Randel "Randy"-Kersh-Obituary

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Randel "Randy" David Kersh

Tyler, Texas

Nov 20, 1952 – Sep 27, 2021 (Age 68)


November 20, 1952
September 27, 2021
Tyler, Texas


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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

Services for Randy Kersh, 68, of Tyler, will be held on Friday, October 1st at 11:00 AM at Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit Funeral Home, with Pastor Steve Trammell officiating.

Burial will follow at Bascom cemetery in Tyler under the direction of Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit.

Randy Kersh passed away on Monday, September 27th  in Tyler.

Randy Kersh was born November 20th 1952 in Tyler to Gerald and Mae Kersh.

Randy was married to his wife Debbie Kersh for 31 years. He retired from Christus Hospital, after 30 years of service as grounds man. He loved football, Nascar and anything Bigfoot. He also officiated football for 24 years and loved the members of the football chapter. He also loved traveling with his wife.

Randy is survived by wife Debbie Kersh; son, Brandon Kersh; brother, Robert Kersh and wife Deborah and mother, Eva Mae Kersh.

Randy was preceded in death by his father, Gerald Kersh.

Pallbearers will be Jimmy Hicks, Tommy Nichols, Mike Pardue,  Ken Holland, Rusty Bledsoe and Mason Bledsoe.

Visitation is scheduled from 5:00 to 7;00 PM on Thursday, September 30th at Jackson's Burks Walker Tippit.


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We grew up across the street from Randy on Mims street in North Tyler. He and my brother Roodi were very good friends and they always allowed me to play ball with them even tho I was much younger. It had been a while when I last spoke with Randy but he was always very positive and always had a kind word. May Peace be with the Kersh family as we cherish the memories of Randy. RIP.

May God comfort you Debbie and Randy's family during this time of loss. The two of you were not only a couple but such good friends that enjoyed doing things together. May Our Lord hold you all up during these difficult times. One day you will both be reunited.
John 3:16

Grief can be so hard; it's our special memories that always matter most. Remembering you and your loved ones today and always. It's a sad time mixed with a glorious time when you can be certain of a heavenly home waiting just for you.

Deb and Brandon, I cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. Randy was definitely one of a kind, and I know he will be missed by everyone that knew him. I can see him now cutting up with Uncle Howard, giving Uncle Gerald a hard time and giving our Aunts that sweet smile and a hug! I love you both and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Cousin Sunni

With Love from Juanita kersh and family god bless you

Randy was always such a wonderful person. Growing up I never heard him say any thing bad about anyone. He was always such great fun. Always had a smile on his face, no matter what he had to do. This was such a shock, Just doesn’t seem real.

Becky Norton

Randy was a wonderful neighbor

Randy was a wonderful neighbor rest in peace