WEST PARIS – Richard N. “Dick” Inglis Jr., 74, formerly of Prospect Avenue, Rumford, died Tuesday, Feb, 17, at the Ledgeview Living Center, where he recently resided.

He was born in Rumford, on Feb. 23, 1934, and was the son of Richard Noyes Inglis Sr. and Lila B. Morsehead. He graduated from Stephens High School in Rumford. During the Korean War, he served as a staff sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.

He had worked at Cumming’s Garage in Rumford, then as director of personnel at Stowell-McGregor Mill in Dixfield. He later worked for many years at Puiia Hardware & Lumber Co. in Rumford.

He was a member of the Rumford United Methodist Church, past master of Blazing Star Lodge 30 AF & AM, past patron of Mt. Zircon Chapter 143, O.E.S., past high priest of Royal Arch Chapter, member of Kora Shrine Temple, member Napoleon Ouellette Post 24, American Legion and had enjoyed being a member of the Mollyockett Square Dance Club.

He was married in Rumford on Sept. 13, 1958 to the former Barbara Ann Hall, RN, who survives of Canton.

Other survivors include brothers, Russell L. Inglis and wife, Josephine, of Rumford, Timothy L. Inglis of Rumford and Bruce A. Inglis of Fredericksburg, Va.; several nieces and nephews; several great-nieces and nephews; and brothers-in-law, Bill Hall of Jefferson and Roger Hall of Old Orchard Beach.

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