Richard Lee Theuner, age 56, died Tuesday, February 16, 2021 surrounded by loved ones at Mayo Clinic Hospital-St Marys Campus after a short battle with lung cancer.
Rick was born on April 11, 1964 in Rochester, MN to Ralph and Barbara (Nickelson) Theuner. He graduated in 1982 at Mayo High School. He started and owned Mississippi Valley Construction and continued on in the construction business until death. He was an active member of Carpenters Union 1382.
Rick enjoyed hunting, fishing, car races, and going to the casino. He loved spending time with his family, friends, and special friend Lori Salah and sons.
Rick is survived by his mother, Barbara Theuner; brothers, Jeff and Mark (Kelly); sister, Sandy Hameister; 2 nieces, Bonnie and Pressley; 3 nephews, Craig, Kyle and Tyler; godparent, Allyn (Kay) Wachholz; aunts and uncles; and his dog, Lucy.
Rick is preceded in death by his father, Ralph Theuner; and special aunt and uncle, Marj and Gene Lamey.
A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, March 28, 2021 from 1-4 pm at The Front Porch, 100 N Sheppard St, Kellogg, MN.
Rochester Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences of Rick may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
8 thoughts on “Richard Theuner”
Rick was a great guy I had the pleasure to know thru a special friend Lori Solah and her sons and grandchildren. Over the past 5yrs he has been involved in my life he was always willing to give the shirt off his back to help in any way he was able, always had a smile on his face, never complained about anything he might have been going thru in his own personal daily life. Always walked a straight line. He was a father and a grandfather without the titles and will truly be missed. Ya know! How about helping out those Vikings! Later!
Sorry for your loss he was a wonderful person. You’ve gained a special guardian angel.
So sorry to hear about this. Rick was my cousin, growing up together he was the baby out of us all. I’ll never forget all of those memories, such as the wrestling matches in the dining room when our parents went out. Snowmobiling and so much more. My heart breaks for you all. Much love and prayers. He is reunited with all who went before him and is in great hands.
Rick was a very special guy. He was part of our family also because he was my daughter’ s (lori salah)other half . I always looked at him as my son-in law even though they weren’t married.He was a great father figure to loris’s sons and enjoyed doing things with them and teaching them new stuff. Rick was in our lives shortly over 5 years. He surely will be missed at family gathering and our family vacations we took each year.He’d always say” How ya doing when he walked through the door.”He was a very likeable guy and always was there to lend a helping hand to ever needed it. My condolences to his family. I don’t know why God always takes the good ones before their time. Until we meet again RIP Rick !! We love you! Ya know!
Sandy and family, I am so saddened to hear of this significant loss. I remember Rick from card club, such a fun guy when he joined us. May you all find comfort in the days and weeks ahead remembering and honoring his life in the many memories you created. God Bless.
Rick will be missed greatly by all.We had many good and crazy times over the years.I’m grateful for the time we were able to spend with him.A life cut way to short Sorry for your loss keeping all of his friends and family in thoughts and prayer
Sorry for your loss of a Loved one.
I will pray for your Family in this time of grieving the loss of Richard.
May God continue to Bless your Family
I met Rick through my good friend Lori Salah. Rick was always so good to her and her boys. He is the kind of guy you just like right away upon meeting him. He was so laid back and down to Earth. My boyfriend Fred got to hang out with him a few times and he liked Rick instantly as well. You will be missed Rick. I wish we had more time, for double dates etc. You were always so fun to hang out with. R.I.P