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William Lee Randolph

July 9, 1925 - November 26, 2022

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date December 3, 2022

Family and friends may call at the Amos Carvelli Funeral Home, 201 Edison Street, Nutter Fort, on Friday, December 2nd from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, December 3, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at the Lost Creek United Methodist Church with Dr. Rob Kauffelt and Reverend Karen Brown presiding. Mr. Randolph will lie in state one hour prior to the service. Interment will follow in the Seventh Day Baptist Church Cemetery where full military graveside rites will be accorded.

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What an icon and truly senior member of the community ! I literally heard of "Billy" my entire life. He was certainly one of my Mother's favorite people and a great long-term friend. He was really an example of "the Greatest Generation." A person everyone looked up to. The idea of talking of Billy in the past tense is a sad one. But he had a long and productive life and leaves behind a wonderful family. My thoughts and prayers are with them.

Posted by Bill Rymer on December 3, 2022

Prayers for Mrs. Randolph, Rusty and Carmeleta, Joyce and all of Bill's family. May God comfort you as you remember the many good times that you all have shared with Bill. I remember talking to Bill, he did have a sparkle in his eyes that shined as he spoke, he will be remembered forever. Deepest Sympathy, Laura Randolph-Kennedy

Posted by Laura Randolph-Kennedy on December 1, 2022

I will always remember and cherish the generosity and love that I and my 4 siblings received from Uncle Bill and Aunt Marylou at their farm and home many summers of our childhood. I believe things like this make a difference in ones' life, and it absolutely did mine. As an adult, perspective matures and I realize what a kind, loving, and generosity of spirit were given to us. Thank you, and God Bless you and the family that I am so proud to be a member of. Rest In Peace, love, Michelle

Posted by Michelle R Shevlin on December 1, 2022

Bill Randolph is the finest man I've ever know. He's the finest man I ever will know. He was greatly loved and he will be greatly missed. His legacy as the Randolph Family Patriarch is and will be for generations to come for the many, many lives that he touched and the example he set for what it means to live a life well lived. Semper Fi Marine! With all our love & respect, Mike & Kirstan.

Posted by Michael & Kirstan Guerra on November 30, 2022

Remembering my Uncle Bill and his loving generosity to my mother and siblings oh so many years ago. My family was in need and he gave love and guidance to all five of us kids from the city. I am grateful for his support and kindness during those tender growing up years and remember so fondly his many stories. How fortunate my life was blessed with knowing and learning from him. Rest In Peace. Love Angela Guerra Harmon

Posted by Angela Guerra Harmon on November 30, 2022

We have lost another member of "the greatest generation." Connie and I enjoyed our visits with the Randolphs over the past few years. We were always entertained by Bill's many stories and his sense of humor. May all family members find comfort in many treasured memories. 🙏💖🙏

Posted by Steve Washburn on November 29, 2022

Bill was one of my favorite people growing up. Being neighbors and going to church together made life that much sweeter. I always felt like the Randolph's and the Shuman's were just extended family. I loved hearing Bill tell stories after church. He was such a hard worker and just really made the community of Rockford a home. He will be missed so much - Ginger (Allman) Wessel.

Posted by Ginger Wessel on November 28, 2022

Bill was an extraordinary man. He loved his family and his farm. We enjoyed hearing his farm stories and his great vast of knowledge. Seeing his eyes light up will forever be etched in our minds. Calving season made him so happy. His stories were told by him with so much excitement. RIP sweet man. We will remember you and miss you .

Posted by Lisa Willis, R.N.-B.S.N on November 28, 2022

"Bill" was an extraordinary man who was smart,kind and funny. We enjoyed seeing his eyes light up when he would tell farming stories. Especially, when it was calving season. Or when we would jokingly ask him about those "Big Boys" of his. He loved his family so much and was so proud to be their dad. RIP fine man. We will miss you.

Posted by Anonymous on November 28, 2022

Sorry to hear of this. I always remembered Billy from conversations I had with him after he returned from the Pacific War in WW2. A very nice person.

Posted by joseph bernard layne on November 28, 2022

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