Albert Joseph Rioux

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Albert Joseph 'Al' Rioux, age 89, of Reston, Virginia on April 13, 2007 at Reston Hospital. Loving father of of Mark Schuler, Michael Schuler, Meg Murphy and Michelle Hurrell; son of Alphonse Rioux and Marie Levesque; brother of George, Evelyn, Helen, Amedee, Anita and Alice. Grandfather of James Murphy, Morgan Schuler, Collin Schuler, Charlie Schuler and and Meghan Murphy. Friends may call at Money & King Funeral Home, on Friday, April 20th from 9:00 A.M. until time of service at 10:00 A.M. Interment Quantico National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Marauder Historical Society, 3900 E. Timerod, Tucson, AZ 85711.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Tom and Michelle, My prayers are with you and your family at this time of loss and grief. Love you, Kelly

  2. Dear Mark, Mike, Meg and Michelle: Annette and I want to let you know we will be holding you all in our thoughts in the coming days and hope you are able to find comfort in all the memories you have of your times together. I can still remember my mom and Betty Tuttle “scheming” about your mom and Al when they first met and hoping “it would take cause they were right for each other”. Must have been a pretty good assessment on Betty and my mom’s part cuz it lasted till the end. Never would have picked my mom out as a “Yenta”, Betty didn’t surprise me, but hearing them scheming gave me a little more insight into my mom too, which, when you are a kid, is a handy thing to have. Al helped me out of a tight spot when i was MUCH younger than i am now and my classic volvo got hit and the insurance company wouldn’t pay. He gave me the right words to use to show them their responsibility and i got it fixed. I still drive that ’69 P1800 today, have about 465,000 miles on it. I loved the timbre of Al’s laugh and the look in his eyes when he did it. Was enjoyable to experience. I will miss him. I regret i cannot be there with you all today. All of you have a friend in Columbia, stop by if you are passing through and get reaquainted. – Ted (jr)

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