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Neil Alexander Richardson

Eugene, Oregon

1927-2014

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Neil Alexander Richardson was born on December 14, 1927 in the small town of Hugo, Oregon to Hugh and Martha Richardson. Hugh worked for the railroad, requiring them to move several times before they settled in Dallas, Oregon, where they raised their four kids. An outstanding athlete at Dallas...

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I remember when I first started working, Neil would come in everyday and say hello to all of us. He was a very dear and sweet man. He would pass out our checks and make a game of guessing our middle name, mine was on my check so he would laugh and say, "wait, I know your middle name". Always enjoyed his visits and wonderful smile. You will be greatly missed Neil. Diane T.

To the Richardson Family, our condolences. - Christian Raniszewski and David Gordon

To the Family: It has been a joy to know Neil. I remember he would come and say hi to all of us and he would always say Happy Monday. He loved my husbands smoked salmon ! I will miss him and have much care and respect for him. He has left such a legacy.

To Kelly and the rest of the Richardson family, I'm so sorry to hear about Neil's passing. I pray for peace and comfort for the entire family. I wish I had the opportunity to have gotten to know Mr Neil better, sounds like he was awesome man. Have peace in knowing that he is no longer in pain and is in a better place now.... Amen!

You will be greatly missed!
Erin M.

A birthday celebration for Neil

I always enjoyed working and visiting with Neil. He was friendly and kind. During his later years he continued to pickup the the mail and distributed it to all of us--even on Saturdays. I have fond memories of doughnut Tuesdays when he would bring doughnuts for the office. Thanks Neil. You will be missed.

To all the Richardsons, I'm so sorry to hear the news about Neil. I remember whenever I was at the Richardson house I always felt as welcome as if I was one of their kids (which at some times I suppose they were glad I wasn't!!). Mrs. Richardson, Kip, Dani, Kelly . . . my thoughts are with you.