My Man "Log" from 2nd Baptist Church and fellow Eagle Scout of Troop 173 Boy Scouts. Man we had some good childhood times. My Deepest Sympathy to family and friends.
Randy was a fine man and a great friend. I have thought about him many times in the last few days since I learned the sad news. My future trips to Middle GA will be diminished knowing he won't be there to greet me with his big smile and friendly hug. May God provide comfort to all in this difficult time.
"My Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your Family in your time of Grief".
Amos Hill, Tallahassee, Fl.
To a friend who I met when I transferred to central ga, I am extremely shocked and hurt. I will remember the many topics we spoke on, the many football games we attended, the many civic functions we were apart of. You will be sorely missed. Sleep well my friend until we meet again. La Juan sawyer
To a friend whom I met when I transferred to central ga. I am extremely shocked and hurt . I will remember the many topics we spoke about and thanks so much for the inspirational messages over the years. Farewell my friend until we meet again. La Juan sawyer
My deepest sympathy to the Randall family; he will be missed by his Brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, inc.
He did not want to be known as Mr. Randall - but "Just call me Randy." That's how personable he was when I met him and was hired to work for Cirrus Technology. To the family - have comfort in knowing he was a pillar of this community who had a desire to help in any way he could. God bless!
Randy was such a great guy. I worked for and with him for a short time and enjoyed every minute. He was a real character, funny, warm, made people feel good. I should of kept in touch, now I miss him.
I am in complete shock in learning about Randy's death! What a truly humble and honorable man; one of the finest I have ever had the honor in knowing. May God comfort his family.
He will be truly missed. A great mentor and was a joy to be around. I am honored that I got the chance to meet and know him.
I'm shocked to hear this. Randy was a great guy. He will surely be missed.
I am sorry for your loss, Walter was a treasured friend and football official and WRFOG will miss him
To a wonderful person who will be truly missed. My condolences to his entire family.
I have known Randy for about 11 years and he was a friend as well as a boss when I worked for him at Cirrus. We hadn't met before I went to work for Cirrus but gained a lot of mutual respect as we got to know each other. He helped me achieve a better position in the company and assisted others I knew as well. He was all about helping others as much as he could and was a man of his word. I was lucky enough to see him just about a month ago even though I didn't work for him anymore when we had lunch. He was still helping me then. My son worked with him at PCTI in Macon and he was mentoring him as well. Randy will be missed by a lot of people including my family very much. I don't think he was a flyer but the poem "High Flight" comes to mind. Randy, it was a privilege knowing you, you WILL be missed my friend!
To the family of Walter "Randy" as we all called him, thoughts and prayers are sent your way. Randy was a good friend to many, my fraternity brother, and who didn't know any strangers. May Randy rest in peace. He will be missed by many!
Randy was a great person and friend who would always be willing to give of himself and always had a kind word for all. We will indeed miss him. Our prayers are with the family at this difficult time.
To All of Col Randall's Family & Friends, My deepest & most sincere sympathy. I had the honor & pleasure of working with Col Randall in the C130s & then again after his AF retirement. What an awesome man of God and loyal friend! His kindness & thoughtfulness will definitely be missed, but his love of God, family, & friends will forever remain in our hearts & stay constant on our minds! May God's grace & mercy keep & sustain you, may the love of Jesus Christ fill & surround you, & may the Holy Spirit comfort & guide you ~ now & always! In His Love, Kim
May God bless the Randall family in their time of sorrow.
I worked with Randy for a few months at Cirrus Technology back in 2005. He was always pleasant to be around and had a nice sense of humor. My prayers go out to his family.
To the Randall family I send my sincerest condolences on "Randy's"passing. He was a great friend and supporter. May God bless his soul.
May the Randall Family find pease in the this time of need.
Our Father in Heaven has promised us peace in times of trial and has provided a way for us to come to Him in our need. He has given us the privilege and power of prayer. He has told us to ‘pray always' and has promised He will pour out his Spirit upon us.
Andre Lawson, Lt Col USAF, Ret
I met Mr. Randall a few years back when I purchased a truck from him. When I met up with him we begin talking only to find out were both from Jacksonville, Florida. My condolences go out to his family, Mr Randall was a great person.
Mr. Randall was an awesome man of God and mentor. I had the unique opportunity to serve as his Executive Assistant at Cirrus and the more I got to know him the more amazed I was at what God had deposited in his life. This brother truly did all he could to help others and serve. May God comfort the family and friends at this hour of sadness.
A GREAT loss. My sincere love
and heartfelt prayers are extended to the entire family.
May Walter rest with our Master in peace; with his Mom, Dad and other loved ones who went before him. To Andre, Marshall, Ernestine, Hattie, Suzanne, other family members and sorrowful friends, keep your hearts set on the Higher Calling and your hands clasped in the hand of God. HE will truly see you through this very difficult time.