Randy L. King
1951 - 2021
BORN
1951
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Kirkhoff Funeral Home - Bernville
206 N. Main Street
Bernville, PA
Randy L. King Randy L. King, 69, of Bern Township, passed away on January 9, 2021 at Penn State Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center. Born on March 30, 1951 he was the son of the late Leon King, Jr. and Fern King. He was the loving husband of the late Linda “Squeak” M. (Sauders) King with whom he shared 42 years of marriage at her time of passing on January 31, 2016. Randy was employed by CarTech for 30 years. After he retired, Randy worked at the Willow Hollow Golf Course part time for 20 years. Randy was a United States Army Veteran who proudly served our country for 22 years. Randy is survived by his children Brian H. King, husband of Kris King, of Bern Township, Barry L. R. King of Hamburg and Valerie M. King of Lenhartsville. Also surviving are five grandchildren, Katie, Cheyanne and Bobbie King and Josh and Shane Skipper; Five great grandchildren, Chance, Jayson, Blake, Conner and Zachariah; Four siblings, Barry Lee King, husband of Mae, Brenda Cordier, wife of Dave, Cindy McCalicher and Bamby Steinly, wife of Bernie. In addition to his wife, Linda, Randy is predeceased by one sister, Candy King. Services will be held on Friday, January 15, 2021 at 1:00 pm with a viewing starting at 11am until the time of service at the Kirkhoff Funeral Home, 206 N. Main Street, Bernville, PA 19506 Interment will take place at the Bern Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at milkinstrymbiskifuneralhome.com
Published by Reading Eagle from Jan. 11 to Jan. 13, 2021.
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Cindy, Barry, Brenda, and Bambi my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I have very fond memories of Randy helping my parents when I was not at home.

Your friend and former neighbor,
Craig Knouse
Craig Knouse
Friend
January 19, 2021
It was always fun working with him at Cartech we always talk when I ran into him at the golf course
Harry Lintz and Susie Lintz
Friend
January 19, 2021
My condolences to the King family on the loss of Randy. I was his therapist at Good Shepherd...what a kind hearted man! In the few weeks of his P.T. , I felt I had made a friend for life. He spoke so lovingly of all his family. Never complained once of pain and always had a positive attitude. I remember his sister Bamby from high school.Thanks for your years of serving in the Miltary. May beautiful memories replace your sorrow. God Bless!

Wendy Faust
Acquaintance
January 15, 2021
We are sorry to hear of your loss! Randy was a good person that I worked with at CarTech. He will deeply be missed. May he rest in peace and be happy with Linda now.
Michael & Bev Boettlin
January 15, 2021
Randy was a long time member of the PAD Camping Families Group. There are many good memories shared with him and his wife Linda. He was not only one of our customers but a personal friend. He was a very kind man who was always willing to help others and he will be missed. RIP now Randy!
Carolee Powell
Friend
January 15, 2021
Thank you for your service, sacrifice and dedication to our country. May the Lord comfort your loved ones during this difficult time. God Bless all!
Anonymous Veteran
January 14, 2021
I spent many years with Randy in the National Guard, camping. and at his house. He was a great friend and I never met anyone that didn't like him. I saw his sadness when he lost Linda and I hope they are together again.
Brian Faust
Friend
January 13, 2021
What a good friend Randy was when we worked in the Scrap Yard at Car Tech. A lot of fun times and great memories
Dan Becker
Friend
January 13, 2021
Brian and Barry, I am very sorry for your lose your dad was a very kind man.
Jim Dewald
Friend
January 13, 2021
So sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. He served in the National Guards with my dad. Have some great memories of those times. Prayers to his family.
Rosie Gingrich-Specht
Acquaintance
January 13, 2021
Steven Murray
January 12, 2021
It was a pleasure to have Randy in my unit he always had a way to cheer up the troops he was a hard worker and a great soldier. Salute to you!
S.J.Cashman Major (ret)
Served In Military Together
January 12, 2021
Rest In Peace my fellow Veteran. We shared some good times together while I was with the PA National Guard in Hamburg. My sincere condolences to the King family. Sincerely, John L Bachman, Jr. SSGT. US Army RET.
John L Bachman Jr
January 12, 2021
Randy was a good man he cared deeply, loved fun and always had an unstoppable can do attitude. I cherish my memories at him and am proud to have served with him!
Barrie Carr
January 12, 2021
I used to work with Randy back in the late 60's at Tommy Dale Chips. He was a great guy and a hard worker! RIP...
Tony Jackowski
Coworker
January 12, 2021
THANK YOU FOR SERVING!!
A.J. US Army Retired
January 12, 2021
Saturday night I received word of Randy’s passing. He was a long time friend of the Family. He was a great husband and father. He was a great friend to my dad and a true patriot to our country. He always took the time to talk to me when ever we would see each other. I loved to hear his many funny stories. His Super Bowl parties where epic and he always had a smile even when times where tough. The last time we spoke was after my dad had passed away and I remember thanking him for his friendship to my dad and I. I know he was hurting that day at loosing his good friend. I know in my heart that they are together again in the kingdom of Heaven laughing and rejoicing.
RIP Randy King
Until we all meet again.
Sammy Bolton
Friend
January 11, 2021
Saturday night I received word of Randy’s passing. He was a long time friend of the Family. He was a great husband and father. He was a great friend to my dad and a true patriot to our country. He always took the time to talk to me when ever we would see each other. I loved to hear his many funny stories. His Super Bowl parties where epic and he always had a smile even when times where tough. The last time we spoke was after my dad had passed away and I remember thanking him for his friendship to my dad and I. I know he was hurting that day at loosing his good friend. I know in my heart that they are together again in the kingdom of Heaven laughing and rejoicing.
RIP Randy King
Until we all meet again.
Sammy Bolton iii
Friend
January 11, 2021
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