"I lost my mom, Kathy Carpenter on 11/11/2020. My family has always used Richardson Funeral Home. I can't thank them enough for all they done through this difficult time. I think of them as family, because that's how they treat you. Thanks again for all you've done for my family. May God bless each and every one of you."
"My mom passed away in August of 2020. I knew she wanted to go back to Kentucky to the family cemetery, as we now live in Indiana. I called a dear friend in Owingsville, Beulah Purvis, she said to get in touch with Richardson Funeral Home. I called them, told them what I needed, and they handled the rest. I couldn't have asked for any better service. Mr. Lewis is the most caring person I have ever known. I would recommend them to anyone who needs their services. I will always be grateful for our friend Beulah Purvis."
“Thank You from the bottom of our heart. Let me also say that your staff is second to none, consider yourself lucky to have such outstanding people working for you. We have entrusted the Richardson's to make the final journey of our loved ones a special journey and you have met the challenge with extraordinary excellence.”
" As you all know my husband, Steve Amyx, passed away on July 18, 2021. I chose Richardson's because I knew the moment I walked in the door it was a special place; not only was the staff above and beyond kind and caring but they truly cared! When a person goes through a time like losing someone to death it is important to have sincere people around you; people who are taking care of you and your family! Things like "Can I get you anything, Do you need a drink" or taking your arm when you stumble. From the beginning to the end of this very difficult experience, a life changing experience, I could see in their eyes and feel from their hearts how much they cared. I now can say I consider Richardson Funeral Home staff to be family because that is how they treat you." Sincerely, Robin Amyx