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Cuitlahuac F. Ricardez

January 29, 1939 November 18, 2012
Cuitlahuac F. Ricardez
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Cuitlahuac "Cuit" F. Ricardez, 73, of Windham, passed away at home on Sunday (November 18, 2012). Cuit was the son of Christina Ricardez-Tamez and Don Seraphin Ricardez and was born in Oaxaca, Mexico on January 29, 1939. After graduating from college in Mexico City, he initially worked for ABC graphic arts and engraving in Mexico and rapidly progressed into management, after which he went on to open multiple engraving plants in many countries, including Honduras, Columbia and Canada.  ABC moved him to the United States to open a plant Greeenville, South Carolina where he met his beloved wife. He went to work for MS Chambers in Mississippi before being moved to Connecticut to manage their plant in Baltic. After the closure of MS Chambers he managed plants in New Jersey and Putnam Connecticut prior working for Giant Vac and finally Columbia Manufactering. He was a friend and a mentor for many and will be missed by all.  He loved his home, working outside and creating art with his hands in multple mediums from wood carving to painting. He is survived by his wife Nina O. Ricardez (Barnhill), his son Melton C. Ricardez, grand daughter Dawn M. Ricardez and was predeceased by his son Daniel K Ricardez.He is also survived by one brother and seven sisters, along with brother-in-laws, many cousins, nieces and nephews and was predeceased by 2 brothers and his beloved mother and father. His family will receive relatives and friends Wednesday, 11/21/12, from 5 to 7 p.m. with a service at 6:45 p.m. at the Bacon Funeral Home, 71 Prospect St. Willimantic, CT. The burial will be at the convenience of the family.
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