Anita P. RichardsonJune 20,2013Anita P. Richardson
RAWSONVILLE — Anita Phoebe (Landman) Richardson died peacefully in her home on June 14, 2013, at the age of 86.
She was born in Rawsonville on June 8, 1927, daughter of Merle K. and Gertrude Lillian (Chatfield) Landman. She married Malcolm L. Richardson on October 1, 1949.
She lives on in her husband, Malcolm, and their five children, Linda Lee Nason, Mary Ellen Hannington, Terrence S. Richardson, Barbara E. Richardson and Anne Marie Richardson; Mary’s husband, Ken, and their two children, Justin and Lucinda; Terry’s wife, Debi, and their two daughters, Caitlin and Phoebe; and Barbara’s husband, Terry.
She was predeceased by her brothers, Winfred and Leland, and her sister, Barbara McGinn.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Londonderry Volunteer Rescue Squad, Jamaica Volunteer Fire and Rescue, The Visiting Nurse Assn. and Hospice of VT and NH (www.vnavnh.org) or Women Helping Battered Women (www.whbw.org).
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