Heath and Vaughn Funeral Home - Champaign Il

Today is

Rose A. Richardson

Graveside services for Rose A. Richardson, 86, formerly of Champaign and Sadorus, will be at 2 p.m., Saturday, October 31, 2020, at Martin Cemetery, Alma, Ill.

Pastor Steve Brady will officiate.

richardsonHeath and Vaughn Funeral Home, 201 N. Elm, Champaign, is assisting the family with arrangements.

Mrs. Richardson died of natural causes on Saturday, October 24, 2020, at Country Health Care and Rehab, Gifford, Ill.

She was born August 27, 1934, in Allock, Ky., the daughter of Oliver and Christine (Haney) Lewis. They preceded her in death.

She married Loren Richardson on June 13, 1953. He preceded her in death.

Also preceding her in death were one son, Todd Richardson; one daughter, Cindy Lou Richardson; one granddaughter, and two grandsons.

She is survived by her children: John Richardson, of Killeen, Tex., Bill Richardson, of Charleston, Ill., Gayle Belcher, of Urbana, Tim (Fred) Richardson, of Ivesdale, Greg and Angela Richardson, of Mahomet, Becky and Tim Black, of Pesotum, Tracy Richardson, of Charlotte, of North Carolina, and Christine and Brad Clemmons, of Champaign; 37 grandkids, 43 great-grandkids, and 3 great-great-grandkids

Mrs. Richardson was a member of Unity Baptist Church in Champaign. She also had been a member of the Urbana Sportsman Club in Mahomet.

The family wishes to express their appreciation for the excellent and loving care given to Mrs. Richardson by the staff at Country Health Care and Rehab.

Memorial contributions may be sent to Unity Baptist Church, 404 S. Duncan Rd., Champaign, IL 61821.

Visit the online obituary and send condolences to the family at www.HeathandVaughn.com.


Fred, Becky and all the family so sorry for your loss. Allen and I send our sincere condolences. Prayers for peace and comfort. Let the fond memories of your Mother help you at this time.

—Allen and Linda Schwartz


We are sorry for your loss. We are praying you all get through this. She was a great aunt.

—Kathy Maas


She was so much fun to be around with when we were little kids. May she rest in peace. Greatly lived.

—Deb Meeker