Randall L. Hall

December 29, 2010

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Visitation:
35 Railroad Street Plymouth OH 44865 1/2/2011 14:00:00

Visitation 2:
12/30/2011 13:00:00

Service:
Henry Road Plymouth OH 44865 1/3/2011 11:00:00

Randall L. Hall, age 54, resident of rural Plymouth, Ohio passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at his home. He was born on March 8, 1956 in Lackey, Kentucky and was the son of the late Marie (Slone) Hall and Lee Hall. He was a 1974 graduate of Plymouth High School and a graduate of Divery University. Randall was previously employed by Mayflower Vehicle Systems in Norwalk, Ohio for over 30 years. Randall enjoyed the outdoors, playing and coaching sports, music and karokee and classic cars. His greatest love was spending time with family and friends. He was a man known and loved by many.
Randall is survived by his children, Brandon (Tara) Hall of Ontario; Benji (Brynn) Hall of Plymouth; Caden Hall of Shelby; three grandchildren, Bailey, Braxton and Briella; a brother, David (Vivian) Hall of North Carolina; a sister, Linda (Donald) Branham of Plymouth; nieces and nephews; special friend, Cindy Turson of Plymouth; and many other close family and friends.
He is preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Devenas Hall; and step-mother, Goldie Hall.
Friends may call at the Secor Funeral Home in Plymouth, Ohio on Sunday, January 2, 2011 from 2:00 to 4:00 and 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Funeral services will be held on Monday at 11:00 AM at the Little Rebecca Old Regular Baptist Church in Plymouth with Elders Phillip Beverly, Delmas Hall and Buddy Carty officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Cemetery in Plymouth, Ohio. Memorial contributions can be made to the family. Online condolences can be made at www.secorfuneralhomes.com

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Caden Hall - Mar 2, 2015

Hey dad I’m 14 now thinking of you and going to Ontario Highschool. I love and miss you, and am planning on being an Architect or. Physicist in Science all ways will be your boy love you bye

Caden - Mar 2, 2015

Dad also I am going to Florida in on the 27th and will come back to this site one day and write you again. Don’t forget the song Choices by George Jones

caden hall - Oct 16, 2011

this may be your last message but i will always rember you and i hope you have a god time in the almighty lords kingdom.It is so sad that you will never be down here to watch me grow up and I KNOW I WIIIIILL SEEEEE YOU AGIAN DAD. REMEMBER THIS I HAD CHOICES WITH THE CHOICES IVE MADE. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE YOUR SON CADEN SAMUEL HALL I WILL ALWAYS BE A HALL AND A COUNTRY BOY

