James Preszler Obituary, James Preszler Has Passed Away – Death Cause

James Preszler Obituary, Death – Richard had a rich life filled with many beautiful adventures, some of which include relocating to California, serving in the Navy during World War II, learning to fly, and working as a contractor in the San Fernando Valley painting and wallpapering houses. He also learned to fly during this time. On June 8, 1946, he tied the knot with Margaret Miller, and the couple went on to have two daughters: Tina Seres and Cindy Hammar. They were married for 66 years until Margaret’s death on April 23, 2013, which brought an end to their union.

He had a lot of friends, was creative, and was involved in a lot of organizations. When he was younger, he was a part of the United States Power Squadron and he drew cartoons for the organization’s bulletin every month. After relocating to Yreka in 1985, he enrolled in art programs at COS and became a member of the Siskiyou Artist Association in addition to the local wood carvers club. In addition to being members of the Good Sam Club and the Senior Venture Group, Richard and Margaret were also regulars at the Yreka Community Center, where they played cards. After buying a 1929 Model A Ford when he was 90 years old, he joined the Sis-Q A’s in his latter years. This was a significant life event for him.

Richard has consistently found satisfaction in a variety of artistic endeavors. He was quite talented in the areas of singing, whistling, and playing the harmonica. He was responsible for the creation of a great number of paintings, wood carvings, and models of automobiles, aircraft, and ships. He designed the Poor George logo as a gift for his good buddy George Belcher, thinking of those of you who have fond memories of Poor George’s restaurant. He enjoyed making people laugh regardless of whether he knew them or not since he had a fantastic sense of humor.

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