Randy E. Fields

Randy E. Fields

55, lost his battle with cancer at home with his wife by his side on the morning of December 3rd. Randy was born on May 16, 1957 in Chicago. He was the son of Helen Nuckels and the late Frank Fields. He grew up in Avon with his brother, Gary and sisters, Cindy and Anita. He was a 1975 graduate of Avon High School. He married his childhood neighbor and the love of his life, Mary (Wheeler) Fields on September 13, 1983 and had four children, Brooke, Brittany, Jake, and Luke. He worked side by side with his brother, Donnie Matthews at Rays Trash Service as the Head Supervisor for 43 years. He was a dedicated member at Mary Queen of Peace in Danville.

He loved to watch sports, especially Notre Dame Football, IU Basketball, and the Colts. He enjoyed spending time with his family, they were his life. Randy was a proud, devoted husband and father and was adored by his grandchildren. He was a hardworking man, and often a man of little words, but loved by so many. He supported his children through everything they did. We were all blessed by his example of commitment to family, work and the unending love he expressed throughout the years. His family is a direct reflection of his character because he taught all of us integrity, honesty and the value of hard work.

He will be missed by many including his wife of 29 years, Mary (Wheeler) Fields, children Brooke King Moore (Robert Arnold), Brittany Fields, Jake Fields (Brittany R. Fields) and Luke Fields (Kaitlyn Davis), and 5 grandchildren, Mason, Micah, Delaney, Kenzie and Gibson, brother Gary Fields (Cea Fields), sisters Cindy Hughes and Anita Waldrup (Larry Waldrup), mom Helen Nuckels, numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws, and all of his Ray's family.

All family and friends are invited to celebrate his life on Saturday, December 8th from 12p.m. to 8p.m. at Conkle Fu neral Home, 76 N State Road 267 Avon, IN 46123. Memorial contributions may be made to the , 5635 W. 96th Street, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46278.

(317) 344-7800 or http://www.cancer.org. Online condolences may be shared at: conklefuneralhome.com

Published in the The Indianapolis Star from Dec. 7 to Dec. 8, 2012