Richie Alan Wolf

August 22, 1974 ‒ April 01, 2021

Decatur, Illinois

Richie Alan Wolf, 46, of Decatur, passed away on April 1, 2021, at his residence.

Richie was born on August 22, 1974, in Wooster, the son of Richard Wolf and Theresa Rader. Richie graduated from Loudonville High School with the class of 1992 and later married Jolanta Neverauskyte on October 22, 2001, in Loudonville.

Richie was the executive director of the Macon County Conservation District. He was a graduate of Toledo University and the University of Illinois. He enjoyed nature, taking walks, bike riding, and birdwatching.

Richie is survived by his wife Jolanta; daughters Celeste and Raina; his father Richard Wolf of Perrysville; mother Theresa Rader of Ashland; grandmother: Phyllis Rader of Ashland; brothers Jesse Combs, Robbie Wolf, and Ronnie Wolf.

Richie was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather and paternal grandparents.

Richie’s family will receive friends Thursday, April 8, 2021, from 2-3 p.m. in Snyder Funeral Home- Lindsey Chapel, Loudonville. A funeral mass will follow at 3:15 p.m. in St. Peter Catholic Church, 220 E. Butler Street, Loudonville, Ohio with Father Vincent Hawk officiating. Burial will follow is St. Peter Cemetery.

Contributions in Richie’s memory may be made to Snyder Funeral Home to defray the cost of the funeral expenses.

Snyder Funeral Home-Lindsey Chapel is honored to serve Richie’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

 

  • Theresa, Phyllis & family… I am so sorry for your loss. Richie was a great & kind person. I have quite a few memories of him & our family. My heart breaks for you!! Hugs & love !!….Karen Jarvis

  • To Jolanta, Celeste, Raina & All of Richie’s Family: Our deepest condolences during this tough time. Our hearts grieve with you and myself and many of the LHS Class of 1992 are going to be there to support you all and celebrate his life. When I moved to the small town of Loudonville, Ohio in 1986…being an “outsider” made it tough at times. Richie was one of the first to welcome me in, called me friend and we spent a lot of time together in those years. I kept in touch from time to time [He probably called me Chaz]…and have met you all a couple times through the years. We went to some Browns Games in High School, played a ton of “Backyard Football”, Tecmo Bowl, Raised a Little Trouble at Times and listened to a lot of music growing up. A lot of time was spent at Chris Oswalt’s house or Aaron Kaylor’s house, who were close to Richie along with others from his childhood. Richie knew no stranger and everyone who knew him truly loved him. He left a lifelong impression on our hearts. Words are hard to find, but know that all of us in the Class of 1992 are here should you need anything. Much love and our best.

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with Theresa, Phyllis, and all of Richie’s family as we learned of his passing today. May God give you strength and loving memories together in this sad time in your lives.

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with your families. We are so sorry for your loss. Roger and Connie Stitzlein

  • When Richie was featured in the Loudonville paper, I am sure all of us who knew him felt pride that he achieved such success and lived such a rich life. Now we grieve a boy who became a man loved by friends and family and who honored and protected our earth. He made a difference.
    Let’s continue his legacy by taking care of nature in his honor.

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