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Randy S Richardson

Randy Steven Richardson July 17, 1953 - April 30, 2021 (67 years old) Lenexa, Kansas Sympathy flowers Share your support Light a candle Illuminate their memory Randy Steven Richardson Obituary Here is Randy Steven Richardson’s obituary. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences. It is always difficult saying goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Randy Steven Richardson (Lenexa, Kansas), born in Kansas City, Missouri, who passed away at the age of 67, on April 30, 2021. You can send your sympathy in the guestbook provided and share it with the family. You may also light a candle in honor of Randy Steven Richardson or send a beautiful flower arrangement to the funeral service. He was predeceased by : his parents, Jim Richardson and Chris Richardson (Dobson); and his wife Connie Ann Hennington. He is survived by : his sons, James and Cory; his brother Ed; and his grandchildren, Annabelle, Patrick, Savannah, Zachary and SaraBeth. A celebration of life will be held on Wednesday, May 5th 2021 at 6:30 PM at the Providence Community Church (10113 Lenexa Dr,

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05/05/21 05:26 PM #1    

Phillip Fivgas

May 4, 2021

Today I found out that Randy Richardson died in his sleep, April 30, 2021. Randy and I go back a ways to Jr. HS at Hocker Grove, Trailridge, then SMW, & SMNW. We’ve been communicating lots since August 2020, when I finally opened up on Facebook and found him there. For all those years before it was the phrase, “Just holler!” Sadly, we both had some high expectations of getting together this year, even maybe a grad reunion for the SMNW class of 1971.

Few months ago on the phone I asked Randy if he remembered the bomb threats we got when at Trailridge. Yup! Haha! You remember we’d play some hairy War Ball games (Smash Mouth), with Tom Trigg in PE and a guy named Gary Mayfield. Anyway, I remembered we had a bomb scare while in PE and it was wet outside, everybody had been told to get out of the building. Well, Randy told me, “Yeah, do you remember Candy Clark?” Yeah! Well, while I was riding around on the back of Tom Trigg in PE clothes, Randy was meeting Candy. Wow! I had no idea that’s where they met.

Anyway, lots of those memories we spoke about over the course of these past nine months included; Glenn Griffith, Dicky Beasley, Lynn Tharp, Gary Simpson, Charly Savings, Becky Benton, Harry Hosford, and so many others. Randy had so many friends that it’d be hard to know them all, he was like part of everything back then. Randy's mom use to take us to places using the first Toyota in Kansas, like the skating rink for Sock Hops, Coyas Castle, (where we were underage for afterhours), and of course school dances/parties. We had loads of fun.

We give our condolences and pray for those Randy leaves behind. Randy and I spoke of the love of God in Jesus Christ through both of our loses of spouses and other loved ones near to us. We even spoke of classmates that were already gone. Randy professed his relationship with Christ and even called on me a few times over these recent months to pray and give him advise. By God’s grace we’ll be able to see him in a glorified body in a place where there is no sin or death. No tears, toil, or sadness. Thankfully, I got to spend some time speaking with him before the Lord took him. May the Lord be glorified in Randy’s time in this world.

“Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of His godly ones.” (Psalm 116:15)

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