In Memory

Rich Brunclik (Brunclik)

Richard R. Brunclik, 65, of Millville, Del., formerly of Huntingtown, Md., passed away Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015, at the Delaware Hospice Center in Milford, Del. Born Sept. 9, 1950, in Pittsburgh, he was the son of Irene (Cink) and the late Robert Brunclik, of Irwin. After graduating from Norwin High School in 1968, Rich worked for Westinghouse in Trafford. In 1973, Rich moved to Maryland and worked in property management for a local real estate company. After mastering the HVAC trade, Rich worked five years in private industry before joining the Federal Government, working for the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Defense Intelligence Agency until his retirement in 2005. Rich enjoyed fishing, crabbing, traveling and music, especially his guitars. He was a classic street rod enthusiast and loved restoring his '39 Ford. The love Rich had for his sons, grandchildren, family and friends and his great sense of humor will be missed by all. Rich is survived by his wife of 44 years, Judith (Ridgeway) Brunclik; two sons, Douglas, of North Beach, Md., and Greggory (Kristen Marlowe), of Dunkirk, Md.; four grandchildren, Justin, Jenna, Jayson and Haylee; his mother, Irene Brunclik, of North Huntingdon; and sister, Patricia (Ron) Hoffman, of Erie.
Rich's life celebration services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, 2015, at the Huntingtown United Methodist Church, 4020 Hunting Creek Road, Huntingtown, MD 20639.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Huntingtown United Methodist Church Adult and Youth Missions Fund at the above address. Online condolences may be sent by visiting


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11/10/15 08:03 AM #1    

Larry Nees

I'm grateful for this posting - and the news on our other classmates as well. Rich was a long-time childhood friend of mine as we grew up on the same street - riding bikes, getting into things. He's part of my early life and memories. From this summary of his work and family it sounds like he continued to have a positive impact on those around him. He will be missed.

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