Oh Randy...you are missed so much by all who love you.
R.I.P. my dear Randy. I will always love and miss you.
I want to express my deepest sympathies for the Williams family.
Randy, We will miss and love you forever pal. Thanks for being you.
Randy, I will miss your friendship most. You were a great friend to the point of giving what you did not have, but gave anyway to those in need. You were a friend when I needed it most, thank you. May God enjoy your music! Please be at peace
I was very sad to hear of Randy's passing. My deepest condolences to his family.
I just saw him at Sams Club . I carreied a case of oil to his car for him . I saw him at 7-11 the week before. We always had a good time and you could always make me smile . Randy , you will be missed . Your friend Forever Nick Sweeney
Rick, I am sorry to hear about Randy. I send my condolences to the entire family. I wish I could be there, but, I live in Florida and will not be able to attend Randy was a caring and thoughtful guy and he will be rememberd by all.
I have known Randy forever it seems. We played in a band together in the late 60's. Went to Ingraham with the Steves, (Buckley and Sites) so I followed the Mojo Kings for years. Speaking for Johnny 99 as well as myself, we had them on our TV show as musical guests more than anyone, other than the house band. We liked them so much we gave them the whole show more than once and sat back and enjoyed it with the rest of the audience.
Randy was a wild child, always ready with a laugh or a smile, and most excellent company in any situation. I was saddened to hear the news.
Be seeing you at The Eagles in Lynwood on Saturday.
Heartfelt condolences to the Williams family.
Richard Pennant aka Chardmo
Bob and I will miss Randy so much. Randy and I both shared a love for "Tower of Power" and I'll never forget going to a show with him at Jazz Alley. Randy was one of a kind, and will be a great addition to any band in heaven.
I loved seeing him play in his band, he was often a main attraction when I visited my sister and got to see him play. I considered him my friend and he will be missed.
Rockin' Randy, Dave and I will miss seeing you around town. Rest in peace my friend and keep playing for the angels.
Randy was the kind of man who would ask about your day and your family. His love of music was a bonding experience. Although he was a talented drummer he did sing a karaoke song or two. Joe Cocker's The Letter being my favorite that he would do. Love you Randy, you will be missed.
Love you Rockin' Randy - Thanks for all the great music and big love. Until we meet again my friend. I know you are in great company!
My sweet crazy friend, you will be missed greatly! You touched the heart and soul of many people. I will miss the sweet things you always told me and the compliments that made me blush, music won't have the same sweet fun sound you put in ever song.
Knowing you, you'll probably get a band going on the other side.. :-)
Rock on Hun, love and miss you..!
Do not stand at my grave and weep
Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die.
I first met Randy back in the late 50's.It was at Pinehurst Playfield where all of us neighbors played baseball.Randy smiled a lot.
Randy has been trying to teach me the drums since I was born. Sorry I'm not a natural. Im glad both kids got to meet you and enjoy some of the fun light hearted joy you always shared with me growing up. I am going to miss and love you always uncle Randy. Kameron Williams
Rick and Scotty I am sorry to hear about Randy. Please pass on my condolences to the rest of the family.