and loving grandfather to 12 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.
The family will receive visitors from 10-noon, Monday, October 14, 2019 at Milward’s Southland location, with burial following at Calvary Cemetery.
Richard was a regular at the dog park. He loved his dogs and helped me find one of mine that got loose. We would walk around the dog park and talk. Rest easy.
Dick was a great human being, and most of all, a great parent and family man. It has an honor to know him.
Dear Mrs Mattmiller, John and Family, So sorry to hear of your loss and you all are in my thoughts and prayers. I have fond memories of course being neighbors many years ago on Blue Licks and being friends with the kids, and mainly John, during all the years in school. Time sure gets away from us. I wish you all the very best of life during these tough times.
I enjoyed many rounds of golf several years ago. He was always a joy to be with. Always positive and encouraging me as I was learning the game. I new his father also through Olieka Temple and we often talked about the fun times I shared with his father. I am grateful that I new and shared good times with Richard. Rest in pease my friend and may GOD BLESS YOU and your family.
James R. Smithsays
Mrs Mary and Family , My wife Carole and I sorry for your lose. We have know Matt as we called for years and we thought the world of . May the Good be with you and your family in times of sorry. I myself will be lost without my fishfry Buddy.
Mary and Family: We are so sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. We are blessed to have been neighbors several years. May he Rest In Peace. Vickie and John