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In loving memory of
Christopher Richmond
  • March 22, 1953
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  • February 14, 2018

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Chris Richmond age 64 of Fort Myers, Florida, passed away on February 14, 2018 at Hope Hospice Fort Myers, after multiple health conditions.

He was born in Dearborn, Michigan to Joseph & Beatrice Richmond. After the passing of his father, Beatrice moved to East Lansing, Michigan, to raise her 5 children. Chris is survived by his wife Karen Richmond, step-daughter, Jeanette Fisher, 2 step-granddaughters along with sister’s Carol (Richmond) Machiela and Mary Richmond, brother Joseph Richmond and his twin brother Danny Richmond, along with many nieces and nephews.

He moved to Fort Myers to be closer to his brother Danny, and also met his wife Karen and were married on May 14, 1997.

Starting with Firestone Tires at a young age, he continued to work for them in Florida and retired just short of 40 years.


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  1. Carol Machiela says:
    04 Mar 2018
    My middle Brother Chris was 7 minutes older than my baby Brother Danny .He was a wonderful fun loving guy, He was an active C. B. Radio participant in the late 70’s as the East Lansing Kid and was very well known . He liked to dance and had a few songs he would act out ! He always made me feel good when we spoke. I will really miss him,all the family will.

  2. Joey Richmond says:
    23 Feb 2018
    It was probably 1978 and I was at my Mom's Home in East Lansing and Chris was bent over the motor of my 1976 Pontiac Grandville fixing something. I had no clue to what he was doing, but pretended to be interested. Chris saw me standing there and asked "Whould you go to my tool chest and find me a Left Handed Screw Driver?" He had one of those huge things on wheels and I hunted for at least 20 minutes until I gave up and came back. He laughed for a good 1/2 hour.

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