On May 9, the legendary Little Richard transitioned into the afterlife, leaving behind a legacy for decades to come.
The founding father of rock, born as Richard Wayne Penniman in 1932, was laid to rest on May 20, 2020 in a private ceremony at Oakwood University’s Oakwood Memorial Gardens in Huntsville, Alabama.
Oakwood University is a Seventh-day Adventist HBCU where Little Richard studied theology in the 1950s.
Richard, who released a few gospel albums throughout his career and became an ordained minister in the 70s, was a Seventh-day Adventist.
Source: AP News
Little Richard Buried at Seventh-Day Adventist HBCU He Attended In The 1950s was originally published on getuperica.com