Cindy Turson - Jan 9, 2011

Letter to Randall Hall

Cindy Turson - Jan 9, 2011

Randall,
Oh, how I miss you. My heart just aches, and I feel so numb. I have always tried to believe there is a purpose for why sad things happen in life and that something good will happen from those things. Before you came into my life, I was having trouble seeing the good. Now I do. We were meant to be.
God gave us each other, Randall, and we were happy. So much of this reminds me of some of the lines from the movie, “Field of Dreams”. “Ease his pain”. “No, it was you, Ray.” It was you, Randall.. You brought such joy to my life. And I am eternally grateful that I was the one to ease your pain. What a privilege it was to share in the happiness of the last few years of your life.
I have been jotting down bits and pieces of writing for a while. Now, I hope I can finally pull it all together. I want what I write to be a great tribute to the man you were and also tell you how much you meant to me. The best way I know of doing this is through the words of the songs we sang to one another. There were so many! So here goes. Cindy
P.S. I love you!
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Randall,
Have I told you lately that I love you? I will never forget the cold snowy night you called and played this song for me. Wow! I never dreamed I’d fall for someone again so easily. I couldn’t believe what you had done to me. You were so special and different from anyone I had ever known. I had the time of my life.
You really did have me from hello, Randall, and I will never forget how it felt when you reached out, caught my hand, and said that word. For me, it really was over from the start. You completely captured my heart. I was head over heels for you.
I truly thought you could rope the moon. You were “it” for me, and I know I am never going to feel like this again. You’re right, there is no getting over you, and I really, really do miss you, now that you’re gone.
You were such a wonderful gift in my life, Randall. You may have been a real, bad boy, but you were a real good man!! I loved you as you were, and never once thought of trying to change you. Why should I? You made me feel ten feet tall.
You gave me a reason to believe again, sugar pie. We had so much in common that it was, like you said, “scary”. We really were suited perfectly—me and you. We were both hard workers and had each found someone who enjoyed the same things. Music, sports, westerns, and old sitcoms just to name a few. Seriously, what man likes to shop at Meijer?! We probably could have pitched tents at Lowes and Mennards!!! Ha!
What we really enjoyed the most was being around the people we love: family and friends. We shared so many special talks about them. You had so many friends that I had trouble keeping everyone straight for a while! I loved your philosophy about “if friends help you, you need to help them back”. Sometimes they would ask for your help and sometimes they didn’t. You used to say, “All I can do is offer”. It was nice, after working for over 30 years and your factory shutting down, that you had time the last year to help some of them. I am sure they have great memories of those last months together. I hope when they hear “Find Out Who Your Friends Are”, they will remember you. You enjoyed singing it so much!
Family. “Family is everything” we always said. You were so proud of your sons. I think of all the conversations we had about them and how your voice swelled with pride at the mention of their names. Brandon and Benji have grown up to be fine young men. And I know Caden will, too. You spoke so often of how much Brandon was just like you. And how he could do a little of everything because of all the things you taught him. “Lessons in Life” you called them. Some people may not know that both of your sons lived on either side of you. You used to get the greatest kick out of Benji calling you every time you left the driveway, sometimes before you got down it! Your phone would ring, and we would both laugh and say “Benji”! And Benji would always say, “Where ya going?” I know how special this made you feel. It makes me so sad that Caden has lost you. He is so young. I hope he is always able to remember all the good times he had with you. Your three boys meant the world to you, just like my three do to me.
Some of the talks I enjoyed the most were stories of back where you came from. They were very familiar to me. The hills of Kentucky. I remember the amazement on your face when I told you that my family still owns a farm there, and it’s where I spent all my summers growing up. I will miss the talks we had about your family and the good people from the south and how they were the heart and soul of who we were today. We were both proud of where we came from. It makes me very sad that we won’t get the chance to visit there together like we wanted.
These past two years we were inseparable. We both wanted so much to know what love is, but inside we had both built walls around our hearts. You and I were so afraid to trust. It was hard to believe what we had was real and could last. But after a few months of being shocked at how well we got along and seeing the word “believe” everywhere we looked, we started to do just that. Believe. I will never forget all the times you said I was special and that you had been waiting for a girl like me. You made me feel special, and I wanted to make you feel the same.
Even though you may not have wanted to admit it, Randall, you knew you needed the love of a woman. I will treasure all the times you told me you loved me. I know those words didn’t come easy for you, but I know you did. You showed me in many different ways the last two years. So, like the Black Hawk song you played for me over the phone, there you have it! I’ve blown your cover!! Ha!
As I look back, I realize you may have been getting me ready for this with the songs you were singing. Still, it ain’t easy to ever say goodbye. You will live in my heart forever and you will always, always be my “troubadour”. How I laughed when you asked me what the heck that was!!! That song is so you!
Now that you have gotten where you’re going, I know there are only happy tears. You did believe there was a God, Randall. I know this from the many talks we had and from the beautiful way you sang the Brooks and Dunn song. When I told you “the words written in red” were Jesus’ words in the Bible, I could tell the song took on new meaning for you.
Please know that you were somebody, Randall. The choices that you made, made you who you were. They also brought you in contact with many wonderful people who cared very dearly for you. Just look at all those who came to say their final farewell.
So go rest high on that mountain, my love. You are home, and you are free. Free as you’ll ever be! Jumping out of cottonwood trees and chasing honeybees. I love you, baby. So much. And am so thankful I never missed the dance.
Cindy
P.S. I will always, always love you!!!
Our songs:
1. Have I Told You Lately—Rod Stewart
2. Look What You’ve Done to Me—Boz Scaggs
3. Hello—Kenny Chesney
4. Rope the Moon—John Michael Montgomery
5. Never Gonna Feel Like This Again—
Kenny Chesney
6. There’s No Getting’ Over Me—Ronnie Milsap
7. Miss Me When I’m Gone—Brooks and Dunn
8. Real Good Man—Tim McGraw
9. Couldn’t Change Me—Montgomery Gentry
10. Reason To Believe—Rod Stewart
11. Sugar Pie Honey Bunn—The Temptations
12. Me and You—Kenny Chesney
13. Find Out Who Your Friends Are—Tracey
Lawrence
14. Back Where I Come From—Kenny Chesney
15. I Want To Know What Love Is—Foreigner
16. I Been Waiting For a Girl Like You—
Foreigner
17. Love Of A Woman—Travis Tritt
18. There You Have It—Black Hawk
19. It’s Never Easy To Say Goodbye—Kenny
Chesney
20. Troubadour—George Strait
21. When I Get Where I’m Going—Brad Paisley
22. I Believe—Brooks and Dunn
23. I’m Gonna Be Somebody—Travis Tritt
24. Choices—George Jones
25. Go Rest High On That Mountain—Vince Gill
26. Almost Home—Craig Morgan
27. Free—Zac Brown Band
28. The Dance—Garth Brooks
29. I Will Always Love You —Dolly Parton

