Rudolph M Richerson
Service for Rudolph "Rudy" M. Richerson, 93, of Cleburne, will be conducted at 10:00 A.M. Friday, March 27, 2020 in the Crosier-Pearson Cleburne Chapel. Chaplain Eddy Carrell will officiate. Burial will follow at 11:00 A.M. in the Lane Prairie Cemetery.

Rudy Richerson was born September 28, 1926 in Cleburne, Texas to Ruben Martin and Bessie Lula (Craig) Richerson. He enlisted in the U.S. Army September 27, 1946 and was discharged January 1948 in Seattle, Washington. He was a retired Machinist.

Rudy enjoyed Chicken Express and visiting Walls Hospital to have lunch with all his friends there. Reading the Bible, and visiting neighbors were things that he found important. Playing solitaire and listening to the Rangers games on the radio were some of his favorite pastimes.

Survivors include his cousin, Jerry Dale Craig; second cousin, Glenda Force; and many friends, including Daphne Hawkins and husband Doug, Brayden Hawkins, Brigg Hawkins, Josh Hawkins, and Cheryl and Joe Davis.

He was preceded in death by his parents; cousin, Paula Jowel; and friend, Charlie Lyons.
Published on March 24, 2020


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Jill Carmel Larson
Mar 25, 2020
Dear Rudy's family,
This is an open letter to ya'all. My dad John Brooks died way back in 1995-he was the one who got run over in downtown Cleburne. Anyway Rudy was such a blessing to our family back then since we were in shock since our dad was in good health 71y old He and Rudy had coffee every morning at McDonald's and talked about college football. My brother Johnny junior is the oldest and he was just mute and sitting in the little room with dad's coffin draped in an American flag since he was in WW2 also. He is the oldest of 8 kids so we looked at Johnny for support but he wasn't able to . Anyway Rudy came in and pushed past all 5 daughters and the two younger sons and asked where
...Johnny junior was -I don't know what he said to my brother but he came out and joined the rest of us and came out of his stupor thanks to Rudy,Read more