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Alyssa Renée Richardson was born on April 2, 2004, in Tallahassee, Florida, to parents Lannie Richardson and Felecia Dix-Richardson. On November 16, 2021, she made her final worldly journey and entered into eternal rest.
Alyssa went to public schools in Leon County, where she did well in both the classroom and the arts. She got good grades at Lincoln High School and was in the Winter Guard and the Color Guard for the Lincoln High School Marching Band. Alyssa took two classes at Tallahassee Community College (TCC) at the same time. She had planned to finish high school at Lincoln in 2022.
Alyssa went to Buck Lake Elementary School and Swift Creek Middle School in the past. She did well in school when she was in elementary and high school. She was on the WBLS Morning News Team while she was in school at Buck Lake. She played the French horn in the Swift Creek Middle School Band when she was in middle school.
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Alyssa had a strong sense of interest and a strong desire to learn from a very young age. She liked to read a lot. The many books she read kept her spirit of adventure and freedom alive and made it stronger. Alyssa has been interested in singing since she was young. At age six, she learned to play the piano. Seven years went by with this love for the piano.
The fact that she was smart in school and good at singing helped her strive to always do her best. Alyssa was given many gifts and talents, but she also learned new skills from her parents and sister. She was very creative and specialized in eclectic decor. She was also a great baker, had a unique sense of style, and dressed to please.
Alyssa was a lovely, sweet, and kind person. She grew up to be an interesting, lively, and socially aware young woman who spoke her thoughts honestly and with passion. She was a dedicated part of “Pearls of Perfection” and other student groups that worked to help the community. Alyssa liked animals, so she helped out at the Leon County Animal Shelter as a volunteer.
Alyssa was taking dual-enrollment classes at TCC and getting ready to go to college. In the essay she just wrote for her college application, she showed how much she cares about the poor, the oppressed, and especially people whose lives have been cut short or turned upside down because of social unfairness.
Alyssa recently found her voice as a Humanitarian who wanted to make the world a better place. She wanted to go to college, major in pre-law, get into and finish law school, and then become a civil rights lawyer.
Alyssa’s parents, Lannie Richardson and Felecia Dix-Richardson, her sister, Alaina Richardson, and her aunts, Christine (Johnny) Barron, Pamela (Matt) Hilton, and Debra Richardson, all from Troy, Alabama, will always remember her as a beautiful, kind, and sweet person.