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Richard “Pinky” Edmonds, 86, died on Wednesday, March 9 from post-operative complications following knee replacement surgery the week before, according to Jon Massey of Folsom, Louisiana.

“He will be profoundly missed by everyone who knew him,” said Massey.

“Pinky was one of the first real horsemen that I met when I started foxhunting,” said Jef Murdock of Great Barrington, Massachusetts. “He is much beloved and well known in the northeast foxhunting scene from Connecticut to New York State and long ago was involved with packs in Aiken, South Carolina. He was an old-fashioned groom who lived the real life of caring for horses and the people who rode them.”

Funeral services will be held in Millbrook, New York on Saturday, March 19.

Posted March 11, 2011

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+1 # Hildreth McCarthy 2011-03-13 13:56
Funeral to be at the Central Baptist Church, 26 Church Rd.,Salt Point, New York at 10 am on Saurday the 19th of March.
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# elizabeth edmonds my 2012-02-08 16:19
The family of Pinky express their gratitude and heartfelt compassion for those who lives he touched and also that touched his life. It is so amazing how many people displayed their care and concern to our family and friends at the time of our loss. We apprecaite all of you. In particular, the McCarthy family, Scott and Hill Family, Ed young, Rikki Borge and the Dutchess County Professional Huntsmen Assoc. He lived a rich, full blessed life and is greatly missed.
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