Randolph Murdock
Porter Loring Mortuary McCullough
1101 McCullough Ave.
San Antonio, TX
Randolph E. Murdock (Randy), age 64, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 12, 2014. A native of San Antonio, he was a Thomas Jefferson High School Class of 1967 graduate and in the Texas A&M Class of 1971. Randy and Nora married in 1994 in Ft. Myers, Florida where they owned and operated Royal Palm Travel. Randy's passion was animals and community service. Retiring to San Antonio in 2005, he served on the city's Parks & Recreation Advisory Board where he established a neighborhood community park in the Sunshine Estates area. He was currently serving on the Animal Care Services Advisory Board where he was instrumental in getting an ACS facility in Brackenridge Park. He was the current Chairman of the Watershed Improvement Advisory Committee. He is survived by his beloved wife, Nora Slagle Murdock; brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. Donations in Randy's memory can be made to San Antonio Pets Alive, P. O. Box 830006, San Antonio, TX 78283.
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Nora,i am still living in indianapolis...call or email me 317.362.8155. Annabelle brhs
Annabelle Paul
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October 27, 2016
we are so sorry for your loss Nora we will keep you in our prayers. be well, Gloria &JERRY
Gloria and Jerry Cohn
February 19, 2014
Nora -- my thoughts and prayers are with you. I am so sorry to hear of Randy's passing. I will be unable to attend the service, but I will certainly be with you in spirit. Please know I'm thinking of you. Love, Jan Carter
Jan McNeil Carter
February 21, 2014
Nora, Randy and I went to Jefferson and A & M together. I'm very sorry for your loss! Randy had become a very fine individual and I hope to see him in heaven someday! Gary
Gary Napper
February 20, 2014
Nora - Gary and I are so sorry to hear about Randy's passing. We often talk of our times in Ft. Myers and our memories of you and Randy. Our prayers are with you.
Cody and Gary
February 21, 2014
Nora: My cousin, Bertha, and I wish to express our deepest sympathy to you and the family. Although we did not know Randy when we attended Jeff, we got to know him and you at the recent class reunions. I will always remember the Fiesta medals that he gave to me to exchange. Both Bertha and I were looking forward to seeing both of you at the up-coming 65th Birthday Celebration for the Jefferson Class of '67. Again, our deepest sympanthy. Sally Rios Bertha Lopez Pena Jefferson Class of 1967
Sally Rios and Bertha Lopez Pena
February 19, 2014
Truly one of the nicest men ever - rest in peace.
Sharon De La Garza
March 6, 2014
Randy will be missed by all. Randy and I grew up together and shared our school years. Both of us played the violin and were in the Youth Symphony. He was a real humanitarian and devoted his time to animal welfare. I lost a very good friend.
Brian Langford
February 25, 2014
Condolences to Randy's family. What a loss for all!
Sharon Gross Sanders TJHS '67
February 19, 2014
Randy was my classmate from elementary school to high school graduation. I did not see him again until the class reunion a couple years ago. All those memories are sweet & I am saddened by his passing. Prayers to his family & may his legacy in the community & with animals continue.
Marilyn (Suzi) Burrier
February 19, 2014
RIP Randy, you were one of the good ones.
Jeff Barrish
February 19, 2014
A nice young man at TJHS and a good man latter in life. My condolences to all his family.

Betty Crawshaw Almaraz
Betty Almaraz
February 19, 2014
Randy will be missed! Deepest sympathy.
Dave Frost
February 18, 2014
I had the pleasure of serving with Randy on the Parks and Recreation Board. He was a gentleman and truly committed to community service. So sad to see him leave us.
Doug McMurry
February 18, 2014
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