Eleanor Mary (Richardson) Currier

Eleanor Mary (Richardson) Currier

Eleanor Mary (Richardson) Currier passed away in her 92nd year of life on April 27, 2020. 

She was born in Fayston, Vt., on Sept. 13, 1928, to Bernice (Mac­Omber) and James Cameron. 

Married to Rudolph C. Richardson on March 18, 1949, she leaves his five children, Shirley Bronson of Lampassas, Texas, Sheila Breen of Millerton, Stuart Richardson of New Lebanon, N.Y., Steven Richardson of Wassaic and Eleanor Campbell of Wingdale, and their surviving families. Two siblings survive, Jean Tourville Nadeau of Essex Junction, Vt., and Edith St. Onge Hebard of Glover, Vt. She was predeceased by twin sisters Evelyn Huard and Geraldine Kota as well as her two husbands, her parents and two granddaughters. 

All services are private.

Local arrangements are being handled by the Kenny Funeral Home in Sharon. 

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