RICHARD D. ELLSWORTH\n\n\nBorn August 12, 1927 in Blackfoot, Idaho to Rose Ball Ellsworth and Louis Jerome Ellsworth, Richard (Dick) is survived by his devoted wife of 62 years Naomi Campbell Ellsworth, children Richard K. Ellsworth [Barbara] and Cynthia J. Jonas, four (4) grandchildren and brother Donald M. Ellsworth [Jeanenne]. His parents and son-in-law Gordon M. Jonas predeceased him. \n\nDick earned a two-year certificate from the University of Idaho Southern Branch (now Idaho State University) and B.S and M.S degrees in engineering from the University of Utah. He was a structural engineer with Blaw-Knox Company in Pittsburgh PA and owner of general contracting firms Campbell-Ellsworth, Inc. and Na-Rich Enterprises, Inc. in Pittsburgh PA. He was also President of the Board of Directors of Pittsburgh Terminal Properties (now River Walk Corporate Centre) for many years. \n\nDick was involved in a number of professional, civic and fraternal organizations in the Pittsburgh area. He was Governor of District 13 Toastmasters International, Director and Chapter President of Associated Builders and Contractors of Western PA, Director of Western PA Chapter of the Associated General Contractors, Director and Chapter President of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Concrete Institute as well as a member of Baldwin Community United Methodist Church. He attained the level of a 32nd degree Mason in the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite and Syria Temple. \n\nDick was a strong advocate of the engineering profession and was licensed as an engineer in Pennsylvania and Arizona. He was a Fellow and Life Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers along with being a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers. \n\nUpon retiring to Tucson, AZ he was involved with the Service Corps of Retired Executives in Tucson, AZ and served in various capacities in Christ Church United Methodist in Tucson, AZ. He maintained an active lifestyle in his retirement years and hiked with the Tucson Hiking Club to the peaks of many of the area's mountains. \n\nHe passed away on February 3. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to the Shriner's Hospital for Children, 3551 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140. Memorial Services will be held at a later date. \n\nDick's serious nature with a dry sense of humor was loved and appreciated by all. He will be sorely missed by his family and all who knew him.