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Robert E. Lee


April 27 , 1935 - June 01 , 2019

Robert E. Lee Richardson
Robert E. Lee Richardson
1935 - 2019


Wednesday, June 05, 2019
1:00 ~ 8:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Thursday, June 06, 2019
In-State ~ 10:30 AM
Mass ~ 11:00 AM
St. Roch Catholic Church
25022 Gibraltar Road
Flat Rock, MI 48134

Entombment in Michigan Memorial Park



RICHARDSON, Robert E. Lee, age 84, of Ash Twp., June 01, 2019. Beloved husband of 59 years to Jean Richardson . Loving brother of Roger (Judy) Richardson, Arvin (Marty) Richardson, and Janet Richardson (Ron) Reininger and brother-in-law of Tess Richardson. He is preceded in death by his parents Elmer and Mae Richardson and his brother Allan Richardson. Bob was a member of St. Roch’s Catholic Church in Flat Rock and a former member of St. Patrick’s Church in Carleton, for 45 years. He was an usher and instrumental in outfitting jackets for the ushers. He was also member of the men’s club and planned activities for the sports program. He served as Council President. Bob also worked the Fish Fries, Roast Beef Dinners and the Festivals. He served with the Army National Guard for 8 years. Bob made music with his brothers known as the Bob-Katz. He was an avid hunter, bowler and golfer. He loved to work the land. He grew up working on his grandparent’s farm Alec and Blanche Kreyger of New Boston and loved going to farmers’ markets with them and his Uncle Marv.


So very sorry to hear of Bobs passing. My prayers and thoughts are with Jean and the Richardson family. Judy Mills

We will miss you so much Uncle Bob! I have the best childhood memories of our family get togethers, and even better memories as an adult and you helped make those special memories. You were loved and you will be missed. RIP. Ed & Karen de la Pena

I’m so thankful and grateful that you were my uncle. Always full of life and you leave me with many fantastic memories. Love you tons and I'll miss you. RIP Uncle Bob. Kris Kiluk

Uncle Bob was always full of life and his sense of humor always shined through no matter what life brought his way. Bob brought out the best in everyone and exemplified what it means to be good person. He will be forever missed by us. Stephen Kiluk and Gloria Stamat

We are truly sorry for your loss. Uncle Bob will be missed... Love Rachel de la Pena Rachel de la Pena

My condolences to Aunt Jean , I will never forget the Christmas we spent at your place singing Christmas carols by the piano such great memories, I am so sorry for your loss. Chasity robinson

We're very sorry to hear that Uncle Bob has passed. We can all aspire to his degree of vibrance and perseverance. Andrew Kiluk and Leah Savitsky

I have countless fond memories spending summers and Christmas's at Uncle Bob and Aunt Jean's house. Uncle Bob was always such a vibrant and memorable person to be around. The times I spent with Uncle Bob and Aunt Jean helped to influence and define who I am today as their house was always filled with love and joy. I am deeply saddened by his passing and truly sorry for your lose. Uncle Bob will be missed but not forgotten. Love - Chris de la Pena. Chris de la Pena

Dearest Aunt Jean, I am so sorry for your lost. You and Uncle Bob were part of my memorable first years in America, thanks to Karen who introduced me to both of you. Thank you for opening your house and your hearts for me. I loved staying at your house and enjoyed your hospitality. Uncle Bob was always warm and fun. You were always welcoming and loving. I hope you will be granted strength in this difficult time. Hugs and love. Menuk

Rest in peace, uncle Bob. I will always remember you being full of Life, laughter and fun. Susie Kiluk