OBITUARY

Osia Louise Richardson

23 November, 194428 June, 2020

Osia Louise Richardson, age 75, of Bloomington, passed away Sunday morning (06/28/2020) at the Golden Living Center in Bloomington. Born November 23, 1944 in Bloomington, she was the daughter of Albert and Ellen (Moore) Walker. Osia was educated as a Licensed Practical Nurse and was employed at the Golden Living Center prior to her retirement. She was a hard worker and loved crocheting and working jigsaw puzzles. Osia is survived by her daughter, Osia Kris Richardson, of Spencer, Indiana, her sister, Patricia Dyer, of Bloomington; five nephews, Albert Dyer, Robert Dyer, Lester Dyer and Maxwell Dyer, all of Bloomington and Taylor Dyer, of Ohio and two nieces; Hailey Dyer and Lexie Dyer, both of Bloomington. Osia was preceded in death by her parents and one daughter, Nancy Richardson. There will be no services or visitation at this time. A memorial service will be planned for a later date. Cremation rites were chosen. Online condolences may be given at www.DeremiahFryeMortuary.com

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  • Memorial Service at a later date.

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Lisa Southern

2 July 2020

Osia was a wonderful lady to work with and to know. She was a wonderful and hard working nurse and I looked up to her always. She will be dearly missed by all who know her. Just like a second mom to me.

Lynn Sample

30 June 2020

She was my mentor, she gave great advise and we laughed every time we worked together. I will miss her so much but you will never be forgotten

rose beavers

30 June 2020

I worked with Osia at Golden Living.She is the one to orient me when i was hired.She was very helpful,friendly,and knowledgeable.We became friends for the time i was there and after.She will be missed very much.

Dee Battcher

30 June 2020

I had the pleasure and honor to work with Osia the last 3 years she worked. She always made me laugh and made working fun. She was always so gracious in sharing her experience and knowledge with everyone. She was truly missed when she retired. God Bless