On Saturday, November 16, 2019, we lost our patriarch, Richard Nimey.
Rich began his work in the car business as a young child in Washington Mills. In 1964, he began to build his business on the corner of Culver and Bleecker Streets. He took significant pride in each and every repair. He always needed to know how every part functioned and its purpose.
In 1979, he met the love of his life, his Earthly angel, Cynthia. A year after they were married he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis but they never allowed it to disable them. Through sheer determination, perseverance, and faith in God, he continued to build his business, and built his perfect family. He brought up three boys in the car business and church.
Rich taught us the most important thing: to always lead with morals and ethics. We continue the work of his Empire and will continue to grow and pass it on to each generation ahead.
No matter how sick he was or how much pain he was in, he never stopped praying for everyone around him. Nor did he ever miss work. Up until his last hours he worried about the dealership, its customers, and most importantly, all of its employees.
Richard Nimey, 1947-2019