Sheila and Terry Branham - Jan 5, 2011

Words can not describe how sad our hearts are today and will be for time to come. Let us all pray to the Lord to help us through this hard time. Randell was so loved and will be missed so dearly. Our lives have been changed and never will be the same again. Let us all remember the times we had with him(and there were a lot of good times)and cherish these memeories because this is all we have to hold onto until we meet again. We all need to take from Randell the Love that he showed for everyone and show each other everyday. This is what he would want. Linda, David, Brandon, Benji and Canden have faith and take comfort in knowing that your Brother, Dad is just begining his New Life. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Randell we love you and will miss you so much. God Bless the Hall family and friends.
Love you all
Sheila and Terry and Family.

Ernie & Annette Stroud - Jan 4, 2011

Dear Hall family: Our family would like to send its deepest sympathies to you. We always enjoyed being around Randall. He was a kind, compassionate man. Randall’s work ethics were among the best and he had a lot to offer towards the successes of the Norwalk manufacturing facility. He will always be remembered.
May the Lord bless you with peace and comfort.
Sincerely, Ernie & Annette Stroud

Hargus Jr. & Gracie Dials - Jan 3, 2011

Dave, Brandon, Benji, and family. We are so sorry for your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Angie Hammett - Jan 3, 2011

To my boys Brandon and Benji… Your dad was truly a wonderful “DAD” and loved you both with all he had in him. He was always alittle hard on you guys but I know that has made you both into the wonderful men you are. He was so so proud of both of you and would have jumped over the moon for you (even though he wouldn’t let you believe that). He was a kid at heart and that’s what made him so so special. Your dad wanted the best for both of you and you both need to cherish the so so many memories that he gave both of you and bailey, braxton and briella. Randall enjoyed life so much and that’s what he would want for both of you. It’s going to be hard because he will always be in our hearts with the things he either said or did. You both can be so proud of your dad because he was a wonderful person and loved you both with all of his heart. Today is going to one of the hardest days of your life but remember that he would want you to remember the good things and be there for your families because they are going to need you. I just love you both so so much and it feels like a part of me has died because he was your father. May God Bless you both today and give you the stength to get through this and to find comfort someday in your dad’s memories. He will be greatly missed because he was loved by so so many many people.

Margie Hall - Jan 3, 2011

Dear Caden, I want you to always remember the special bond that you shared with your dad. You were a big blessing in his life. He always told me that you changed his life. You only knew him a short while, but he loved you more than you will ever know. You have a long road ahead of you. It will be very hard to grow up without having your dad there to always support you. But when in doubt ask yourself. What would dad do if he were here? Remember the many memories of your dad, the places we went to together, and the time you spent alone with him. He will be very proud of you someday. I love love you Caden…..

Margie Hall - Jan 3, 2011

Dear Caden, I want you to always remember the special bond that you shared with your dad. You were a big blessing in his life. He always told me that you changed his life. You only knew him a short while, but he loved you more than you will ever know. You have a long road ahead of you. It will be very hard to grow up without having your dad there to always support you. But when in doubt ask yourself. What would dad do if he were here? Remember the many memories of your dad, the places we went to together, and the time you spent alone with him. He will be very proud of you someday. I love you Caden…..

