Audrey B. Randolph
1928 - 2020
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Audrey B. Randolph, 92, of Scottdale, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020, at home, where she was in the care of her loving family. Audrey was born July 15, 1928, at West Overton in East Huntingdon Township, a daughter of the late William T. and Ella Marie (Forejt) Broush. She was married to David J. "Flick" Randolph, who passed away Jan. 6, 1995. Audrey was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She loved spending time with her family, often catching up over a cup of coffee at the dining table where her cooking skills would be on full display. From Sunday dinners, to family picnics hosted with her sister and best friend, Gladys Zearley, Audrey showed her love through food and ensured no one left her house hungry. Her homemade noodles and dumplings were staples and her own creation of "Grandma dip" was frequently requested by her family members. She also enjoyed gardening, which she excelled at, cross stitching, jigsaw puzzles and reading, and often looked forward to beach vacations. Audrey was a longtime member of Calvin United Presbyterian Church in Scottdale, where her green thumb was often on display in the church's blooming flowerbeds. Years ago, she worked at the former Cossel's Market and IGA Store and enjoyed engaging with her customers! Left to treasure Audrey's memory are her daughters, Jackie Marchewka, of Canton, Mich., Pamela Askey, of Scottdale, and Karen Hough and husband, Jeff, of Alverton; her seven grandchildren, Missy Marchewka, of Canton, Mich., Allison Pawlikowsky and husband, Jason, of Scottdale, Michelle Huff and husband, Charles, of Canton, Mich., Rachel Askey and husband, Brett Fullem, of Irwin, Matthew Marchewka and partner, Pamela Meyer, of Kalamazoo, Mich., Lauren McGill and husband, Chuck, of Huntington, W.Va., and Garrett Hough, of RuffsDale; her eight great-grandchildren, Jae, Elle, and Beatrix Pawlikowsky; Isabelle and Madeline Huff, Sullivan and Reagan Fullem and Gunnar McGill; her brother, William Broush; her very special friend, Maria Pawlikowsky; her favorite nephew, Danny Zearley and wife, Susie; and numerous beloved nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by her siblings, Gladys Zearley, Dorothy Tullio, Mildred Byrwa, Virginia King, Jack Broush and Richard Broush; and her sons-in-law, George Askey and Lonnie Marchewka. Personalized arrangements are under the professional supervision of the ROBERT B. FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, 105 Spring St., Scottdale (724-887-5300 / At Audrey's request, there will be no viewing. A celebration of Audrey's life will occur at a later date when it is safe to gather and enjoy Bud Murphy's pizza, Buzzy wings along with an IC Light toast. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Calvin United Presbyterian Church. Love Lasts Forever!

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Published in Tribune Review from Nov. 27 to Nov. 29, 2020.
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November 29, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Our deepest sympathy to you.
Dave and Cheryl Krieger
November 27, 2020
I remember this dear lady from Cossells. Always with a smile and always kind. My kids loved to go in that shop. And what lovely words everyone has to say about her. Fond memories and sorry for your loss.
Barbara Davis Hayes
barbara hayes
November 27, 2020
I always enjoyed talking with her at the IGA and later at my store or anywhere I met her downtown. She was fun to talk to and seemed much younger than her age.
Marty Savanick
November 26, 2020
Jackie....and sisters....Sorry for the loss of your mom. Treasure your memories
Judi Rodgers Kozar
November 26, 2020
When I think of Audrey I always think of Gladys. I was forever mixing the two of them up. I remember Ginny sending me over to the two of them with a flat of pansies to plant and how warm and welcoming Audrey was to me. I am having a toast to the last of the Broush sisters, I am glad all of you were back in heaven for Thanksgiving. All my love to you girls and your families. Michele (Boshinsky) King
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