Richard Schledorn

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Dansville- Richard J. "Rick" Schledorn age 60, passed away at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester after being stricken at home. He was born in Dansville on March 21, 1961, a son of Leo and Doris (Schutz) Schledorn. He was predeceased by his father Leo. Rick was an outspoken American who loved his country and his family especially his daughters and grandchildren. He was a strong supporter of President Trump and his ideas. He was a fan of the NY Yankees, Buffalo Bills, Nascar, Wrestling, and Facebook. He is survived by his mother Doris Schledorn; two daughters, Jessica (Benjamin) Boryszewski, Samantha (William) Schledorn; two sons, Richard (Alycia) Henry and Rory (Nancy) Henry; three sisters, Donna (Mark Hainey) Schneble, Betty (Tim) Driesbach and Barb (Cal) Huffman; four brothers, Peter, Thomas, Marty and Joseph (Sally) Schledorn; his girlfriend Natale ONeal, eight grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family in Greenmount Cemetery in Dansville. Arrangements are by the Hindle Funeral Home, Inc., 271 Main St. Dansville. Online memorials may be at In lieu of flowers please make memorials to the family c/o Samantha Schledorn, 46 University Ave. Atlanta NY 14808.
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1961 - 2021

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