Margie Hall - Jan 3, 2011

Dear Caden, I want you to always remember the special bond that you shared with your dad. You were a big blessing in his life. He always told me that you changed his life. You only knew him a short while, but he loved you more than you will ever know. You have a long road ahead of you. It will be very hard to grow up without having your dad there to always support you. But when in doubt ask yourself. What would dad do if he were here? Remember the many memories of your dad, the places we went to together, and the time you spent alone with him. He will be very proud of you someday. I love you Caden…..

Jason & Glenda Rowe - Jan 3, 2011

Dear Brandon, Benji, Caden and families….
There are no words that will ease your pain, we are at a total loss of what to say. All we can say is that we are so sorry for your loss. Always hold on to the memories, they will comfort you. Take care and God bless….

Randy & Cindy Bridges - Jan 3, 2011

Brandon, Benji, Caden
Your Dad was a wonderful man and he loved you guys and life. Take one day at a time and always remember all the memories you have of your very special dad.

Randy & Cindy Bridges - Jan 3, 2011

Brandon, Benji, Cindy
We are so glad that Randall was apart of our life and that we got to shared alot of good times with him. Randall really touched our lives in so many ways. We will always remember his smile and especially remember when we play “Let’s Get It On”. Randall and Cindy made the best duo and great DJ’s. We love you Randall. See you again some day…..

Randy & Cindy Bridges - Jan 3, 2011

To All Randall’s Family & Friends
Our thought and prayers are with all of you. We can only hope that in our lifetime that we have a chance to have such great family and friends and to make so many memories and to pass them on to our loved ones. You are all truly a great family and friends. So glad we got to be apart of it through Randall.
Thanks

Jim & Wanda Sowards - Jan 3, 2011

Linda, So sorry for your loss, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Jim & Wanda Sowards

Chuck and Vickie Buskill - Jan 3, 2011

We would like to express our deepest sympathy for your loss. I’m sure Randy will be sorely missed. I worked with Randy for many years in Norwalk and he was one of my star softball players. To the children and grandchildren, he was an outstanding man and friend to all. Stay strong through these times. You all are in our prayers.

steve dittman - Jan 3, 2011

Very , sorry to hear of your loss . Randy was a good and hardworking man . May Gods enduring love be with his family and friends .

Gert and Benny Elliott - Jan 3, 2011

Randall was about 4 years old in my first remembrance of him. My mother remembers how he used to stand at the school bus door wanting to go to school with the rest of us. The bus driver always sent him back home. Time somehow got away from us. He grew to have a beautiful family that he showed a lot of pride in.
Benny worked with Randall for 30 some years at CVG. They shared golf and the love of cars together. (Not to mention they were proud Grandpas at baseball games).
Precious Memories flood our minds as we think of all of Randall’s family tonight. We share in your grief with the loss of a good friend. “Look up” to where all your help comes from as you search for comfort in the loss of your Dad, Grandpa, and brother.

Lori Cuppy Crichton - Jan 2, 2011

Prayers from our family to the Family of Randall Hall. God Bless You all.

Lana & Brian Kennard - Jan 2, 2011

Randall…I will never forget practicing for mud volleyball at your place while you sang karaoke to all of us and made us laugh. You will be missed! Caden, Benji, Brandon and family…you are all in our thoughts. Just remember all the wonderful memories your dad has left you. He was a man loved by many and will never be forgotten!

Kenneth Kelley - Jan 2, 2011

Randall, I thank you for sharing your sons with me and I really appreciated your help coaching basketball and baseball. Your knowledge made me look good. It was a shock to hear of your death. This is not the way it was suppose to be. You were suppose to come to my calling hours. I always have to smile when I think of some of the goofy things we did and said, like when you asked if I liked karaoke and I said, I don’t like any of that Chinese sh**. You will be missed by lots of people. God Bless!

John & Hazel Elkins - Jan 1, 2011

We were very sorry to hear of Randall’s passing. We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the family for your loss. Just call on the Lord and he will comfort you.
With a heart full of Love,
John and Hazel Elkins

Addie and Bob Langley - Jan 1, 2011

To all of Randall’s family and friends:
We know this is an awful time for all of you. They say time heals all wounds,it does get easier,
however,none of you will ever forget him. From what we have heard and know of Randall he was a wonderful person. Remember the good times and wonderful memories. We knew Randall a little, and what I (Addie) remember he was so friendly and such a good-looking man with a kind heart.
We will be thinking about all of you during this trying time. Very foundly yours:
Addie,(Donald Branham’s sister)
and Bob Langley
ps Take good care of my little sister-in-law Linda.

