Richard J. Borror

Died: Tue., May 28, 2019


Family to do services at later date


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Richard J Borror, 85, passed away Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at Memorial Hospital with his wife at his side. He died due to complications from pneumonia.

Born to the late William J and Fay (Melching) Borror of Ossian, IN. He graduated from Ossian High School, attended Wasbash College and graduated from Indiana University Bloomington. Dick was a sales representative for Marathon and Exxon oil companies before becoming self-employed with Sparkle Wash.

Survivors include his wife Josephine (Redwanski) Borror; two children; Michele J (John) Long of Newnan, GA, and Richard J (Gail) Borror, Jr. of Lighthouse Point, FL, and North Liberty, IN; grandchildren, Dr. William J (Christine) Borror of Houston, TX, and Elizabeth J Borror, and special friend, Joseph Stefanski of Charlotte, N C.

As a member of Sunnyside Presbyterian Church he had served as a deacon. Dick was an avid golfer and Yankee fan. Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held later. Memorial contributions may be made to South Bend – Elkhart Audubon Society, P.O. Box 581, Mishawaka, IN, 46544. Welsheimer Family Funeral Home assisted with arrangements. Family and friends may leave e-mail condolences at www.welsheimer.com.

Charitable donations may be made in Richard's memory to the following organization:

South Bend – Elkhart Audubon Society
P.O. Box 581, Mishawaka, IN, 46544

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Dan Telfer
   Posted Tue June 04, 2019
Dick had been in ill health for a long time. Now he is at peace (and so is Jo). Wishing the best for Jo in the days and years to come. Many many homeless people enjoyed the thousands of home made cookies that Jo baked for the Hope Rescue Mission, and Dick served to them, after eating a few himself.
Now that Dick is there, there will be no squirrels in heaven. Just beautiful birds and beautiful memories.

Richard Borror
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
I wanted to express my deepest condolences to your family on Richards passing. Part of my extended family I never met. I knew of him only because of our shared name. Hopefully we can meet some day and share life’s stories. Once again my deepest sympathies.

Sincerely

E Richard Borror

Susan Lichnerowicz
   Posted Thu June 06, 2019
We were saddened to hear that Mr. Borror had passed. He and his wife were always so active and supportive in following their grand children's school and athletic functions and always so gracious to our kids. We will keep his family in our thoughts and prayers. The Lichnerowicz family

David Freet Sr.
   Posted Wed June 12, 2019
To one of the nicest men I had the pleasure of meeting and playing golf with. Unfortunately I have been laid up and had not heard or seen this until now. My wife and I offer our deepest condolences.