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Miriam Dorene Richardson Dies at 88

Miriam Dorene Richardson

Ms. Miriam Dorene Richardson, better known as “Mirrie,” was born Dec. 24, 1931, and died on July 2, 2020.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Matilda Richardson; father, Edgar Reid; and stepmother, Alma Reid.

She is survived by her daughter, Crisma Richardson; stepdaughter, Marie Mussington; brother, Christian Richardson; grandson, Joshua Colaire; nephews: Terrence and Christian Richardson (Junior) and families; niece, Joy Jarvis-Richardson and family; and sister-in-law, Mrs. Edith Richardson (Joanie).

She is also survived by her cousins: Antonio Rogers, Calvin Rogers, Angela Richardson, Alice Richardson, Cedric Gumbs, Shefton Richardson, Vincent Gibson, Claudius Welsh, Elvet Welsh, Lindy Davis, Junio (Chaka) Davis, Hugh Carty, Leonard Carty, Cedric Carty, Leona Carty, Ashton Richardson Glenford Greaux, Gloria Bass, Justin Brooks, Cynthia Brooks, Bernard Reid, Lucas Reid, Ambrose Reid, Rhona Carty, Lolita Richardson, Vernol Richardson, Vivian Richardson, Wilmoth Richardson and Clive Richardson.

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Other survivors include close friends and associates: Rev. Dunstan Richardson and Amy Richardson, Vida Garnet, Ola Hodge, Bernadette Reid, May Connor and Sherwin Carty, also, Bernadette Lorainey, Monica Prince, the general membership of the Zion Assembly Church, and the management and staff and residents of Lucinda Millin Home.

The viewing for Ms. Miriam Dorene Richardson will be held from noon to 1 p.m., Thursday, July 30, with the funeral service immediately following at 1 p.m. at Turnbull’s Funeral Home, St. Thomas. Family and friends are asked to accept this information.

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