September 10, 1988 ~ December 31, 2018

Born in: Anderson, IN
Resided in: Anderson, IN

Jeremy Edward Richardson, 30, of Anderson, lost his battle to alcoholism at his home on December 31, 2018. He was born on September 10, 1988 to Gene “Rich” and Amber (Horn) Richardson, Jr in Anderson, In. Jeremy graduated from Highland High School in 2007. He had worked at Sprint as one of the leading Sales people. Jeremy loved anything baseball, especially his Chicago Cubs. He also rooted for the Minnesota Vikings with his dad. Jeremy also loved spending time with his family and friends. He recently found a new hobby to do with all of them, and that was kayaking on the White River. He will truly be missed.

Jeremy is preceded in death by his papaw, John W. Horn; aunts and uncle, Michelle “Shellie” Richardson, Edward Rushton and Janay Smith-Glass; and cousin, Natalie McLaughlin. He is survived by his daughter, Jera Richardson; parents, Gene “Rich: and Amber (Horn) Richardson; siblings, Taveia (Stephen) DeMarco, Aysha (Evan DuBois) Richardson, and Kyler Richardson; nephews, Dominic “Champ” DeMarco and Oliver “All Star” DeMarco; grandparents, Katherine Horn and Gene and Barbara Richardson Sr.; along with many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends, and his dog, Emma Jane.

A Celebration of Life will be started by Mr. Mac at 7pm on Monday, January 7, 2019 at the Mill Creek Civic Center in the Banquet Hall, 17 Veterans Blvd, Chesterfield, IN with a gathering starting at 3pm until the start of the service. Please dress in your favorite sports attire for the celebration, no dress close necessary.  Arrangements provided by Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services – Anderson. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the family to help with funeral costs.

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  1. April croy, I am so sorry amber and gene .i will never forget the time he swallowed the penny and was at Indianapolis Riley.. me and missy drove there. I am so sorry this happened he was a sweet kid..my god bless your ♥️

  2. Sorry for your loss. May God bless and keep you in His arms and give you blessings a day.

    Margery O’Bryant
    Alexandria-Monroe High School Class of 86

  3. Thinking of you all !! Jermey was a very nice person just spoke to him a couple weeks ago about cell phones !! Everyone your in my thoughts and prayers so sorry !!!

  4. Jeremy was one hell of a guy. Our prayers are with his family in this time of need. God bless! ♥ The Everitt’s

  5. ive known jeremy since high school, dated him briefly as high schoolers. he was always crackin jokes and had a contagious laugh! his daughter is my god daughter and he will forever live on through her. he will be deeply missed, prayers go out to the richardson family in this time of sorrow & sadness

  6. I met Jeremy through my daughter and granddaughter, Tammy and Kaitlin. He always seemed so busy and very talkative. He was one of Kaitlin’s best friends. My heart goes out to the family.

  7. May God be with you all during this sad time. I’m so sorry for your loss. Still hard to believe. Stay strong. We miss and love you Rich and Amber.

  8. Sorry for your loss. I know all to well the pain of a loss of a child. My thoughts and prayers are with your family😥

  9. I’ve known Jeremy since 3rd grade at Park Place Elementary in Mr. Weaver’s class. Jeremy and I would compete at who could get a 100 on the spelling tests because we could earn a pop! We also dated briefly a couple years ago. He adored Jera and she thought the world of her daddy. RIP, my friend.

  10. I’m so sorry y’all. Your all in my heart and prayers daily. I know how you all love and adore each other. I’m sorry I moved and never got to know him as I did all of you. I love you all..

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