In Memory

Richard "Dick" Nemeth - Class Of 1967

Richard Dick Nemeth

Washington 1967 Richard A “Dick” Nemeth


July 27, 1949 - June 21, 2016


SOUTH BEND - Richard A. “Dick” Nemeth, 66, of South Bend, Indiana, passed away on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, in his home. Dick was born on July 27, 1949, in South Bend, to Richard V. and Dorothy (Jozwiak) Nemeth.

In 2000, he married Debbie Hayes, who survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Kim (Sean) Klimczak of New York, New York, and Kelly (Marty) Wright of South Bend, Indiana; four stepsons, Scott (Sarah) Futa of Denver, Colorado, Eric (Brandi) Futa of South Bend, Indiana, Mark Futa of South Bend, Indiana, and Daniel Futa of Vail, Colorado; thirteen grandchildren, Ethan, Andrew, and Soren Klimczak; Noah and Alexandra Wright; Brennen and Ryne Futa; Kylie and Jayden Futa; and Evan, Austin, Owen, and Isabelle Futa; two brothers, Timothy (Lynne) Nemeth and Phillip (Sue) Nemeth, both of South Bend, Indiana; his father-in-law, Thomas (Jeannie) Hayes of Mishawaka, Indiana; two brothers-in-law, George (Ed) Hayes of Los Angeles, California and Terry (Jim) Hayes of Chicago, Illinois; and many loving family members and friends, including his former wife, Barbara (Bilinski) Morrical of Granger, Indiana.

A Prayer Service will be held at 6:00 p.m., Sunday, June 26, 2016, in the Kaniewski Funeral Home, 3545 N. Bendix Drive. A visitation will take place from 1:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Sunday in the funeral home. Dick was a 1967 graduate of Washington High School and attended Indiana University South Bend. Dick loved his work; a career that spanned 47 years in media and took him all around the world. He loved freelance work (Notre Dame sporting events), was employed by Golden Dome Media, WNDU and retired as the Vice President of Production for PentaVision (a company he co-owned). Rarely seen without a camera on his shoulder, Dick had an amusing story for every situation that always included a cadre of friends. He was a devoted husband to his wife, Debbie; a loving father to his daughters, Kim and Kelly; and loved being Paw Paw to his thirteen grandchildren. Dick loved fishing and spending time at his cottage on Cook Lake in Plymouth. Memorial Contributions may be directed to Make A Wish Foundation or the Shriner's Hospital for Children . To send online condolences please visit - See more at: