Richard C. Wilhelm, prize-winning television technician, foreign war veteran, fireman, local businessman, railroad enthusiast, beloved spouse and devoted Woodstocker of over 50 years, succumbed to a long illness on November 25 after a brief stay at Ferncilffe Nursing Home. He was 90 years old.
Born in Pittsburgh in 1923, Dick Wilhelm grew up The Great Depression. Working in local steel mills by summer, he enlisted in the army upon graduating from high school and served as an MP during WWII in China . . .
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