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James Richardson Obituary
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December 06, 2016

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September 8, 2016
So very sorry to learn of Jim's passing. He was a dear and treasured friend of mine during our years together at Wertheim Schroder (later Schroder Wertheim). I'll always remember his smile and his laugh (as well as his dislike of elevators).

Stuart Johnson
August 16, 2016
Richardson family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Memorable golf, horse racing, and William's stories. I'm so blessed to have had the opportunity to spend with your family. Many thoughts and prayers to all of you.
August 15, 2016
It was my great pleasure to work with Jim for many years while he was at Wertheim & Co. We stayed in touch after we left Wertheim. We had many enjoyable and entertaining lunches, particularly with his good friend at the time, Gary Koenig.

I know that he always loved Williams College and never really left. He spoke about it often.

He was a great American, having served our country in the Navy. He was a man of honor, integrity and an example of the best that Wall Street has to offer. He was a stand-up guy and I was privileged to be his friend.

For those of us who value America and Wall Street, he will be missed.

Kenneth H. Fields
August 15, 2016
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