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Richard Allan Mock

Richard Allan Mock, 69, of Largo, FL passed away in his home September 8th 2021. Richard was born on October 22, 1951 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Bernard and Claire Mock.

Richard truly lived an adventurous life, living each day to the fullest. As a child he loved playing saxophone. He often fondly shared memories of playing music with his siblings.  At an early age, he had an incredible talent for building and thinking outside of the box. Countless stories of building electrical toys, mother boards, and gadgets throughout his life showcased that his mind was a true pillar before his time. At the age of 18, he bravely joined the Navy and honorably served our country. Shortly after his military service, he rediscovered his passion for technology and engineering, using his natural talents to open his own business and create a life for his family. Richard had a successful career as an electrician, air conditioning genius, and self-employed business owner for over 30 years. He was a jack of all trades and firmly believed in his motto of life “There isn’t anything I couldn’t fix or figure out”.

Richard loved having a good time and taught us that life should be enjoyable. He treasured making people laugh and loved recounting his “younger days” to all who would listen. He spoke the truth, but also consistently provided reassurance and was always there when needed. His proudest accomplishments were being a father and grandfather to his children and grandchildren. Richard also loved the beach, fishing, music, and had a huge heart for his beloved animals.

Richard is survived by his 5 children and 6 grandchildren, his eldest son Justin Mock and wife Blossom of Seminole, FL and three grandchildren Justin, Daniella, and Carson Mock. His middle son Eric Mock of Seminole, FL. His youngest son, Jerimy Mock and wife Haoy of Seminole, FL and two grandchildren Malia and Maddox Mock. His daughter Jennifer Mock of Winter Springs, FL. And his stepson Phillip Tillman of Largo, FL and  granddaughter Rhylan Tillman. In addition to his children, he is survived by his mother Claire Mock, his two brothers Bernie Mock, Robert Mock & sisters Terry Banning and Sharon Davids.

A Memorial Service will be held at Bay Pines National Cemetery, 10000 Bay Pines Blvd. Saint Petersburg FL, 33708 on Friday October 1st, 2021 at 10:30am.

Family and friends can send flowers to his service. A Celebration of Life Tribute will immediately follow the memorial and be held at 17404 1st Street East, Redington Shores, FL.

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  • Sharon A Davids says:

    You are dearly missed my brother and all my memories of us growing up together are deep in my heart, love and miss you, sharon

  • Jerimy, Haoy, Malia and Maddox says:

    What a wonderful father and pop pop you have been throughout our lives . We will truly miss you and your stories. The incredible experiences of life and laughter will not be forgotten! May you Rest In Peace and know how much you are truly missed.

    Love your beloved family,
    Jerimy, Haoy, Malia and Maddox

  • Frank Leonardo says:

    A Veteran of the US Navy. Which to me means he is a brother. Ot is never easy seeing a brother go may you rest easy Sailor.

  • kathy sizemore says:

    Dear Richard, I remember you from Blessed Sacrament Catholic school, as well as middle and high school. May you rest in peace and may God keep you and your family in his loving care. God Bless you and yours…

  • Bernie J Mock says:


    Hard to believe you have gone. So many memories and stories of your life.
    At least now you are free from pain and the cares of this world. Sherry and I pray for your family to be at peace.

    God Bless you Rick.
    Bro B

  • Claire Mock says:

    Richard was one of our twins. He had a good heart and was always willing to help. I pray for his family every day. God Bless you all. 🙏🏻
    May he Rest In Peace.

  • Sherry Mock says:

    We will miss you, Rick. Thank you for always helping us out if we needed a fix- it job done at our house. We enjoyed the times we were able to get together with you and your family through the years. We didn’t get to visit since covid, but had some long conversations on the phone. We’ll see you later . Love, Your sister- in – law, Sherry ❤️🙏✝️

  • Crystal & Mark says:

    Justin/Blossom, Jerimy/Haoy, Eric and Jennifer – We are so sorry for your loss. You have been in our thoughts and we will be there in spirit tomorrow. May you rest in peace Uncle Richard.

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