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Bernard Joseph Richardson / March 17, 2020

Bernard Joseph Richardson, son of the late Benjamin Tullis Richardson II, and Pearlie Lee Woodard Richardson Monday, March 9, 2020 at his residence.

Bernard was baptized at an early age. He was educated in the New Jersey and North Carolina School System. He was employed with the Mecklenburg House in the maintenance department.

He loved being around his family and friends, watching TV and his passion was his business: “Mr. B On Time Shine” selling car products, which included items to clean vehicles.

He leaves to cherish his memories, his beloved wife of 14 years, Beverly Andrews Richardson; his beloved children: Latonya Richardson-Gary of Kenly, N.C., Joseph Bernard Richardson of Raleigh, N.C., and Brian Rasheed Richardson (Tasha) of Zebulon, N.C., four grandchildren; four sisters: Saleemah S. Sabreen, Janet Hambrick (Barney), Runette Richardson and Frances Richardson; five brothers: Benjamin Richardson III (Dorothy), Stevie Richardson (Musu), Melvin Richardson (Denalda) of Levittown, Pa., Timmy Richardson (Ronda) of Trenton, N.J., and Kevin Richardson (Lushonda); two sister-n-laws: Dorothy Richardson and Lorraine Beasley; brother-n-laws: Kenneth Streeter and Samuel Andrews II; godson: Javon Mayo; special mentor to his nephew, Samuel Andrews III; aunts: Mary Estelle “Slick” Richardson, Classie Mae “Scute” Brown and Georgiana “Badeye” Alston and a host of other relatives nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Services were held Saturday, March 14, at noon at Jerusalem United Holy Church.

Funeral services was entrusted into Carter’s Funeral Home.

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