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Tamara ShaRon Richardson Hart
September 28, 1979 ~ November 7, 2023 (age 44) 44 Years Old
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Tamara ShaRon Richardson Hart was born September 28, 1979, in Columbia, South Carolina. She was the beloved daughter of Linda Y. Richardson and the late Samuel Richardson. She departed this earthly life on Thursday, November 9, 2023.
Tamara was educated in the public schools of Richland County. She worked at both Fort Jackson and Peeples Auto Shop as an administrative clerk for the past twenty years, where she was well respected for her work ethic and for her easy rapport with her coworkers.
Tamara accepted the Lord into her life at an early age and became a dedicated member of the Progressive Word and Praise Church in Hopkins, South Carolina, where she served as the Interim Financial Secretary.
Known for her sweet spirit and immense capacity for love, Tamara had a special bond with every one of her family members and friends. Spending time with them was some of the happiest and most fulfilling moments in her life. While Tamara was most proud of her family and friends, a close second would be her treasured trove of dolls. She was always on the lookout to add to her impressive collection and loved to display her dolls.
Tamara was also a very enthusiastic supporter of her football teams. She loved to tease anyone who would listen about how Clemson was going to win every game, and she felt the same way about her Dallas Cowboys.
Those who will forever cherish fond and precious memories of Tamara are her loving mother, Linda Y. Richardson; her devoted brothers, James Crawford III (Latricia), Michael Crawford, and Russell Richardson; her adoring and trusted fiancé, Curtis McMillan; her New Jersey Pastor, Eveline Dean; her godmother Angela Williams; her godfather, Deacon Richard Cunningham; a beloved host of nieces, nephews, and cousins, and a cherished multitude of special friends and colleagues.