Richard L. Albo

June 1st, 1943December 27th, 2021

Richard L. Albo passed away on December 27, 2021 in Louisville Colorado at the age of 78.
He lived his life with great love, strength, courage and stubbornness. He had a strong work ethic and retired from Continental Airlines in early 2000.
 
Richard loved to fish, play his guitar and sing. He rarely missed a Denver Broncos game. He enjoyed passing the football at half-time with his boys. He enjoyed watching Colorado Rockies any chance he could. He looked forward to the family gatherings and the noise we all created. He had the large family he always dreamt of.
 
Richard met the love of his life, Cynthia, at a teenage dance club and they have been dancing together ever since. Together they had 7 children; Ronald, Pamela, Rodney, Rollin, Melanie, Jennifer, and Timothy.
 
Richard is survived by his wife of 59 years Cynthia, 4 sons; Ronald (Cindy), Rodney (Noelle), Rollin (Mitzi) Timothy, 3 daughters; Pam, Melanie (Dan), Jennifer (Matt), 15 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, and 3 sisters; Patrica, Elsie, and Beatrice. As well as several nieces and nephews.
 
Richard is preceded in death by his father Emo, mother Elsie, and five brothers; Robert, John, Jimmy, Gerald and Roger.
Services

Richard will be honored with a celebration of life service followed by a reception to be held on January 23, 2022 at 2 pm at Baldoria On The Water - located at 146 Van Gordon St. Lakewood, CO 80228.

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Condolences

To my Family: truly sorry for the loss of sweet uncle Rich! My favorite memory is being about 4 yrs old I was at your house as me, Derrick, Jim and Chris often were! As if having 7 kids of your own weren’t enough you welcomed more of us hooligans! I woke up early snuck into your room. Climbed into your bed between you and aunt Cynthia you were watching Laurel and Hardy! You proceeded to do a magic trick by making it appear as if your finger came apart! I laughed so hard! You all always welcomed us made us a part of you! I love you and I know you’re having fun in heaven with all the loved ones that are living there! Until I see you again! Just know your time on earth was a blessing to me!