Dr. Richard Eugune Kuhn, 90, of Barrington


Richard Eugene Kuhn, M.D., 90, passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013.

Dr. Kuhn was a graduate of Seton Hall College and Hahnemann University School of Medicine (now Allegheny College). He served the United States of America honorably in both the Army and the Air Force, retiring with the rank of Captain. He practiced most recently at Roger Williams Medical Center and The Miriam Hospital in Providence, RI, and at Notre Dame Hospital in Central Falls, RI. Prior to moving to Rhode Island, Dr. Kuhn practiced at Passaic General Hospital and Beth Israel Hospital in New Jersey. He was also the physician for the Okanite Company.

An avid boater, Dr. Kuhn enjoyed time on the water with family and friends throughout his life, and spent countless hours on the waters near his home in Barrington, and around Cape Cod, Mass.

Dr. Kuhn was the beloved husband of the late Elaine Burgess Annable Kuhn, the father of the late Richard Eugene Kuhn, Jr., and the father-in-law of the late Albert Knight Antonio. He is survived by his daughter Karen Elaine Kuhn Antonio; his daughter Denise Anne Kuhn Rochlin and her husband Robert Rochlin; his daughter Carol Anne Kuhn Ryan and her husband J. Ryan; his grandson, namesake and good friend Richard Eugene Kuhn, III, Esq.; his 12 grandchildren and their spouses; and his four great-granchildren.


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