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Dick Stewart Richardson

August 23, 1958 ~ December 24, 2011

Dick Stewart Richardson, 53, passed away on December 24, 2011 in his residence. Dick was a lifelong resident of Sulphur. After graduating from Sulphur High he attended McNeese State University. Dick owned several local businesses and later went to work for WR Grace until retiring in 2006. He was a member of Sulphur United Pentecostal Church. Dick loved the outdoors, the beach, hunting, fishing, camping and his family. There will be a memorial service on January 3, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at Sulphur United Pentecostal Church on Moss Lake in Sulphur with Rev. David Gunter officiating. Dick is survived by his wife, Laura Richardson of Sulphur, two daughters, Ashley Wood and husband, Mark and Amber Westbrook and husband, Brady all of Sulphur, four step-daughters, Rashonda Duncan and husband, Jeremy of Cypress, TX, Nickie Abshire and husband, Dale of Sulphur, Carri Mann and husband, Royce of Sulphur, and Terri Sullivan of Lake Charles, 9 grandchildren, Alexis Bowser, Aidan and Adyson Wood, Layla Duncan, Ashton and Caoimhe Abshire, Chris and Josh Mann and Joey Duhon, and one uncle, Lance Stewart and wife, Veleta of TX. He was preceded in death by his father, Dick Richardson and mother Mary Stewart Kandik. The family would like to thank Odyssey Hospice, especially Vickie and Julie.

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  1. So sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family, during this time. Keith& Stefani Ortego

  2. Laura, I want to say how sorry I am for your loss. He was such a sweet man and I could see he loved you greatly. Please give his children my sympathies also. If you need anything just call. Prayers going out to you and yours, Shelia

  3. two waters, one of salt one a clear limstone mountain stream, we fished in them, side by side, some time we talked, sometimes we just enjoyed the fishing. whether i was down there fishing the intercoastals with him, or him with me fishing the ozark streams i call home, we were of one mind, kindred spirits–we fished for both fish and the brotherhood of man–i will not forget you my friend—god bless–wayne

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I'm so sorry for your loss of a great man. May he rest in peace with Mary and watch over all of you. May you be showered with blessings with such a void as this one. My deepest sympathy, Gay Thompson


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