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Richard A. Moulton

Published On: Mar 11 2014 12:30:56 PM CDT
Richard A. Moulton

Richard A. Moulton

Richard A. Moulton, 68 of Mauston passed away Saturday, March 8, 2014 at his home with his family at his side.

He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 3, 1945 the son of Horace and Jennie Moulton.

Dick was united in marriage to Dixie L. Staples on September 4, 1966 in Janesville, Wisconsin.

Dick worked for Chrysler Corporation for 35 years retiring in 2002. He enjoyed hunting fishing and spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife Dixie, four children Chris Barnett, Vikki (Mark) Swatek, Rhonda (Michael) Bignell, Richard (Kellie) Moulton, his grandchildren Brian (Chelsea) Brittney (Douglas), Jessica, Chance, Richard III, Scott, Reed, Karlie, Tim (Denice) Megan, Jayme, great grandchildren Jacob, Abbigale, Peyton, Austin and Sopheea, his brother Harold Moulton, and Sister Beverly (Allen) Miles, his extended family Robin McDaniel, and Erin, Ginger Wennburg (Shelly Taylor), Danea (Tony) Rutherford, Cora and Callan, Wilma (Randy) McManus, and Amanda, Scott Wennberg Taya, Robin, Sara & Hana.

He was preceded in death by his parents Horace and Jennie Moulton and sister Shirley & Donald Tracey.

Funeral services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, March 14, 2014 at the Crandall Funeral Home, Mauston, where family and friends may call from 12:00 p.m. (Noon) until time of services.

Burial will be at the Mauston Cemetery.

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