Richard A. Intihar
Richard A. Intihar passed away February 12, 2020 under the care of Niagara Hospice. Born December 14, 1957 in Lockport, he was the son of Theodore and Ruth (Wolters) Intihar.
Richard earned his Associate's degree from Erie County Community College and worked for 40 years for Keller Technology in Tonawanda, retiring in 2019 as a project manager.
Richard is survived by his children, Kyle (Kristen), Steven, and Courtney Intihar; grandsons, Kayden and Kolton; sisters, Joanne Provenzano and Cheryl (late Robert) Allen; also several nieces and nephews; and the mother of his children, Sue Royal Buscaglia.
Relatives and friends may call Saturday, February 15th from 1-5 PM in Prudden & Kandt Funeral Home, 242 Genesee St., Lockport.
Memorial donations to Niagara Hospice, 4675 Sunset Dr., Lockport, NY 14094 would be appreciated. Visit
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James kane
Feb 15, 2020
Thanks for all the great memories coach
Timothy Hare
Feb 15, 2020
Rick and I knew each other from our grade school days at Washington Hunt. We spent many good times together. I'm so sorry about hearing of his passing. He was a great guy. Last time I seen him was at High School reunion. My condolences to his family. RIP my old friend!
Feb 14, 2020
Steven and Family,

So Sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and love.
Kait Wojewoda
Feb 14, 2020
Where to begin with Rickster- he took us all in with a smile, as teenagers we practically lived there and he never minded. Always enjoying the company. Love to you all ❤️
Mary Seiler
Feb 13, 2020
Rick was one of the sweetest guys in high school and he will be missed. God bless him.
Dawn (Smiley) Morrell
Feb 13, 2020
I am so sorry about Rick 's passing. To the family, please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless....
Tim Sullivan
Feb 13, 2020
I m not sure Rick would have remembered me, we played sandlot baseball in DeSales field growing up. His dad was in charge of mowing DeSales field and he allowed all the neighborhood kids ride in the back his pick up truck.