1974 - 1976
    Harold Lamont Richardson was born November 25, 1936, in Ripley, Mississippi, son of Lamont Daniel Richardson and Gladys Roten Richardson.  He is a graduate of Mississippi State University and Reformed Theological Semianry.  He also attended Millsaps College, the University of Mississippi and the University of Wyoming.  Before entering the ministry he had taught on the high school level for ten years and at Northeast Mississippi Junior College for three years.  He also served four years in the United States Air Force.  He was married to Sally Ralph, daughter of Fred and Era Ralph.  They are the parents of four children, Brent, Kari, Lori, and Philip.
    Rev. Richardson was installed as pastor of the Bethel, Camden, and Prosperity Associate Reformed Presbyterian Churches in a service at the Camden A.R.P. Church on July 7, 1974.  While pastor of these three churches, he also taught high school English at Wilcox Academy in Camden, Alabama.  He resigned his pastorate on July 31, 1976, to accept the pastorate of the First Presbyterian Church of Winona, Mississippi.  He continues in that work.

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