Richard Dawson Siddoway passed away on September 2, 2021 in Murray, UT. He was born to Fred Dawson Siddoway and Annetta Hyde Siddoway on November 21, 1937 in Salt Lake City, UT.
He was a high priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He loved fishing, hunting, water skiing and his beloved mountain cabin. Most of all he loved his family. He was a man of honor and integrity.
Richard is survived by his wife, Cassie Siddoway; his daughters, Cindee (Scott) Petrocco, Pennie (Gary) Neilson, and Kristi Maglaughlin; his son, Shane (Kristen) Siddoway; 10 grandkids, 11.5 great-grandkids, one brother and two sisters.
Richard is preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Annetta Siddoway; and his sister, Peggy Ferguson.
A viewing will be held on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 from 6 to 8 pm at Larkin Sunset Gardens at 1950 East 10600 South in Sandy, UT 84092.
I am sorry for your loss, your pain, for the loss of someone, put here, in each of our lives for a reason. Be comforted with the image of him being pain free, sitting by his campfire in the sky. Love ALL if you guys.
Dag gum it Dick, I'm going to miss you. Not my Dad, (did things exactly like my Dad) but you were my Pal & Buddy tied up in one. I'm so grateful I got to know you for the last few years. We always had a project, we'd ride together in the white van, tease each other............laugh, we didn't lack telling each other stories and somehow everything we did, turned out to be an adventure. ( like Every time I/we went to the mountains, we always had a campfire story to tell when we got home. LOL )
To Cassie and the Siddoway family, Dick came into my life when I really needed a mentor to help me come out of a dark place so that I could feel human again. He's the man. And I want to think that I was the Pal (of many) Dick needed to have at the time also. Dick, Thank you for your therapy, kindness, hospitality, deer & elk roast dinners and trusting me to try your new recipes. Dick will always hold a big place in my heart and how to live life to the fullness.
Kent P. Frandsen
Cassie, thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. May God Bless and comfort you and your family.
I am so sorry to hear about Dick's passing. I'm sure he worked until the last moment! He was a good man and a good friend. We will all miss him.
It was great knowing this great man . Full of knowledge & kindness enjoyed visiting with him at his mountain cabin , riding snowmobiles along side him. Rip my friend. Brent
So long my Brother from another Mother. Enjoy your walk the the "Happy Hunting Ground"! Love you and miss you...
Feeling we have been blessed knowing you and enjoyed visiting with you over the years!
Rest In Peace my friend!