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In loving memory of
Richard “Ric” Saus
  • November 19, 1946
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  • March 30, 2022

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Richard “Ric” Saus left this world and entered into heaven after an extended battle of cancer on March 30, 2022, at the age of 75.

He was born on November 19, 1946, in Munhall, PA. He was the son of the late Albert Saus and Louise Gill Saus.

Ric was a beloved husband to his wife Audrey of more than 41 years of marriage. He will forever be remembered by his brothers Leonard and Ronald, Brother-in law Frank Eckert, uncle to 8 nieces and nephews, great uncle to 2, extended family and friends.

Richard proudly served in the U.S. Air Force and ANG for more than 37 years, receiving many honors and awards, retiring as a Sr. Master Sergeant. He graduated from Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics, in PA. His hobbies included model railroading, golfing, cards, billiards and driving his 2011 mustang.

He will be missed by many as he was known for his great sense of humor and his kind heart.

His wife would like to thank Doctors, Nurses and staff at Florida Cancer for Ric’s care over the years and Cornerstone Hospice staff for the wonderful care and compassion they showed him in his final days.

A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.

Donation in Richard’s memory maybe made in his name to:

Cornerstone Hospice Foundation, 2445 Lane Park Rd, Tavares FL 32778-9916 or

Your Humane Society SPCA, PO Box 67, Lake Panasoffkee, FL 33538-0067

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  1. Rich Noon says:
    27 Jan 2023
    Served with Rich in the District of Columbia Air National Guard. You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer gentleman anywhere. Emphasis on "gentleman". Incredibly intelligent and articulate. I was honored when he asked me to do the invocation at his retirement.
    Rest in peace, Rich.

  2. Sherrie Seigh says:
    31 Dec 2022
    I just heard of my cousin Richie's death, and it shocks me. Cancer is a horrible disease. I remember Richie's train set in Bowie, taking up an entire room

    I prat for Audrey in her time of need, and for the soul of Richie. Hopefully he is up there playing pinochle with his mom and dad and Aunt Rose and Uncle Joe.

  3. Stasia Metcalf says:
    12 Apr 2022
    We all share in the sadness of Uncle Ric’s passing. It is comforting to know he has peace after his difficult battle. Uncle Ric was man of service and accomplishment, he was a man I truly admired. He was fond of his model train collection, that was always a highlight during our visits as a child! He showed us he truly was grateful for his life with friends and loving wife, and he felt very blessed. We also felt blessed that he was a part of our lives. We love you Uncle Ric and he will be missed dearly.

  4. Sharon Romah Crawford says:
    12 Apr 2022
    Richie was my cousin. Although we haven't seen him in many years, I will always remember him fondly. My condolences to his wife and my cousins Ronnie and Lenny. May he Rest in Peace❣️

  5. Nancy Tortoriciv says:
    12 Apr 2022
    Ric our friend, our neighbor. We’ve known Ric for 13 yrs now and had such good times, playing dominoes, out to so many dinners. We will also miss our good times on the golf course and most all miss our good friend.
    Rest In Peace Ric

  6. Guy Tortorici says:
    11 Apr 2022
    Ric was always a true friend. Honest and caring. He was like a brother. I will miss him. Rest In Peace. Guy!

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