Alyssa Renée Richardson was born to Lannie Richardson and Felecia Dix-Richardson on April 2, 2004, in Tallahassee, Florida. She left this world on November 16th, 2021, and is now at peace in the hereafter.
Alyssa attended public schools in Leon County, where she thrived academically and creatively. She participated in both the Lincoln High School Winter Guard and the Lincoln High School Marching Band, where she received high marks.
At Tallahassee Community College (TCC), Alyssa enrolled in concurrent coursework in two different disciplines. She anticipated graduating from Lincoln High School in 2022.
Alyssa formerly attended both Buck Lake Elementary and Swift Creek Middle.
When she was in primary and secondary school, she excelled academically. During her time in Buck Lake, she was a member of the WBLS Morning News Team. When she was in middle school, she was a member of the Swift Creek Middle School Band where she played the French horn.
Alyssa’s curiosity and need for knowledge were evident from an early age. She was an avid reader. Her appetite for adventure and independence was nourished by the many books she read. Alyssa’s love of music began at an early age with an interest in singing. She started playing the piano when she was six years old.
This passion for the piano lasted for seven years. She was motivated to excel because she was academically gifted and musically talented. Alyssa was taught by her parents and siblings how to improve upon her many natural abilities. She had a lot of originality and was a master of the eclectic style.
She had an excellent baking ability, a one-of-a-kind fashion sense, and always looked her best. Alyssa was a beautiful, charming, and generous young lady. She developed into an engaging, outgoing, and politically conscious young lady who spoke her views with verve and conviction.
She participated actively in “Pearls of Perfection” and other volunteer organizations at her school. Alyssa volunteered at the Leon County Animal Shelter because she enjoyed working with animals.
Alyssa was preparing for college by enrolling in dual-enrollment classes at TCC. She recently demonstrated her concern for the impoverished, the oppressed, and those whose lives have been cut short or turned upside down as a result of social injustice in the essay she wrote for her college application.
Alyssa, who has always desired to make the world a better place, has only recently found her voice as a Humanitarian. She planned to pursue a degree in pre-law, enroll in law school, earn her J.D., and work as a civil rights attorney.
Her family in Troy, Alabama, including her parents Lannie and Felecia Richardson and sister Alaina and aunts Christine (Johnny) Barron, Pamela (Matt) Hilton, and Debra Richardson, will never forget Alyssa’s beauty, kindness, and sweetness.
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