William Richardson Obituary: Reflecting On a Remarkable Life!

William attended the Newburgh Enlarged City School System and graduated from the Newburgh Free Academy (NFA). He continued his studies at Sullivan County Community College, where he earned a diploma as a Medical Laboratory Assistant.

He pursued his education as a Pre-Med student at the University of Buffalo. Here, he joined the Omega Psi-Phi Fraternity – the Q Family.

He received his Funeral Director’s License in 1979 after graduating from the American Academy McAllister Institute School of Mortuary Science in New York, NY. William was still working in his career over forty years later. In this article, we’ll learn more about William Richardson’s obituary and death.

William Richardson Obituary

William Richardson, 82, The beer industry suffered a significant blow on July 29, 2023, when William T. Richardson died peacefully surrounded by his family.

William was also known as Bill, Billy, Rich, Pop Pop, Quicky Rich, Dollar Bill, Pop, and many other nicknames. Bill was born on August 14, 1940, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to the late Charles E. Richardson and Anna M. Richardson.

Bill was the youngest of three children, the other two being Charles Richardson and Ree Palmer. They were raised in the little town of Avalon, New Jersey. Bill enlisted in the Air Force after graduating from high school. Bill met Patricia Smith in 1967, and they married in 1967 until her heavenly visit in 1979.

Tina, Kevin, and Jimmy were their three children. Bill afterward “twice” married Carole Reynolds, whom he loved and cared for until her death in November 2011.

William Richardson Obituary

Bill spent 21 years in the military. During the Vietnam War, he valiantly and proudly supported the United States. He was stationed in Greenland’s Thule for a brief battle with the cold. He later relocated to California before settling in Delaware, where he retired.

Soon after retiring from the military, he spent another 21 years in the civil sector. Those who met him were captivated by his captivating, ornery, straight-talking humor. Bill worked hard, loved hard, played hard, lived hard, and lived life to the fullest.

He was an active fisherman who loved water sports and anything involving his family and friends, as well as dirt racing. Bill’s fondest memories were of witnessing his children and grandchildren achieve their goals. Whether it was his job, his hobbies, or sports, he was usually on the sidelines with a beer in hand and a loud shout. He belonged to the American Legion, the VFW, and the Moose Lodge.

Tina Marie Wills (Don) of Felton, DE and Kevin Richardson of Magnolia, DE survive him. Sheri Booth of Seaford, DE, and Jimbob Cochran of Magnolia, DE, are stepchildren.

Jimmy Wills (Sam) of Felton, DE, Kevin Richardson of Honolulu, HI, Michael Wills (Mackenzie) of Felton, DE, Patrick Wills (Hannah) of Felton, DE, and Brandon Grasso of Maryland are among the grandchildren.

Aiva Richardson, Kinsley Wills, Hazel Wills, and Nevaeh Cochran are great-grandchildren.

Southside Baptist Church, 4904 S. Dupont Hwy, Dover, DE 19901, will host a visitation on August 12, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Services and a Military Honor Ceremony will take place at 12 p.m. In lieu of flowers, we would appreciate a donation to the Leukemia Foundation in memory of his son Jimmy Richardson.

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