Richard M. McBain, “Rick”, age 74, a loved husband, father, grandfather and friend to all, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, March 16, 2024.

Rick was born to William and Marie McBain on December 26, 1949.  Rick enjoyed a very full life and had a passion for helping others. He had various jobs including truck driving, running his own window cleaning company, and doing stage design for rock bands such as Queen and The Eagles. His hobbies included helping friends however he could, keeping up with the latest news and taking the occasional nap. Rick will be remembered as a loving and caring husband, a funny guy, and more than anything, someone who put others before himself. One of his loves was working in a local food kitchen during Thanksgiving, serving ham and turkey to those less fortunate than himself. 

He is preceded in death by his parents; his brother, William; and his previous wife, Cecelia McBain. Rick is survived by his loving wife, Marilou McBain; his sister, Linda; his brother, Steve; and numerous children; and grandchildren. Rick’s warmth and joy he brought to life each day will be sorely missed.

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  1. Rick was always remembering family events, such as Birthdays and holidays. His sister, Linda was always so happy each time she answered the phone and it was Rick. He was likely among the best brother-in-laws one could hope for, always welcoming and showing love to all. May he Rest in Eternal Peace, at the right hand of Our Father, amen…….

  2. Marilou and Families my condolences to you all, I can’t imagine your sorrows, Love to all. My friend Rick has always had a special place in my life, I met him in 1961, on 68th St, West Allis, Wi.
    I was lucky to have spent maybe too much time at the McBain house!! loved them all. I would say Rick truly was one of the nicest people I knew, always a very good example what a real man was. I’ll truly miss our once or twice a year phone calls, loved it when he would say hey little brother you staying out of trouble and we would laugh for 30-40 minutes.
    I could go on story after story, I would like to just say a few more things about him and my feelings, he was a friend that has always had my respect, being around him was fun, loved the way he treated me and my wife Mary, he was a great example of all the traits I hoped my children would have. I was always proud to be his friend.

    Mike Wichser

  3. I’m sorry for your loss, Marilou McBain. This is Jim McGuire, my condolences to you.

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