NEIL-RICHARDSON-Obituary

NEIL RICHARDSON

Tacoma, Washington

1933 - 2018

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Neil Richardson Neil, age 85, of Tacoma, Washington, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on March 24, 2018. Neil was born in McPherson, Kansas to Lester and Martha Richardson on January 7, 1933. He attended Clover Park High Schools, graduating with the class of 1953. Clover Park...

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Neil was a great man he always made sure we were clean shaven lookin good he was fair thats for sure he will be missed.

May your body rest in peace and your spirit fly free. May your family find peace and comfort during this time of pain.

Thank you for letting me be a part of the legacy your family has built.

You always took the time to come say hello and get to know all of us personally. Thank you!

Sometimes words are not adequate enough to convey heart felt emotions. Grieve well and deeply for he loved you all well and deeply. Hugs to all when I see you again.
Love, Jakki

I have been blessed to work for Rainier View for 24 years now. I cannot begin to express the admiration I have for Neil and the way he treated me as a valued employee, always wanting to know how life was going. You truly treated your employees as family. I have been so inspired by your drive and love for what you have built.
My prayers are with the family for comfort.

As I sit here and I look at your picture all I can do is smile. I remember my first week working for your companies, you can through the front doors and you said who the new girl with a huge smile on your face. I introduced myself and shot you back a huge smile. I am going to miss seeing that smile every time you come in and out the front doors of the office. It was an honor to work for you. May the Lord bring Peace to your family during this time. Your memory will forever live within our...

I'm blessed to have met and worked for the Richardson family. Who, for years have took on many risks and challenges to develop a business empire in the water industry and create many jobs for families in Western Washington. Very few men live to work like yourself, rest in peace, and thank you.

sorry for ur loss went to school with neil at parkland jr high in the 50"s

I'll never forget you trying to sing Happy Birthday (over the phone while you were in the hospital) to me this year even though you could barely talk. I know just how important your company and the people who worked here were to you. Thank you for everything :)

Thanks for everything Neil. You will be missed!