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Burlington - Robert Ray Richter (Bob), 92 of Burlington passed away September 10th, 2021. Born in Rheinlander, Wisconsin to Ernest and Violet Richter on July 27th, 1929, he moved with his family to Burlington as a teenager. He received his formal education at Burlington High School. Marrying Joyce Gross in 1948 and establishing a family, He spent the next 73 years in love and support of them. Bob retired in 1991 after working 46 years for Darigold. He loved Hunting, fishing, carpentry, woodworking and music. He defined the term "Do it yourselfer" building his home and workshop and sharing his creativity while assisting many others in their remodels, repairs or projects. He spent many hours in the woods and on the Skagit river. He was an early member and past president of the Silver Arrow Bowmen, a member of the An-O-Chords Barbershop Chorus and the Skagit Valley Chorale. Robert was preceded in death by His wife Joyce, his daughter Lori Poggioli-Butler, parents Ernest and Violet Richter, siblings Melvin Richter, Bill Richter (Shirley), John Richter (Betty), Louise Holmes (Richter), Sylvia Walswick (Richter). Robert is survived by his sisters Martha Johnston (Richter), June Hickok (Richter), of Mount Vernon, brother Arnold Richter (Linda) of Burlington, three sons, Douglas (Carol), David (Cinde) and Thomas (Nancy), eight grandchildren and ten Great Grandchildren, Sister in-law Gwen Gross and many nieces and nephews. No Memorial services will be held at this time. In celebration of Bob's life, donations can be made to Seattle Children's Hospital Foundation, 4800 Sand Point way, Seattle WA 98105. Seattlechildrens.org or a charity of your choice.

Robert Ray Richter, 92, of Burlington, died Friday, September 10, 2021. Funeral Home: Neptune Society

Burlington - Beloved Son, Brother, Uncle, Husband and Friend. "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away." Thoreau

Burlington - Beloved Son, Brother, Uncle, Husband and Friend. "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away." Thoreau