Randy Brady Clemmons

Walnut Creek, California




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Randy Brady Clemmons June 27, 1955 - August 19, 2009 Resident of Pinole "Randy Brady" Clemmons is now broadcasting in the heavenly realms. His deep and passionate bass voice is echoing throughout the streets of gold. He was a beacon of light, even while fighting a tumultuous battle with cancer...

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So sorry to just now hear of this. Was searching for Uncle Johney's family and came across this. Lost contac with my cousins years ago and would like to re connect. Uncle Johney's was my Mom's (Dorsie) brother.
(Can contac me by email or FB)

I listened to KFAX and the voice of Randy for many years. When I heard how ill he was I began praying for him. He was one of the few people outside my immediate family and friends that I prayed for. I missed hearing him on the radio. God needed him more at home. We will all get to see him and thank him for his service one day. My heart goes out to the family and I just wanted to say "thank you Randy for serving the Lord." Regina, Vallejo, Ca.

Every time I listened to KFAX and heard Randy's voice and matter of fact description of his suffering he brought me hope and affirmed my belief in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. What a testimony to the goodness of God. He continued to spread joy and had joy in his voice even in the midst of pain. Each time I listened to him I'd say to myself, "I'm going to call him". Sadly, I never did. God bless you family.

Dear Family of Randy,

The previous writer Cherrie Calvin took the words right out of my mouth. Randy’s love for God could not be hidden. It was contagious as it was genuinely shared over the airwaves. I picture him running into the arms of his Redeemer with great joy and peace when he left this earth. Randy didn’t know me but he blessed me on my drive every weekday morning for many years (until my radio broke this past spring). I will continue to pray for his family and...

I used to listen to your husband's voice and I was always amazed at the grace he exibited and awed by his love of the Lord and his passion for life. I thank God for letting us listen to his testimony and I thank you his wife for sharing him with us.

Cherrie Calvin

Randy, I'm sure that you're no longer in pain now. I enjoyed listening to you on KFAX every morning.

I'll keep your family in my thoughts and prayers.

Rest In Peace, Randy Brady!

Debbie, Brady and Garrett.
God bless you all. I will be keeping you in my prayers as the days and months go by to lift you up in his GRACE.
I posted a note on 8-19, dont know where it went. But the Lord is keeping Randy in his care now. Thanks go out to all his family and friends that were close by for supporting Deb and the boys. I only wished I lived closer to spend time with you all.
Randy was and will always be my best friend, there is nobody to fill those shoes.

Debbie, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Dear Debbie, Juanita, I have been thinking of both of you a lot, I know this will be a hard time for both of you , Juanita you helped me many years ago when I lost Richard and I have alway been greatful. I can not come to the service but will be there in spirit. Randy and I had joke that I was waiting for hime tp grow up so we could get married, but I was very glad when he found Debbie. Deanna Hanks, Lincoln, CA