Randall Kent George
1955 - 2020
Cremation Society Of Kentucky
4059 Shelbyville Rd
Louisville, KY
Randall Kent George

Jeffersontown - Randall "Randy" Kent George (65) of Jeffersontown, Ky. returned to his heavenly home on November 26, 2020 after a valiant battle with brain cancer.

His devotion to his family and his unwavering belief in God supported him in his trial and gave him peace.

Randy was born to Kenneth and Alberta (Whitt) George on September 30, 1955, in Louisville, KY. He graduated from Doss High School, Louisville, in 1973 and earned a dual Associate degree in Architectural and Mechanical CADD, from Louisville Technical Institute, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Religion from Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA.

He retired from the Sullivan College of Technology and Design, Louisville, after over fifteen years as an instructor and department chairperson for the Architectural and Mechanical CADD program. His knowledge and dry wit made Randy a favorite among students and faculty.

He was an active member of Ninth and O Baptist Church, Louisville, KY.

He was a fan of the Louisville City Football Club, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Chicago White Sox and the Washington Capitols and enjoyed traveling to follow his favorite teams. He loved classical music, classic rock and chess.

He is survived by his wife of thirteen years, Terri (Bottger) of Jeffersontown, father Kenneth George, of Treasure Island, Fla., sisters Laura Band (Jack) of Louisville and Lisa Bishop (Royce) of Cartersville, Ga., as well as sons Jeremy and Brandon (Jocelyn) of Columbus, Ohio and Joel (Crystal) of Palm Harbor, Fla., stepson Patrick Malthouse, of Louisville, KY, and three grandchildren.

The family wishes to express gratitude to his loving and generous church family, the compassionate care he received from the teams at Norton Brownsboro Neuroscience and Cancer Institutes and Hosparus of Louisville.

A private memorial will be held at a later date.

Memorial contributions can be made in his name to the American Brain Tumor Association (https://www.abta.org) or Hosparus (hosparus.org).

Published by Courier-Journal from Dec. 4 to Dec. 6, 2020.
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I am very sorry to hear of Randy's passing and hope that his family will find some consolation in memories of his kind and gentle soul. He was highly respected by both his students and fellow instructors at Sullivan College of Technology and Design.
Jim Barks
December 6, 2020
It was always a blessing to participate in the men's study group that Randy led through 9th & O Baptist Church. He was always well prepared and led with wit and wisdom. We will all miss him!
Bruce Hinson
December 5, 2020
Sheree P Koppel
December 4, 2020
When we did see him as little as we did, he was a very decent and distinguished man who loved his boys and grandchildren very much and his wife Terry who was sweet and kind and very thoughtful!!! Our thoughts and prayers are with his son Brandon who's married to our daughter Jocelyn and his two brothers!! I know he'll be missed allot by our same grandchildren Shae, Kaden and Bryn!!!
Melissa Perley
December 4, 2020
Randy George on this side of heaven was a kind, thoughtful and funny man. His teaching knowledge helped so many young men and women reach their fullest potential and live out their dreams. You have now received your reward for a job well done as a husband, father, professor and friend. Now we must keep your family in our prayers. My deepest sympathy to you all and may you find peace during this time and the days and nights ahead of you. Blessings! Alice Sheffield
Alice Sheffield
December 4, 2020
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