We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Dayton
Deborah Ann (Deb) Richardson was the most loving mom and grandmother that a person could have. She was happiest when her children, siblings and grandchildren were around. She frequently opened her home to those who had nowhere else to go and took in people who no one else gave a chance. She loved people and it showed in nearly everything she did. Deb was a homemaker for most of her life. She happily spent her time raising her eight children and eventually babysitting for several of her seventeen grandchildren. She was loving and funny and kind and she gave everything to her family.
Deb was baptized on January 14, 2006. She became a devoted member of the Kindom Hall and a devout Jehovah’s Witness. She loved the lord and lived her life according to his teachings.
She was preceded in death by her mother Ophelia Richardson, sisters, Cochita Monie, Cheryl Richardson and Sylvia Robinson.
She is celebrated in life by her daughters: Lisa Lowery, Cleopatra Richardson, Erica Richardson, Kimberly Richardson -Baker and Precious Baker; sons, Emanuel Richardson, Phillip Richardson and Keleaf Baker; sister, Shelia Richardson; brother, Timothy Richardson and a host of nieces, nephews and seventeen grandchildren & lots of close family friends.