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“To elisabeth and family, im so sorry to hear about your mother loss. My thoughts with you and family. ”
1 of 5 | Posted by: Tantahara nosarios - indonesia

“To the Richardson family: I am deeply sorry about the passing of Ursula. She was a wonderful and caring person and she will be truly be missed. I met...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Linda Cooper

“Moses & Family, So very sorry to hear of the passing of Ursula. We have many fond memories of one of our family visits to South Carolina when we...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: John & Kathy Robinson - FL

“Moses and Liz, Ursula will be sorely missed. My condolences to you and the family. Love, Ronnie ”
4 of 5 | Posted by: Frank (Ronnie) Campbell - Boston,, MA

“Moses Sorry to read about Urusla on the website. We send our condulences and our love. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. Ron &...Read More »
5 of 5 | Posted by: Ron & Ann Mumford - Hartsville, SC


�� Life Profile of Ursula H. Richardson �� Ursula Richardson winged her way to the Abh� Kingdom on July 17, 2011 at her home at 1017 Brentwood Drive, Lydia, SC, Ursula was the daughter of the late Karlfranz and Johanna Hoeller. She was born in Morsbach, Germany on January 4, 1945. She was educated and worked in Germany at various positions and was the co-owner of a property investment company in Germany. She found the Baha�i Faith and declared her belief in Baha�u�llah in 1975 in Germany. She moved to the United States in 1976 and married Moses Richardson on May 22, 1980. She and Moses served the Faith together in numerous positions: on Local Spiritual Assemblies, on Baha�i Schools Committees, as coordinators for Travel Teaching and Homefront Pioneering, and as Assistants to Auxiliary Board Members in SC. Ursula had been serving most recently as the secretary of the Area Teaching Committee for the Pee Dee Cluster here in South Carolina. They served overseas as short term pioneers to Namibia and also traveled to Slovenia, Italy, Russia, Cypress, Switzerland, Mexico and St. Lucia. Here in the states, Ursula and Moses traveled to Florida, Louisiana and Connecticut and all over the state of South Carolina to teach the Faith of Baha�u�llah. Even after they �sort of� settled down here in South Carolina, Ursula organized and led workshops on multi-cultural issues for small businesses and police departments and at the Palmer pre-release center. She was also a member of �People to People�, a grassroots organization to improve race relations in the city of Hartsville. She was always working to bring people together. Those left to cherish her memory include her husband Moses Richardson, Jr.; one daughter, from a previous marriage, Elisabeth Nosarios; three step-daughters, Wanda (James) Lloyd, Karen (Gregory) Bailey and Millette Talbot; one brother, Karl-Georg (Heide) Hoeller; three sisters-in-law, Mamie Richardson, Margie (Charles) Smith, and Loretta (Wendell) Price; two step-grandchildren, Taylor and Todd Bailey; two nieces, Carola (Niko) Jochens and Leah Price; three nephews, Michael Hoeller, Chuck Smith, and Bradford Price; one grand-niece, Smilla Carlotta Jochens; and a host of other family members and friends.

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