of Mountain View, AR
November 17, 1930 - March 24, 2022
Julius Clois Richardson, 91, of Mountain View, AR went to be with the Lord on Thursday, March 24, 2022. Mr. Richardson was born on November 17, 1930 to the late Loyd Julius Richardson and Merry Ethel (Dodson) Richardson in Timbo, Arkansas.Clois was a member of Whitewater Missionary Baptist Church where he served as the song leader, treasurer, and Deacon.He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Lola Mae (Martin) Richardson of Mountain View, AR, son Kelvin Richardson and wife Brenda of Texarkana, AR, and daughter Kathy Searls and husband Don of Conway, AR, grandchildren Ashley Diggs and husband Will of Lonsdale, AR. There are also three great-grandchildren, Gracie Diggs, J'Amauri Diggs, and Gus Diggs. Brothers Hugh Richardson of Columbia, MO and Don Richardson of England, AR.Clois is preceded in death by his parents and siblings Sibyl, Blonda, Dewey, Dollie, and Mona Faye.Visitation will be at 12 pm on Saturday, March 26, 2022, with service following at 1 pm at Whitewater Missionary Baptist Church in Mountain View, AR. Bro. Kelvin Richardson will be officiating with Bro. Phil Sutton and Bro. Will Diggs assisting. Interment will follow at Big Springs Cemetery, Newnata, AR.
Sorry for your loss. Clois was a good man and a good barber.
Thank you Clois for granting me the privilege of being his Speech Therapist at the Blossoms. He kept me on my toes with not knowing what he might say or do but what he said frequently was with a twinkle in his eye. Seeing Clois’ smile made the dining room a much brighter, warmer place. Miss Lola I’m sending you a long distance hug; your love for Clois is/was beautiful to see. Prayers sent to you and your family
Heaven is a bit brighter now to gain such a fine man. Clois Richardson taught me so much about church music. Clois and Lola Mae were like second parents to me, since their daughter Kathy was my best friend all through school. Clois was the barber for our whole family; he even gave me a haircut once. Love and prayers for all the family.
My deepest sympathy to the family. My grandma, Artie Dodson, talked of Cloise often
Clois, a wonderful child of Christ, leader in the community and his church body will be greatly missed. Lola Mae and family I will pray for you as you go through this time of mourning. Clois and Lola Mae were always good friends of my parents, Leslie and Alta Sutterfield as well as the whole family.I pray blessings on you,Judy Sutterfield Harvey
Clois was so kind and a great example of how a Christian should live. He cut hair for my Dad. He came to Dad's house a few times to cut it after he closed the shop. Lola May came too and they had a good visit. Prayers for the family.
We send our deepest sympathy and love in the passing of your husband, Daddy, Grandfather, and loved one. We pray for you all peace in the days and weeks ahead as you celebrate him to his forever home. What he for many years believed by faith, in a very instant early this morning he knew by sight! And the Journey was worth it all!!! Beverly, Bobby and Nannette Stone and family.
Clois was always a kind and soft spoken man. He always had a smile to share with people. It's been a honor to call him friend. A great example of a Christian life. Prayers for all.
My sincere condolences to Lola Mae and to all the children and family. I always enjoyed being in church with them and I enjoyed his leading songs. Now he is leading in Heaven.
We are sending our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Clois. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
My sincere condolences to the Richardson family. Gerald Gray
Prayers for all of Mr. Richardson’s family.
Sending love and condolences to you all. I will be in prayer for peace and comfort as you go through this difficult time. God bless you.