ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ronald Richardson, 81 years old, born on June 11, 1937, and passed away on April 30, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ronald & Nancy Richardson on May 1, 2019
Honey' I love you more than I ever did, Great Husband loving. I have 44 years of loving you and I will love you until we meet again. You got to see your MOM &Dad, Bingo so many people that you knew. You were a great provider worked 36 years at SMC. I miss you so much. There are so many memories good and bad the good outweighs the bad. Every time there is a Red Cardinal in the yard I know it will be you visiting. You are my Sun Shine my only sun shine you made me happy when skies are grey.

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Posted by Ronald & Nancy Richardson on May 1, 2019
Honey' I love you more than I ever did, Great Husband loving. I have 44 years of loving you and I will love you until we meet again. You got to see your MOM &Dad, Bingo so many people that you knew. You were a great provider worked 36 years at SMC. I miss you so much. There are so many memories good and bad the good outweighs the bad. Every time there is a Red Cardinal in the yard I know it will be you visiting. You are my Sun Shine my only sun shine you made me happy when skies are grey.
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Thinking of you often...

Shared by Lorie Burnett on April 30, 2020
Ron,

I think of you often...  You are in Heaven and with your loved ones...  When I walk by the home you lived in I smile, thinking a great man lived there...  A few weeks ago a beautiful male cardinal landed on the shed in my yard and began singing...  My first thought was of you and "I said hello Ron"  It sat on the shed for minutes looking directly at me...  I know you are no longer in pain and the angels are holding you when you miss your loved ones on earth...

“It’s hard when you miss people. But you know if you miss them, that means you’re lucky. It means you had someone special in your life, someone worth missing.” 


Love ya and always will be in my heart...

Lorie