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Iesha W. "Lioness"
1973 - 2018
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Obituary for Iesha W. "Lioness" Richardson

Iesha W. "Lioness"  Richardson
Iesha W. Richardson aka Lioness went home to the Lord on Monday January 1, 2018 in Queens, N.Y. Iesha was born on Thursday September 27, 1973 to the late Leroy and Hazel Richardson in Jamaica Queens, N.Y. She was the Youngest granddaughter to Belle Hazel Richardson. Iesha loved her sisters, brothers, cousins and friends. If you knew Iesha then you knew that she always had to represent her LB Fam all day everyday. She worked at Dial7 for 10 years were she was loved by all. She loved to spend time with her daughter Talonnie whom she affectionately called (Mamas). She also loved to go out and have a good time she would get the party started. She kept her calendar full. Iesha's voice was one that commanded your attention, but her laugh was infectious. She loved good food but if it wasn't good you would definitely know it. She was so out going and out spoken that in 2011 it caught the attention of a film director (Dito Montiel) who gave her a small credited part in the movie The Son of No One. But her greatest role was being a mother. There wasn't a single minute, hour or day that she didn't talk about her baby girl. Iesha was a loving person to all who had the pleasure to know her. She had the biggest heart and would give you her last or the shirt of her back if you needed it no questions asked. She will be dearly missed and always loved. Forever in our hearts will be an Angel.

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