Richard Randall Sr.

Obituary
16 entries
  • "WHAT A BEAUTIFUL ROLL MODEL DICK WAS FOR HIS FAMILY AND..."
  • "God bless peace and love to the family"
    - Jerry and Kay Verfurth
  • "Every thought is a happy one when we think of Dick Randall...."
    - Jeanne Repetto
  • "To Cynthia, Tim and Kat, and all the Randalls, so sorry to..."
  • "The sign industry has loss an icon. So proud to have known..."
The Guest Book is expired.

Randall, Richard, Sr. Cynthia's dear husband of 65 years, loving brother to Ruthie Corlett Amstutz and the late Bob Randall, great grandfather, Dad, Grampy to so many, Uncle Dick, cousin, friend, our hero, and a man that made this world a better place for everyone he came in contact with, died peacefully in his home on May 2nd surrounded by his loving family. He shared his love with so many, most especially his seven children Kathy Randall Kowieski, Rick (Susie) Randall, Gary (Kathy) Randall, Tim (Kathy) Randall, Mark (Diana) Randall, Rob Randall, and Becky (Bob) Randall Miller. In his 88 years, Dick showed us all how a life should be lived - a life full of enthusiasm, challenges, love, and caring for others. He took on all life had to offer with an incredible energy and strength. His many joys included music, dancing, tennis, Lake Michigan, sunshine, and sailing. With his skilled hands, Dick turned many houses into homes. Dick served his country in World War II, the hungry through Operation Food Search, the homeless through Habitat For Humanity, and the sick as a hospice volunteer. He imparted his love of tennis to his entire family, and we are proud that he was a member of the undefeated National Championship Team at William and Mary. In honor of his memory, donations may be made to Operation Food Search or St. Louis Habitat for Humanity. Services: We will be celebrating his life at Dwight Davis Tennis Center in Forest Park, St. Louis on June 1st from 1-4pm. Another celebration will take place in South Haven, MI on June 28th; the time is yet to be determined. He was a lover and a teacher, a mentor not a preacher.
Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch on May 5, 2014
bullet World War II