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William Richardson

William H. Richardson

Tuesday, August 22nd, 1939 - Saturday, February 29th, 2020
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William H. Richardson, 80, of Madera, passed away on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at his home, comfortably surrounded by his wife and daughters.
Born August 23, 1939, he was the son of the late Henry and Ruby (Metro) Richardson.
He married Joyce Marie Peters on August 30, 1958, she survives at home.
He was a graduate of Moshannon Valley High School. He was a member of the Madera United Methodist Church. He had a trade in construction with his blasting license, He also worked for the railroad for numerous years. In 1971, he joined the United Mine Workers of America Local Union 1520 in which he served as president.
He was an avid outdoorsman, in which his passions were hunting and fishing, along with his love for his family and his dogs.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his only son, Billy, one sister Eleanor, and two brothers, Franklin and Paul.
Along with his loving wife, he is survived by two daughters, Debbie Stallone of Philadelphia and Charlene (Roger) Berg of Glendale; four grandchildren, Jeffrey Stallone, Michelina Stallone, both of Philadelphia, Alaina (Ethan) Houtz of Carlisle, and Shawn Richardson of Philipsburg; two great-granddaughters, Catalina and Calessandra Cuello of Philadelphia.
Services will be private at the convenience of the family with Rev. Robert Ford officiating.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Madera UMC, 96 Spruce St., Madera, PA 16661.
Arrangements entrusted to Kruise-Spewock Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc., Madera.
Condolences may be made at www.kruise-spewock.com
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charlene richardson berg

Posted at 08:33am
My Dad, My Hero. I feel comfort knowing you're not in pain anymore. You were one tough cookie all of your life. Now, you're with my other Hero in Heaven. My Beloved Brother Billy. Thanks for taking me fishing, hunting, long Sunday drives, buying me anything I wanted, and, just EVERYTHING. I even left my bike in the driveway one time. And, you came home from work, and, not seeing it, ran it over. Not even getting mad at me. But, you, as kind hearted as you're, went and bought me another. I sure will miss talking about Football with you, not too mention, everything else. I will long to hear your voice in person, and, on my answering machine. Thanks for being the BEST DAD, AND, HUSBAND TO MOM. I LOVE YOU DAD! Charlene~

Patty McGary Richards

Posted at 12:34am
About 45 yrs. ago Charlene and I were out riding our pony's , it was late when we arrived back to Betz and I was going to let my pony there for the night . In the meantime Bill came outside to get control of that crazy goat so I could put my pony in the coral . Little did I know but the joke was about to be on me . I led my pony into the barn and into the coral Bill released the goat and that crazy thing chased me right up a tree ! ! ! I was terrified , all I could hear was Bill , Char, and Joyce laughing there butts off, and oh yeah they left me up that tree for what seemed like eternity , lol . 😆 . I will never forget Bill's laughter that day , he was quite a prankster . . My heart and prayers are with all of you at this time , Love always , Patty . 💕
 
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charlene richardson berg Posted at 08:33am

You & I had so many good times together. Love You Patty. Thanks for all the buttered noodles. lol..
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