Richard Lee Porco

Born: 01/03/1959 Passed:

Richard Lee Porco, age 60, of Louisville, OH, passed away following an extended illness, surrounded by loved ones, on May 24th, 2019. Richard was a lifelong resident of the Louisville area. He was a graduate of Perry High school. Following high school, he married and had four children. He dedicated his life to them.

Richard is preceded in death by his parents, Pasquale and Rosemarie Porco, and his daughter Ashley Marie Porco.

He leaves behind three children; Lisa S. Harter, Joshua A. Porco and Tyler J. Smith; thirteen grandchildren; one great-grandson and many extended family and friends.

Richard focused his life on his family and fought hard to be there for them. His strength, dedication and resilience will never be forgotten by those who were fortunate enough to witness his life.

In lieu of funeral services, the family asks you to share a memory of him. He will be greatly missed and never forgotten.

5 Tributes to Richard Lee Porco

  1. Anonymous says:

    Rick always had a smile for everyone! Greeted us with a “how you doin?” Always very proud of his family! Always had his Mountain Dew in hand! 😊

  2. Deb and Garry says:

    Rick always greeted everyone with a smile! He always asked “How you doin?” He was extremely proud of his family! Never seen him without his Mountain Dew in hand! 😊

  3. Jenny says:

    I remember we went to
    Ohio when Janelle was maybe 4 months old ( his granddaughter). We went to see Rick and he was so happy because he had saved money to buy Janelle a really pretty outfit. I’ll never forget the big smile he had when he showed us the outfit. I’m so glad that his grandkids got to spend time with him last summer. We love you and we miss you!

  4. Josh says:

    Dad I will always miss how you always told me you were so proud of me I love you and miss you I know that you are no longer suffering but please know you will always be missed.

  5. Jon says:

    Mr. P, I have only warm memories of you. Everytime you’d come over all you wanted to do was work. I had to bribe you with Mountain Dew and deli cold cuts just to get you to chill in the backyard with me during your visits. It was good to see you before you went Home. I know you and Ash are proudly watching over us.

    Rest well, my friend.

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