Eucline C Richardson

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LINDEN Eucline Clifton Richardson, 74, of Linden, passed away Friday, April 3, 2009, at his home in Linden. Services will be 2:00 P.M., Thursday, April 9, 2009, in the chapel of Reeder-Davis-Schindler Funeral Home in Linden with Bros. Alan Priest, Scott Darby, and Bryan Baggett officiating. Burial will be in Union Hill Cemetery under the direction of Reeder-Davis-Schindler Funeral Home. A visitation will be from 6 to 8 P.M., Wednesday, at the funeral home. Mr. Richardson was born January 10, 1935 in Winfield, Texas, to James Franklin and Lillian Tinsley Richardson. He was a retired school maintence worker, a member of the Linden Lions Club, Pinecrest Baptist Church and a Navy veteran. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Betty Jo Richardson, two sisters and one brother. Survivors include his wife, Betty Joyce Richardson of Linden; two sons, Kenneth James Richardson and wife, Linda of Red Hill, and Jeffery David Richardson and wife, Lisa of Washington; a daughter, Barbara Joann Ladieu of Pittsburg, California; two step sons, Wayne Poelhs of Ballinger and John Poelhs of Linden; six brothers and five sisters-in-law, Bobby J. Richardson and Ray Dean and Ida Mae Richardson of Douglassville; Marion and Jan Richardson of Linden; James Edward and Mary Richardson of Hughes Springs; Tommy Jackie and Betty Richardson of Naples; and Gerald and Judy Richardson, of Cason; two sisters and one brother-in-law, Eula Shaddix of Marietta and Kathy and Jimmy Don Russell; eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

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  1. Eucline was fun to visit with.Good memories come from those times.I would love to be with family during this sad time. Love and Prayers Izora and Herbert and family

  2. Dear Barbara, Ken, Jeff and Families,We have such fond memories of your dad. We will always remember his big smile and hearty laugh. We are thankful for the many wonderful family times together and camping trips over the years. May the Lord continue to comfort you during this difficult time. We send our love.

  3. Although I haven't seen or been in touch with Uncle Eucline, I remember him well. My most vivd memory of him was when he got out of the Navy and visited my family in Mesquite, Texas. Rest in peace dear Uncle.

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