NEIL-RICHARDSON-Obituary

NEIL H. RICHARDSON

Brooklyn Heights, Ohio

Jul 7, 1928 – Aug 4, 2012 (Age 84)

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RICHARDSON NEIL H. RICHARDSON, age 84, of Brooklyn Hts.; U.S. Marine Corps Veteran; beloved husband, for 58 years, of Barbara (nee Bailey); loving father of William (Dora), Patti Boyert (Michael), and Nancy Wygonski (Chris); dear grandfather of Jennifer, Ben (Stefanie), Lee, Neil, Rebecca (D.J.),...

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I am sorry for the loss of this great man. I worked in the greenhouse with tomatos lettuce and English cucumbers in 1979. Sorry I lost contact over the years

I will always remember Neil's kindness to his employees.

Dear Barb & Family:
I'm so sorry I just found out about Neil Passing away today (Aug. 10). I feel bad about missing the memorial. Neil was a good person and longtime neighbor. When he was still able to do his walks he would always stop by and chat if I was outside. I always felt a connection since our home was on his Dad's original property. He will be missed by a lot of people in the community.

Dear Barb and Family,
I'm so sorry I did not find out about Neil until today (Aug 10). He was a good person and longtime neighbor, I'll always remember that he always had something interesting to say. When he was still able to do his walks he would stop by and chat if I was outside. My sympathy goes out to all of you. God Bless...

Dear Nancy and Family-
Sorry for the loss of your father.

Neil is huge legend in Old Brooklyn. Great, great, man. My thoughts and prayers to the extended Richardson Family.

What a great picture. I did not have the pleasure to meet such a local icon. Thoughts & prayers to you all. I'm sure all the locals (family included) appreciate this man's great achievements in all the roles he had to play. I bid a warm "Thank You" to this man I never knew but certainly appreciate. May your legacy live on.

Dear Richardson Family,
As a child growing up in the tri-vergent community known as the "Cuyahoga Heights School District"....during the 60's & 70's...I know I'm not alone in coming to the realization of what a special time and place it was....and this was partly acheived by the PARENTS of certain families ...who were just going about there business...raising a family ...instilling values in there children ...which would carry those young souls ...into a happy...

My deepest sympathies. Neil was my very first boss at Richardson's so many years ago. God bless you all.