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Richwine, Von

92, passed away on November 22, 2021. Born in Tampa, she was a lifelong resident.  She was an ordained Assemblies of God Pastor, working in ministry alongside her late husband of 65 years, Rev. W.K. Richwine. She worked with him, playing the accordion and the piano, overseeing women’s ministries, and teaching Sunday school.  She was preceded in death by a son, Richard Richwine and her husband, Rev W.K. Richwine.  She is survived by her sons, Ken Richwine of Evans, GA and Rev. Daniel Richwine of Sumpterville, and daughter Sherilone Ring of Inverness. Also surviving are two sisters, Velma Abercrombie of Roebuck, SC and Iris Johnson of Ocala, FL.  Services are to be held on Sunday, November 28, 2021 at Pleasant Grove Assembly of God, 7051 Turkey Creek Rd, Plant City, FL 33567.  – Visitation will be after church,  2-4 pm and the funeral will begin at 4:00 pm. Burial will be private. Contributions can be made in her memory to Sumpterville First Assembly of God, 2087 EC 470, Sumpterville, FL 33585

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  • Sherilyn n Ring says:

    I miss you so much already mama… My heart hurts but I know you are in the arms of GOD….
    Rest in paradise my beautiful mother…

  • Jim Rudolph says:

    Nothing compares to the loss of a mother. I can only imagine what she is seeing today, having served her Lord her entire life. What a rich history of ministry which she and her husband successfully passed to the next generations of the Richwine family.

  • Pam Amos says:

    Dear Pastor Dan,
    There is no one in the world that replace a mother. Please know how much we love you and are praying for all of you!

  • Tom Benigas says:

    Our hearts are heavy, with yours, in the loss of your mom. It is always difficult to be separated from one you love so much, but she has a rich heritage in faith and has influenced countless numbers to believe. We know two things, 1 she is where she preached, the presence of God and 2 we will see her again. What great comfort for those mourning today.

    Yes, today we mourn, but tomorrow, “1Jn_3:2 Dear friends, now we are children of God, and what we will be has not yet been made known. But we know that when he appears, we shall be like him, for we shall see him as he is.” How we look forward to that day!

    We are praying today for your family, for God’s great comfort, strength and undergirding power.

  • Blair Kriever says:

    Pastor Daniel and Family:

    My most sincere condolences at the passing of your mother. She was a treasure for her family and all the families she has touched in her life. I know she was welcomed with open arms when she moved into heaven. That must have been a great celebration!!

    My prayers will continue for you and your family.

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