ForeverMissed
Richard S. Shaw age 75 passed away peacefully on February 27, 2020. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Brenda; 3 step-children: Brian Jackson(Marsha), Shawn Jackson (Chrissy), and Janet J. Moore; 7 grandchildren: Kayla Berry(Chris), Heather Jackson, Joshua Jackson, Ryan Jackson, Jonathan Jackson, Chase Moore and Carmen Moore and 1 great-grandson, Jackson Berry; His Brother Jerry L Shaw (Ester) and a niece Cherie and a nephew J.J.Shaw also survive him. There will be an immediate family only ceremony of life and placing of the ashes. Richard was born in Wilsonville, AL where his heart remained. He was well known and loved by his community and will live on in many memories.




Professional services provided by W. E. Lusain Funeral Home of Birmingham, AL.
Posted by Carol Lucas on March 6, 2020
He was a man who enjoyed making you laugh. I'm sure there are many friends like myself that will miss him. So sorry for your loss. 
Posted by Yvonne Raia on March 6, 2020
Brenda, my heart hurts for you and your family. Richard aka Big Baby was such a big teddy bear. Bill used to talk about the times he and Richard spent together. He had such good memories of Richard. You are in my thoughts and prayers darling. I love you.
Posted by Sheila Finley on March 6, 2020
I will always remember him for the laughs and the jokes. He always made me laugh. I just loved him. He loved our community and he loved Brenda. I will truly miss him. Rest in peace my sweet friend.

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Posted by Carol Lucas on March 6, 2020
He was a man who enjoyed making you laugh. I'm sure there are many friends like myself that will miss him. So sorry for your loss. 
Posted by Yvonne Raia on March 6, 2020
Brenda, my heart hurts for you and your family. Richard aka Big Baby was such a big teddy bear. Bill used to talk about the times he and Richard spent together. He had such good memories of Richard. You are in my thoughts and prayers darling. I love you.
Posted by Sheila Finley on March 6, 2020
I will always remember him for the laughs and the jokes. He always made me laugh. I just loved him. He loved our community and he loved Brenda. I will truly miss him. Rest in peace my sweet friend.
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Shared by Lyla Davis-Sickles on March 8, 2020
You have always made me laugh where ever I saw you digging a water hole to Dollaer General and passing you on the Road .  See You in Heaven My Friend !!!! 
Shared by Angie Glass on March 6, 2020
Sorry for your loss, I have know Sylvester all my life we have had some good laugh and good times together as friends he use to come and play cards at my house with me and my late husband (Carl) he was a great man and friend, R.I.P MY FRIEND.
      Angie Glass