Ronald and Beth Tash - Jan 1, 2011

I could talk for days about what Randall meant to everyone. Words can’t express how people feel. Randall loved to live life and he will be missed. I am proud to have known him for as long as i have. Randall will be in hearts forever.

Todd Fackler - Jan 1, 2011

So long, old friend. I will miss your thoughtfulness and warm smile.

Elaine Root - Jan 1, 2011

Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. I pray that God comfort you and give you strength at this time and in the days ahead.

David &Vivian Hall - Jan 1, 2011

Caden, your Dad loved you,Brandon and Benji more than anything in the world. We pray you will always remember him as being the most caring father anyone could have. Uncle David & Bibby will always be there for you, Brandon and Benji. We love you.

Charles & Joanne Nickles - Jan 1, 2011

No matter how long we get to keep our loved ones it is never long enough. That is where the memories will help you get through the rough times. They will become even more precious. May God comfort you and give you the strength to get through the coming days.

The Knapp Family - Jan 1, 2011

Benji, Brandon and Families, We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Please know that Kris and I will be here for you all.

Dianna Weekley (Hale) - Dec 31, 2010

My heart goes out to your family and friends Randall.. What a great guy you were.. Always a smile and a kind word for anybody you came in contact with.. You will be missed by many for sure.. I will pray for your loved ones that God will bless them and make this time of sadness as easy as possible.. May their memories comfort their hearts..

Dan & Amanda Bowser - Dec 31, 2010

Thoughts and prayers to all of you.

Rhonda Bolen & Brian Roberts - Dec 31, 2010

I am so sorry about the loss of such a great man. He was a very devoted and caring person. He always had a smile and a hello every time I saw him. Brandon, Benji and Caden you will always have the good memories. The hurt never goes away but it just gets easier to deal with. You will always be able to remember him and be very proud to have called such a wonderful man dad.

BRANDON HALL - Dec 31, 2010

Dad, A big part of my heart is gone and I don’t know how to make the pain stop. I have lost my father, mentor, and best friend. I’ve sat here typed, cried, and tried to find the words to help describe what you meant to me, but I’ve realized there are no words that can truly do that. I’m going to miss our jokes (even the ones at my expense (how great of a golfer I am)), conversations, and just seeing your face. Your grandsons asked about you all the time, especially “Brax”, he praised the ground you walked on and I know you did the same for them. You will be with me each and every single day, I will never let go of this love I have for you. I hope I get to see you again someday!!!!!! I love you dad!!

Olen & Tangi Dials - Dec 31, 2010

Dear Brandon and Benji,
Our sincere sympathies are with both of you during this heartbreaking time. We’ve had some wonderful times with your dad and family over the years. He will missed by all of us. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless You All!!

Kathy Dawson Brown - Dec 31, 2010

i was so shocked to hear about Randall,.We know all to well what your loss feels like…my heart and prayers go out to all of his family.i know he will truely be missed.hold dear all your memories.and have faith in our Lord Jesus Christ,for i do believe you will see him again someday.i know hes up in heaven with mom and dad singin and dancin…Randall was a good man..God Bless all of the Hall family…

Mary Teglovic Russo - Dec 31, 2010

My deepest sympathy to Randall’s family and loved ones. I was in Randall’s class of 74, and will always remember his kindness and bright smile.

Regina Whitaker - Dec 31, 2010

Benji – I am just so sorry that your dad is gone at such a young age. I had the privledge of meeting him last fall but felt like I had known him for so long because of his closeness to John (and Darla). Know that I am thinking of you and praying for you and all of your family.

