In Memoriam

Richard Constantini

Knowing Rick meant having a true friend for life!  He loved and treasured his family and friends.  Rick and Lynn were High School sweethearts, graduating together in 1973 and married in 1974.  They were happily married for 27 years.  Their enduring love gave way to three beautiful girls, two wonderful son-in-laws, and three precious grandchildren.  Rick passed away suddenly in July 2000 at the young age of 45, tragically taken in a car accident.  It has been a tremendous loss for his family and friends who loved him dearly.  He enjoyed playing tennis with Lynn, fishing, golf with his buddies, and hanging out with his girls.  His legacy lives on through his children and grandchildren.  We cherish Rick's memories and look forward to reuniting with him in eternity some day.  

Lynn Eason Constantini Carrol

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02/22/18 02:24 PM #1    

Cheryl Hornberger (Jenkins)

Rick and Bunny Constantini were practically my second family growing up. They lived on Woodtop and I lived on Barkwood Dr.  Bunny and I walked to school at Lake Lucina Elementary.  We were best friends for many years and still keep in touch.

I won't forget that sad day when Bunny called me hysterically crying that her twin brother, Rick, had been killed in a tragic car accident in Georgia.  He was a kind and loving brother who will always be missed.

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