Mickey Richardson

 

Mickey Richardson was born, December 17th 1969 in Hawthorne California.

Mickey was always an exceptional child, with a high IQ. Mickey graduated from Artesia High School 0n 1987, while being there he played Varsity football and Graduated with High Honors as Valedictorian of his class. He continued his education by going to the University of Washington, and receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.

He later became an Entrepreneur, starting several businesses, while at the same time a Community activist with the Seattle Seafair Commordore’s, as an Ambassador.

Mickey created a software program for Students to gain entrance to colleges around the Seattle area.

With his greatest love being Music for which he excelled. He enjoyed being and entertainer performer, with Seattles own MAIN ATTRACTION with his Brother Antowaine Richardson. Mickey also as a, writer of Songs which he produced released and sold domestically and to foreign Markets through his Own Production Company.

Mickey was given accommodation from Governor Jed Bush, and the New York Police Department for his 9/11 Freedom Song. His Music is still actively being sold in foreign markets. Most importantly from a young child he had showed interest in spiritual things and would inquire, and study the bible with his oldest brother Frederick Richardson.  He learned that Jehovah God would one day swallow up death forever through his Son Jesus Christ.

Mickey leaves behind his Mother Alice, and Dad King David Beasly, Brothers Frederick, Antowaine, Derrick and,Sister Shirii Jackson, and a host of Niesces, Nephews, and Relatives.

2 Responses to “Mickey Richardson”

  • Toni Love says:

    Twaine, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. Sending my love and condolences.

  • Danny Redman says:

    My condolences to the family. It is with deep regret that I just found out today about Micky’s passing. He was a Great man, full of energy, positivity, and always had an infectious smile, even when things were not going his way. He had a Great personality, and placing a smile to the faces of those who came in contact with him seemed effortless on his part. I was blessed to have been his college roomate during our first year in college, and had the opportunity to meet with his family during my first road trip to LA. He will be truly missed. May God comfort the family and his other Loved ones.

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