Darla and John Conley - Dec 31, 2010

Randall there are not any words to truly express how much John and I cared for you and how much we will miss you. You treated our family like your family, the girls are devastated. They know how much their Dad (John)loved you. I am Thankful for the times John got to share with you this past year. I’m not so sure I should Thank you or not for getting John to kareoke all the time! ha ha Good times, good memories. We will do anything we can for your boys, You were an awesome father to all of them! Truly a family man! I just keep thinking, Only the good die young….until we meet again……..Darla and John

Sally Dunbar - Dec 31, 2010

Caden,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Please know that your dad is at peace with God in heaven. God bless you all.
Mrs. Dunbar and the students and staff at St. Mary’s School

Margaret 'HALL' Moore - Dec 31, 2010

TO ALL OF RANDALL SON’S,THIS WAS SUCH A SHOCK. I REALLY LOVE YOUR DAD VERY MUCH.JUST REMEMBER THE TALKS,LAUGH THAT YOU ALL HAVE HAD TOGETHER THAT IS REALLY GOOD MEMORIES.AS THE YEARS PASSED BY IT WILL GET EASIER BELIEVE ME. I KNOW I HAVE BEEN THROUGH IT.GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU ALL.GOD WILL GET YOU THROUGH THIS AND WE ALL ARE PRAYING FOR THE FAMILY.LOVE YOU ALL.RANDALL COUSIN MARGARET “HALL”MOORE. HARRODSBURG,KY

Tara Hall - Dec 31, 2010

Randall, I don’t know where to begin…You were such a good man and we all loved you so much. It’s so unreal that you are gone. Our hearts just ache, but we know you are in a better place. You will be thought of every single day. We will never let go, just as we never let go of my mom. We know you will be watching over us right along with her. I know you were Brandon’s idol and he looked up to you in so many ways. Bay and Brax loved their Papa more than words can say and all four of us will miss you terribly. You were such a great father-in-law, I couldn’t have asked for any better. You were definately one of a kind! We love you, Randall! See you again some day…

Haleigh Wilhide + Family - Dec 31, 2010

Randall Hall…you are loved by soooo many people! You are truly an awesome man! You were so funny and caring and would do anything for my family…and for that I THANK you so much for all the memories built as we will cherish them forever! Dad and you had the GREATEST times ever! Whether you were working and getting the job done or playing golf or watching Benji play ball or (my favorite) singing your hearts out, ya all loved each other and had a bond like no other. I know you will be with us each day! I love you forever!

DAVID WYLIE' HARRODSBURG,KY - Dec 31, 2010

margareget’hall’MOORE SON, DAVID WYLIE.my deepest sympathy goes out to the family, and friends. I TRULY GOING TO MISS HIM. RANDALL, ALWAYS INVITED US TO HIS HOME, AND PARTY THERE.WORDS CAN’T BEGAN TO TELL YOU ALL HOW MUCH MY MOM,AND I LOVE YOUR DAD.RANDALL, WAS A WONDERFUL MAN. KEEP YOUR MEMORIES OF DAD WITH YOU. RANDALL,I LOVE YOU VERY MUCH AND YOU MEAN WORLD TO ME.
LOVE YOUR COUSIN, DAVID WYLIE

Mike & your friends from work - Dec 31, 2010

Benji & family, Anyone that ever heard you speak of your dad knows you were very close and had a great relationship. So sorry for your loss – you have our deepest sympathy.

john - Dec 31, 2010

RANDY,I DON’T HAVE TO HAVE ANYTHING TO REMIND ME OF YOU. BECAUSE YOU GAVE ME SOMETHING ALONG TIME AGO AND I WILL ALWAYS CHERISH IT. IT WAS YOUR FRIENDSHIP AND YOU ARE MY BEST FRIEND.I LOVE YOU MAN!

Crystal Lybarger - Dec 31, 2010

For some moments in life~ there are no words.
Thinking of your family during this difficult time.

APRIL WYLIE - Dec 31, 2010

APRIL WYLIE DAUGHTER OF MARGARET HALL MOORE.,I WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS MY DEEPEST SIMPATHEY TO THE FAMILY AND TO THE CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN MOST OF ALL. JUST REMENBER ONE DAY WE ALL WILL REJOICE. MY FAMILY I WILL KEEP YOU ALL IN MY PRAYER’S. BELIEVE GOD WILL GRANT YOU PEACE TO EASE YOUR HEART’S. LOVE AND GOD BLESS!
FROM:YOUR COUSIN APRIL, GEORGIA

