Wilbert Richardson Ran convenience store

August 22, 1993

Wilbert Franklin "Billy" Richardson, who operated a convenience store in the Empire Medical Building in Glen Burnie, died Wednesday at the Washington Hospital Center from complications following surgery. He was 64.

A former municipal employee, Mr. Richardson worked for the Baltimore Department of Recreation as an instructor and as a manager for the Department of Housing.

Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of Frederick Douglass High School and earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from West Virginia State College. He maintained lifelong ties to his fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi.

Services will begin at noon tomorrow at the March Funeral Home West, 4600 Wabash Ave., Baltimore.

Mr. Richardson is survived by his wife, the former Luella Black; a son, Greg Richardson of Cleveland; a sister, Joy Carter of Baltimore; and two brothers, Lewis and Lloyd Richardson, both of Baltimore.

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