Freddie Lee Richardson

 

Freddie Lee Richardson
Freddie Lee Richardson

Freddie Lee Richardson, 91, of Amarillo, TX passed away on December 28, 2023.

Services will be at 10:00 A.M., Saturday, January 6, 2024, at First Family Church, 6101 Bell St., with Brother Billy Nickell officiating. Private burial will be at Dreamland Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Freddie was born in Jackson, Tennessee on December 10, 1932, to Dorothy (Ezell) and Cecil Richardson. He served in the United States Army and saw action in the Korean War and was awarded the Korean Service Medal w/1 Bronze Service Stars.

Freddie served as an evangelist from the early fifties and then served as a pastor of Souls Harbor Church in Amarillo, Texas for 38 years. He also served on the staff at First Family Church in Amarillo, Texas until his retirement.

Freddie loved helping missionaries to be able to spread the love of God around the world.

Freddie was married to Edna from December 31, 1961, until her death on September 11, 2018. He married his wife Delores on July 25, 2020.

Survivors include wife, Delores Richardson; son, Kenny Richardson and wife Vicky, of Harlen, Georgia; daughter, Linda Seals and husband Gary of Springfield, Missouri; granddaughter, Lynette Fine and husband Anthony of Pilot Point, Texas; great-granddaughter, Audry Mae; stepdaughters, Carla Dodgen and husband Mike of Lindale, Texas, and Carol Wempen and husband Sam of Happy, Texas, and their families.

5 Replies to “Freddie Lee Richardson”

  1. I met Brother and Sister Richardson in the mid 80s as we were there for the New Year Eve revival. Boy did we have church, They fed us well. We were there several times thru the years. They even put us up when I came to town for a funeral. Due to a stroke I am unable to attend, sure wished I could. He was a good man, I have great memories of him and Soul’s Harbor Church.

  2. I knew Freddie most of my life. He would preach revivals for my brother Elton around the Little Rock, Arkansas area. He would stay at our home during these times. In 1976 DiAnn and I were the associate pastors of a church in Little Rock…Freddie and Edna came for a revival and they stayed with us. We had such a great time together. So many memories…but what I remember so vividly is his prayer life. Getting up early in the morning, walking to the church to pray. We are going to miss him. Condolences to his family. With Love, Glenn & DiAnn Cole

  3. I have so many fond memories of brother Richardson. I cleaned the church for Brother and Sister Richardson he would sneak up on me and scare me. That is one of many fond memories I have of him he is definitely going to be missed by many people. He has touched so many peoples lives, and he has been a blessing to me until we meet again, my beloved pastor and friend.

  4. What a wonderful man of God I am so honored that I got to meet him and got to sit under his ministry for a while I learned a lot he will be dearly missed, but I know he is shouting in heaven in the streets of glory. I love you, Pastor Richardson, you were the best, ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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