Condolence & Memory Journal

Richards was very kind and helpful to my mother-in-law as her financial adviser. Our famiy was grateful to him.

Posted by Ellen Frisch - Charleston, SC - Acquaintance   April 18, 2019

I'm so sorry for your loss. Visiting your gorgeous home with the grand live oaks and beautiful vistas, I get a feeling of the love and history that your family has shared there over the years. Though I've only just met Gaby and Alton, my heart goes out to you and the whole family and hope you can find comfort in the wonderful memories of your brother and the love you all shared. Sending you my sincere condolences.

With Sympathy,
Missy Ricker

Posted by Missy Ricker - Charleston - Friend   March 30, 2019

I've only just met your family, but I can only imagine your brother lived a full life with a very kind and loving family. Gabby and Alton we send our condolences and light in this time of transition and longing. We wish you peace, love, and beautiful memories of your brother. All my best, Leslie

Posted by Leslie Keel - Charleston, SC - Acquaintance   March 30, 2019

My deepest sympathies to the Lewis family. I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May God's loyal love give you a measure of comfort during this time of sadness, Psalms 119:76.

Posted by A friend   March 28, 2019

Sorry for the loss of your love one, may you find comfort in knowing that those who have passed on in death God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. Psalms 116:15

Posted by John    March 28, 2019

Richards was my financial advisor, as well as my father's, at Morgan Stanley. He and my father also served together in the US Army Reserves. It was obvious to me that Richards truly cared about his clients, and he made me feel like family during the many years I had the privilege of working with him. I am grateful to have known him.

Posted by Jim Thorne - Charleston, SC   March 26, 2019