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Memorial Service for Richard L. Cates - Part 1

This segment of the Memorial Tribute to Richard Cates includes a welcome to guests, the obituary and photo journey of a Rich Life by his children, and written tributes from Robert Kastenmeier (U.S. Congressman, 1959-1991, past member of the House Judiciary Committee), Stanley Kutler (Professor Emeritus, University of Wisconsin and author of Wars of Watergate), Hillary Rodham Clinton (U.S. Secretary of State) and Shirley Abrahamson (Chief Justice, Wisconsin Supreme Court). The segment ends with the song "Hallelujah" sung by grandchildren, Lucas and Margi Cates.

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Memorial Service for Richard L. Cates - Part 2

This segment of the Memorial Tribute to Richard Cates starts with the song "Hallelujah" sung by grandchildren Lucas and Margi Cates. It continues with Memory Sharing by David Cates (son), Richard Cates, Jr. (son) and Jim Olson (senior partner, Lawton & Cates, S.C.).

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Memorial Service for Richard L. Cates - Part 3

This segment of the Memorial Tribute to Richard Cates starts with Memory Sharing by Edward Garvey (senior partner, Garvey McNeil S.C.). It continues with the song "The Climb" by grandson Lucas Cates. Memory Sharing by Roert Cates (son), Christine Cates Jendrzejewski (daughter) and John Cates (son) follow.

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Memorial Service for Richard L. Cates - Part 4

This segment starts with Memory Sharing by John Cates (son). It continues with Loving Marnie by Richard Cates Jr. (son). Words of Sending by Rev. Bill Wineke closes the service. Some memories of Dick Cates spoken by some attending the service are also included.

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Lawton & Cates S.C.
146 East Milwaukee Street, Suite 120
P. O. Box 399
Jefferson, Wisconsin 53549
phone:  (920) 674-4567
fax: (920) 674-4726
(visitors should use Center Avenue entrance)