By Brecken Branstrator
Rick Wolf, a sales representative with Royal Chain, died at the age of 68 of natural causes.
New York--Longtime Royal Chain sales representative Rick Wolf died unexpectedly June 6 of natural causes.

Wolf was born April 16, 1949, in Chicago.

The Coral Springs, Florida resident loved his family and took great pride in them. He also was passionate about his work, forming many long-lasting friendships over his 30-year career in Florida.

Wolf was with the Royal Chain Group for more than 11 years, serving clients throughout the state.

“Rick was a friend and colleague and part of the Royal Chain family,” Vice President of Sales Gary Austein said. “He was the consummate professional and a magnificent person. We offer our deepest sympathy to his wonderful family and many friends as well as his customers throughout the state of Florida.”

He is survived by his son, Gavin Wolf; daughter Brie Mazin and her husband Evan; granddaughters Sydney and Slade; his friend and children’s mother, Millicent Wolf Wight; sister Sharon Spiwak; and nephews Scot and Marc.

Services were held June 11 at the Star of David Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Funeral Chapel in North Lauderdale, Florida.

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