In Memory

Randy Clark

Visitation for Randy  is 6-8pm Thursday at Williams Funeral home. 

Funeral is Friday at 11am at First Methodist in Garland
Their address is 1714 Surrey Court
Garland, TX   75043



 
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10/31/09 11:18 AM #1    

Royce E. Mitchell, Jr

I am sorry for the family's loss. I hadn't seen Randy since graduation up until the Reunion. It was good to see him. Despite his health problems, he still had that warm smile that let you know of his friendly nature.

I am certain that there are a lot of people who will be deeply affected by Randy's passing.
Royce

10/31/09 02:13 PM #2    

Dick Stafford

Randy will be remembered as our leader with a kind heart, genuine smile, warm personality and always truly friendly. We will miss him for now, but he touched each of us as young people at GHS - and later. Randy lives on in all of us. Thank you Randy!

11/01/09 12:08 PM #3    

Elaine Heady (Hill)

Randy's family...so sorry for your loss. I remember Randy as a leader with a great personality. He was warm and caring and always had a smile. He touched all of the class of "69 in one way or another and I am glad to have known him.

11/03/09 09:47 PM #4    

Peggy Tapp (Fuller)

Randy was an inspiration to all of us at GHS and those that he touched throughout his life. The impact of his commitment to Garland ISD will have a positive and powerful effect on so many for generations to come. We will all miss him. Our prayers for peace to Janie, the kids and Randy's family.

11/13/09 11:00 AM #5    

Rhoda Struck (Tannheimer)

We miss you Randy. Thanks for all the fun times in Student Council. You were a good leader and a nice person. Janie, what an angel you are and a great example of a Lady; I admire you. God bless you both.

01/24/10 05:43 PM #6    

Patti Williamson

WOW! What can I say about Randy. He was one of the nicest guys in our class. Always friendly. Great football player and leader. I also knew him as a patient at Dr Seelbach's office where I was a young assistant and then hygienist. I knew him best though as a dentist. He was a very well respected and talented dentist. His patients loved him and were sad when he had to retire. They still talk about him! He was an awesome school board member. A leader. He left such a legacy behind him. He was a good father and husband. We will miss his bravery and tenacity.

04/21/10 11:58 AM #7    

Patricia Dowell (Scimeca)

Dear Randy,

What a loss for all of us!  Janie and the kids, the entire Clark family, the City of Garland, the larger GHS family.  Randy was a smart, quiet leader of people.  He seemed to just take charge and did it with an ease that many do not ever acquire.  I knew Randy from the first grade, and sang at his wedding to Janie and although we didn't see each often, always felt that he had impacted my life in a positive way... Always moving forward. 

I still remember when he was diagnosed with diabetes in Jr. High.  He seemed indomitable and capable of everything even with a devastating disease.  And, he was capable of so much. 

God bless him and the incredibly full life and change he made in this world.

 


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