Randell Lee "Randy" Talley
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Randell "Randy" Lee Talley of Oxford, AL passed away Friday, Jan. 8th, in Birmingham, AL. The family will have a private service at a later time. Mr. Talley was 68 years old.

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Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 14, 2021.
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January 14, 2021
I had the honor and privilege of working with Randy for many years while Randy worked for BSN SPORTS in Anniston. He was a hard working man with high integrity and character and someone I could always count on. I enjoyed his sense of humor and listening to his stories, most of which were centered around his family. May God bless the Talley family and may Randy rest in peace.
Terry Babilla
Coworker
January 14, 2021
My condolences to the family. May you find comfort in your treasured memories and Gods promise to return our loved ones. 1st Thessalonians 4:13 & 14 .
S Chambers
January 14, 2021
My deep condolences go out to Jerice, Mark, and David. I enjoyed working with Randy for the 7 years when worked together at BSN in Anniston. He always had good stories to tell and loved to talk about his Texas Tech Red Raiders. Our prayers are with the family at this tough time as Randy was called home to the Almighty Father.
Don Piombino
Coworker
January 14, 2021
My condolences to Jerice, the boys, and the Talley family. Randy was a great person, husband, and father.
greg norton
January 13, 2021
So sorry to hear about Randy’s
Passing.
Praying for Jerice and family. ❤
Nan Maner-Cloud
Friend
January 13, 2021
Randy was well loved. He had a smile and joy everytime I saw him. Although I had the blessing of his company on rare occasion each interaction was indelible. Randy had his share of trials, fears and heartbreaks, but did not lose faith.
I grieve his loss and the pain he suffered, but am grateful for our shared hope and in it I take great solace. I look forward to the day when we are reunited and sorrow has vanished.
Greg Ray
Family
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