David Martin Richardson

Spanaway, Washington

1957 - 2021


Spanaway, Washington


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David Martin Richardson August 29, 1957 - January 4, 2021 Spanaway, Washington - David passed away after a long battle with diabetes. He loved music, singing karaoke, movies, family and his great-nephews. He was a proud veteran who loved his country. He attended Mt. Tahoma High School class of...

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Still missing you so very much everyday.

Thanks David for Karaoke 2K and for being such an awesome host. You are both remembered and missed.

I first met David when I was 18 at Denny's hanging with a crowd of kids. We remained friends through his stint in the Army and being overseas, his work at Channel 11 and all the years after. Our lives would separate and then out of the blue he would call on my birthday to remind me I was older than he was and we'd be back to calling each other catching up on the parts of our lives we had missed out on. His sense of humor, caring and love of movies and music and his smile will be greatly...

Dave and I worked together for quite a few years and I always admired his extremely quick wit, sharp mind and great sense of humor. He was good at his job and cared about doing it well. Dave knew more about music and movies than anyone I ever met. I know he loved his family and he talked about them all the time. Dave was a good friend and I miss him.

David was the cool friend of the older guys down the street Steve and Eddie Jones. They were always working on their muscle cars and us younger kids would always hang around to watch them race up and down the road back in the late 70's early 80's. Dave would show up with his 65 Mustang and get out with that swagger. As I got older I would hang out with him and Steve at Dave's house in Spanaway on Sundays and watch football. I also would run into him at Tower records on 38th at night after...

David was a very caring and thoughtful person. He is sorely missed.

Iam heart broken.to.hear.that Dave is gone but in a happier place.we grew up as best friends did another of stuff together you will always be missed Dave and my prayers are with your mom. God bless you Dave you will never be forgotten. Your friend Ed Bockman

Have known you since we were kids at Baker. Loved that you were my neighbor and used to come over just to hang out. I will always remember your quick wit, playful personality, and huge heart. You were always so fun to be around. Rip Dave...you will be missed.

Dave you were A Great Friend. I was saddened to hear of your passing. I knew all of your Family, and its still hard to believe. The Love, Joy, and your humor, was always nice. Now you join your Father, Don, and Cathy. I Wish you with God's Love, and A Safe Journey into his Kingdom. God Bless your Mom (Lottie), in the coming days ahead. Love to All of you. May you R.I.P. we'll see one another again...