Steven Richardson Death, Obituary – We had hoped that we would never be forced to write a post like this one, but unfortunately, here we are. My older brother, who is also my little brother, is known in our family as “The Man, the Myth.” The Iconic One Yesterday evening, Steven Richardson, also known as PeeWee and El PeeWee Sanchez Coonyow, passed away in an unexpected manner.
With all of his jokes and sense of humor, it was difficult to tell whether or not he was being serious. Those who knew him were fortunate to have had the opportunity to laugh with him. If you got to listen to his grand tales of days gone by with his friends Ricardo Gutierrez and Roger Black Lassy as well as his travels to California, Florida, and his music run ins with The Eagles and Linda Ronstadt at The Hotel California, you would wonder why he wasn’t a song writer as well.
By “legend,” we mean that he was a genuine storyteller in the community of Seagrove and that he frequently included a humorous spin on his tales. But in all honesty, he was a good man, with a good heart, and he possessed amazing talents as a bluegrass musician. Furthermore, he instilled a love of bluegrass music in his son Kevin. After making him, they broke the mold because there will never be another person who is even remotely comparable to him.
Pee-Wee Richardson will never be replaced by anyone else. We are grieving deeply for ourselves, but we are filled with joy for him because we know that he is in heaven today, celebrating with our Savior. It is safe to say that seeing our other two brothers, Mater and Geary, again must have been an incredible and. Oh, we just can’t fathom the happiness that must have been felt when Mama and Daddy were able to welcome another son. Please, please keep the Richardson family in your prayers, and may the Lord give us the fortitude we need to get through the next few days. Amen! I adore you, Pee-Wee forever and ever. Your younger or older sister We are already missing you so much.