We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Milton Funeral Home
Mother Willie Mae Richardson was called home to be with the Lord on June 13, 2022. She was born on March 4, 1941, to Ralph and Essie Mae Granger. Mother Richardson attended Pasco County Public Schools where she met and made lasting friendships. She was a very faithful and loyal member of Church of God in Christ, Dade City for over 25 years. Mother Richardson loved the Lord and served with a grateful heart as a member of the Usher Board, Choir, Sunday School Teacher, and Culinary Staff. Mother Richardson was very dedicated and willing to help people get food and other benefits through the Access Benefit Program until her health failed. She retired from Lykes-Pasco with over 30 years of service. Mother Richardson was very patient and would open up her home to any and everyone daily. She was a dedicated Christian who loved her family, and her friends and enjoyed hearing the word of God. She was a quiet woman who served the Lord with her heart, mind, and soul daily. She loved listening to Christian music. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Bernell Brown and Frencha Bradberry; brother, Leroy; granddaughter, Jovante; grandson, Clayton; and great-granddaughter, Audrey. Mother Richardson leaves to cherish her memories and her legacy with her children, Clayton Richardson (Anna), Jolinda Mincy, Carol McPhail (Benny), Loren Richardson, Michael Richardson, Anthony Richardson (Sharmain), Timothy McPhail, and Steven McPhail; 15 beloved grandchildren; 41 beloved great-grandchildren; brother, Eugene Granger (Alberta); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other sorrowing relatives and friends; goddaughter, Virginia Maner; and a special friend, Mother/Evangelist Earlean Scotland.
*Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have implemented necessary procedures during Visitations, Funeral Ceremonies, Gravesides, and other public and private ceremonies. We do ask that all visitors of these services to please continue to wear their masks and please remember to social distance. These new policies may be inconvenient, but due to the severity of the virus, we ask that everyone be considerate, patient, and safe with others as we try to get through this most difficult time. Seating during services may be limited so please be considerate of the immediate family especially.
*If you are attending a Graveside service or an Outdoor Celebration you are welcome to bring your own chair as seating will be limited! We will provide water to make everyone as comfortable as possible. We thank you in advance for your cooperation during this time. We pray that everyone stays safe and cooperative with the current CDC rules.