THE FLAGLER TRIBUNE
Thursday, March 10, 1932
Z. W. Richardson, known here and in other parts of Florida as "Uncle Dick," died in a hospital in St. Augustine early Monday morning after an illness of many months duration. However he was not confined to his bed but a few days before his death.
Mr. Richardson was born in North Carolina, removing to Georgia when a small boy and then coming to this section of Florida when a young man. He operated a turpentine plant here for many years, and was engaged in the cross tie industry also for some time. He was at one time deputy state game warden in 'this territory also.
Surviving are his widow; and one child, Mrs. D. D. Moody; two sisters, Mrs. Maggie Watson and Mrs. R. W. Deen; two brothers, T. T. and C. R, all of whom live here except C. R Richardson, who is a resident of St. Augustine. He also has a number of relatives living in Appling County, Georgia.
The body was turned over to The Craig Funeral Horne of St. Augustine and was brought to Bunnell Tuesday where funeral services were conducted from the Methodist church, Rev. John B. Culpepper, Jr., conducting the service with Rev. J. M. DeVette, assisting.
Burial was made at Espanola Cemetery at four-thirty o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY
WHEREAS: It has pleased Almighty God, the Supreme Architect of the Universe, to summon unto Himself, our friend and brother Zeno Worth Richardson, who has for many years past been our friend, neighbor and co-laborer and who has justly and loyally occupied positions of honor and trust in our community, giving to all a cheery word of encouragement and advice, regardless of how gloomy the outlook; possessing a character untarnished and reputation likened to purest gold.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That in the death of Mr. Richardson, we have lost a true friend and brother, whose companionship was an honor and delight to enjoy; That we bear grateful and willing testimony to his many virtues , to his life of integrity and sincerity;
That we offer his bereaved, wife, daughter and other members of his family, over whom this dark shadow of sorrow has fallen, our heartfelt sympathy and condolence and we pray our Heavenly Father may bring speedy relief to their sorrowing and burden with his promise of Hope for those that have Faith in the Future Life.
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED, That a copy of these resolutions, properly engrossed, be presented to the family of our deceased friend and brother, a copy furnished to The Flagler Tribune for publication and a copy spread upon the records of Bunnell Lodge, F. &. A. M. No. 200.
H. A. Eisenbach,
A. A. Walker,
A. C. Rodger,