Dick is manager of Ricart's Equity Analysis Center. He leads a team that appraises and reconditions the used cars and trucks that Ricart accepts on trade. The goal is to get the cars ready for resale.
Dick joined Ricart in 1994. In the past, he has worked in Ricart’s phone room, as a sales manager, a general sales manager at Ricart Vanland, in special financing and as a senior sales consultant.
Dick is a former mayor of Junction City, Ohio. His civic service has also included two terms on city council and service on the Board of Public Affairs. He has also served as a Perry County central committeeman.
He holds an associate’s degree in business from Atlantic College, Atlanta, GA. In his spare time, he plays piano and organ.
He also loves antiques and restoring antiques. In fact, he lives in a house built in 1904, and he and his wife have furnished it in a turn-of-the-century style. Among his favorites: a late 1800s Victorian chair stained with oxblood, his great grandfather’s armoire, and an oak sewing rocker and hall tree, both built in the 1800s.