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Christopher P Richardson 1967-2024

Christopher P Richardson, 56, of Waynesboro, PA passed away on Friday, May 24, 2024 at the Waynesboro Hospital.

Christopher P Richardson
Christopher P Richardson

Chris was born October 14, 1967 to the late Delmar and Tynia (Trembow) Richardson in Gettysburg, PA.

Chris is preceded in death by his parents, Delmar and Tynia Richardson and his brother, Greg Richardson.

He is survived by his wife, Laura, his children, son Cody Richardson (wife Jessica Internadao Richardson), daughter Emma Lugo (husband John Lugo), son Drew Richardson, granddaughters Jada and Nova Lugo, step-sons Dakota, Forrest, Xavier and Cole Rhyne, brothers Ed (Karen)and Eric (Stacy) Richardson, nephew and nieces Jordan, Taylor and Frankie.

Chris was a graduate of Fairfield High School where he played soccer, basketball and baseball. Chris held the all-time scoring record for the Fairfield High School basketball program for roughly 20 years. He also attended and played basketball at York College.

He worked as a project manager at GT Brothers, Westminster, MD. He also was a beloved basketball coach for the Gettysburg youth and high school basketball program for 15 years.

Chris was very much a giver in life and now in death by physically contributing to The Gift of Life. He was passionate about presenting the Greg Richardson Athletic Scholarship Award for both Gettysburg and Fairfield High Schools since the early 2000’s. Because his brother was killed by a drunk driver, he offered his driving services every holiday.

He was also passionate about traveling and attending his children’s, step-children’s and granddaughter’s sporting and music events was one of his passions. Chris was an avid Philadelphia sports fan – Eagles, Flyers, 76ers, Phillies.

A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, May 29, 2024, 7 p.m. at the Otterbein Church, 912 S Potomac St, Waynesboro, PA 17268.

A visitation will precede the service beginning at 5 p.m. where the family will receive friends and loved ones.

Arrangements are entrusted to Monahan Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, please consider contributing to the Greg Richardson Foundation at $GRichFoundation on cashapp for Chris’s desire to bless others in his brother’s name.

Online tributes and condolences are available at the funeral home’s website.



Tammy Annette Robinson 1964-2024

For the past years, Tammy helped take care of her mother. She enjoyed watching game shows and listening to contemporary Christian music.

Robert William Gordon 1947-2024

Born August 18, 1947, a son of the late Merrill R. and Goldie E. Kotzmoyer Gordon, Bob liked to hunt and fish, and loved spending time with his family.

Janice Mae Keller 1938-2024

Janice always enjoyed shopping trips with her children and always used that opportunity to stop at her favorite restaurant, Olive Garden.

Ethel R. Smith 1935-2024

Ethel was a very loving and caring woman. She will always be remembered and cherished as a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend.

Sharon M. Matthews 1951-2024

Sharon enjoyed game shows on TV, mostly Wheel of Fortune. She also liked watching the Food Network and talk about what they made.

Ralph V. Foltz 1928-2024

Ralph enjoyed hunting, telling stories, and traveling around the United States on bus trips, alongside his wife Lois.

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