Richard W. McKinney, 86, of Lakewood, CA. 
Dick was born and raised in San Pedro, graduating from San Pedro High School. He graduated from Compton College and served in the Air Force during the Koran War. He was a 36-year employee at Robertshaw Contols in Long Beach.
Dick was a member of 1st Baptist Church of Lakewood; Robertshaw Grayson Management Club; active with the Reunion Committee for San Pedro High School; and, served five years as the President of the Agape Christian Home Board of Directors. He also was well known at the American Red Cross where he had donated over 37 gallons of blood.  
He is survived by his wife June; sons Don and Rick, daughter Ginger Drown; 8 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren and 1 great-great grandson.
Interment was held at Green Hills and a Memorial Service will be held on December 28 at Arbor Road Church (1st Baptist Church of Lakewood) 5336 Arbor Road, Long Beach.
Memorial Contributions are suggested to either the American Red Cross or the American Heart Association.

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