David Hall - Dec 31, 2010

Benji & Brandon – I loved my little brother more than words can say. My heart cries out tonight for him, but I know I’ll have to see him in heaven. Randall, your family and friends are broken hearted over you leaving us but we all love you and will miss you as long as we live. You made us laugh and you made sure before you left that we would never forget you. I will never be the same again without you little brother. Your loving brother, DavidTY

Keith Ensign - Dec 31, 2010

I am so sorry I played softball with Randy. Good guy, too young, and my age. GOD BLESS

Lori Berberick - Steichen - Dec 30, 2010

So so sorry and he will be truly missed. I went to school with Randy and still keep in touch with the friends we all hung out with. To his kids and grandkids this will be a tough tough time. Lean on your family and friends.

Judy--Topmost, KY - Dec 30, 2010

Just want to say this is such a shock to all his family and friends in KY. May God hold you in His arms and help you through this trying time. God Bless!

Jeffrey Adams - Dec 30, 2010

I would like to express my deepest simpathey for the the family and children of Randall.Right now im at a loss for words for whats happened.I am praying for him and i am crying for him,i love him and i will miss him. His cousin Jeff Adams wife Linda mother Gerlene Adams and Dick Adams

Tiger and Sue Maudsley - Dec 30, 2010

Brandon and Benji, our deepest sympathy to your families. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Brynn Hall - Dec 30, 2010

Randall i can’t even begin to describe how greatly you will be missed. We loved you so much, Miss B (your sissy)will always know her Pawpaw Hall. She knew when you were in the room. You two had your own little things. We will think of you everyday and remember all the good times we had with you. You were always there for us. Rest in peace Dad, we love you and we look forward to the day we see you again. I am sure you are already the life of the party up there singing away. Love you always and forever.

Rebecca Kennard - Dec 30, 2010

I am so so sorry about the loss of Randall.Nothing ever prepares you for the loss of a parent and the hurt you will endure.It’s difficult to understand how something like this could happen to someone loved by so many, but find some peace in knowing that God only takes the good ones to watch over all of you from heaven.

Kenny & Sandy Edgeson - Dec 30, 2010

Randall, I will truly miss you. You were one of my best friends ever since junior high.”EVERY” time I saw you I got a big smile and handshake, You were a true friend and classmate. We had a lot of good times and a million laughs,times I will always remember,especially how good you treated me.I know our families grew and we got farther away, but when we saw each other and talked about the past, it just seemed to make time disappear.Most of the time it was you,me, Roy and James. I will “NEVER” forget you!!!!! Brandon ,Benji Cadon, Sandy and I are truly sorry.

Tiffany Albright Rankin - Dec 30, 2010

Please accept my deepest sympathies during this most difficult of times. It is hard to comprehend such a tragic loss. Please know that your family will be in our family’s thoughts and prayers in the coming days.

Cynthia Orosz - Dec 30, 2010

Brandon, I only meant you and your father a few times and I remember how wonderful you guys were to my husband Ronald Orosz who you worked with at Mayflower before Ron died…Please know you have my deepest sympathy and know you are in my thoughts and prayers..Mrs.Ronald Orosz(Cindy)

Caden Hall - Dec 30, 2010

I know it’s hard to lose my dad. I only knew him for ten years.I know that he has gone to a better place but I dearly miss him. I wish I knew him longer. I love you dad.

Danette Detterman - Dec 30, 2010

To Caden and his brothers, your father was proud of all you boys. He loved you all so very much, family man would definately describe your father. When I think of him I will always have a little smile because he just always made up some funny little thing and what a great singer. You were all so very LUCKY to have a LOVE of a father like Randall had for all of you. Hang in there and get through the next couple days it will be hard, but you will see how many friends and love your father shared. No one can take your memories away they will last FOREVER.

Benji Hall - Dec 30, 2010

Dad, where should I begin? You are the Greatest man that I will ever know. You taught me everything I know and I will continue to do my best to make you proud! I hope one day I can be the man you were. We took you for granted and now you are gone, but memories will always last forever! Your love is implanted into my heart and Briella will always know her Papa. You are not here physically, but your spirit will always be with us. We will meet again! I love you and miss you! R.I.P.

Ontario Boys Basketball - Dec 30, 2010

Our deepest condolences to Benji, Brandon and their families.
Ontario boys basketball players and coaches