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Richard Lee “Butch” Uglow 1954~2023


Richard Lee “Butch” Uglow II, 69, formerly of Fayetteville, passed away June 1, 2023, in St. Thomas, PA.  

He was preceded in death by his wife, Kelita “Kelly” (Kennedy) Uglow.

Born March 30, 1954, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he was a son of the late Richard Lee and Bernice (Keefer)  Uglow.  

He graduated from Chambersburg Area Senior High School and was honorably discharged as a Corporal from the Marine Corps, having served during the Vietnam Era.

Mr. Uglow retired from Letterkenny Army Depot and had been a member of the American Legion Post 46 in Chambersburg.

Surviving are 2 sons: Brock of Cumberland, MD and Chase of St. Thomas; 5 sisters, Deborah Judge of Clarksville, TN, Ellissa McKay of Lynchburg, VA, Barbara Gross of Fayettevillle, Patricia Shoap of Chambersburg and Rhonda Goshorn of Fannettsburg; 2 brothers, Larry Uglow of Chambersburg and Ronald Uglow of Clarksville, TN.

In addition to his wife and parents, he was also preceded in death by a brother, Harry.

Arrangements are private and entrusted to Agett-Lakjer Funeral Home.



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