Chad D. Richmond
November 15, 1979 – April 10, 2021
Chad D. Richmond of Ortonville, Michigan, age 41 passed away suddenly on April 10, 2021 in Grand Blanc, Michigan. Chad was born on November 15, 1979 in Pontiac, Michigan to Glenn and Mary Richmond. He was the owner and operator of Michigan Construction company. Chad was a wonderful man and will be deeply missed. Per the family's wishes, no services will be held at this time and cremation has taken place.
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Chad D. Richmond
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Suzette Richmond Johnson
April 20, 2021
I knew of you before you were born. Aunt MaryKay was so excited to finally meet you. My 1st experience of you was with your mom, she was feeding you... you were so tiny... When she died, a light went out in my life... she was a 1 of a kind Woman & I knew life without her was hardest on you. I know she was called to Heaven way before you were ready. I feel that Death is always the hardest for the ones still living that Love us the most while here on earth. Although I'm so sad that I won't be making or sharing memories with you ... I'm certain you are attending the BIGGEST Family Reunion you've ever attended. Meeting... Reuniting & getting to know all those that are waiting on the other side... I'm a firm believer in Celebrating Life... I mourn for all that are left here sad and devastated by your absence in their daily lives Chad... but I will be Celebrating your Life... Cheering your Life's Victories & Toasting Your Life's Memories...
Cheers until I too attend the BIGGEST Family Reunion I've ever attended!!!! Bottoms up Chad!!!
April 19, 2021
Words can not begin to describe how much Chad will be missed. He was a one of a kind guy - the guy that when he was in your corner you knew he was always in your corner. He was one of the kindest, gentlest and genuine persons I will likely ever meet. He helped everyone and sought very little in return. Those golf outings, hunting trips and card games will not be the same without him. In his short time here he touched so many - effortlessly. Peace be with you..
April 17, 2021
Chad left this world way too soon. To Glenn (his loving father) and Ryan (his heartbroken brother), my prayers are with you at this sorrowful time. Chad was such a builder not only of beautiful things but of lifelong close friendships. His sense of humor will be greatly missed.
I will never forget his innocent infectious smile and his gentle easy going spirit. Chad didn't strive for material gain in this world he just wanted to have fun, be loved and help others. He was always eager to make improvements to others homes which he denied himself time to work on his own. He told me "someday" he would have time and energy to devote to himself, but it was always others first.
What Chad wanted most in life was to start a family someday. He is home with his beautiful mom now after suffering the loss of her at a young age. It's true, Chad, "Mama's don't let their babies grow up to be cowboys." I am so happy he can finally be reunited with his mom. Anyone who knew Chad has a little less light in their lives. May the Lord bless him and comfort him for all eternity.