Jerry D. Randall • October 29, 2021

Jerry Devaughn Randall passed away in Kingwood, Texas on October 29, 2021 at the age of 90. Jerry was born on August 17, 1931 in Lacota, Florida, son of Merwin and Lucy (Dowda) Randall. As a young man, Jerry competitively raced motorcycles and had a passion for flying light planes and gliders. He served in the Army National Guard and later trained as a journeyman electrician. His work life led him from the Forest Service in Orange County, Florida to the ARAMCO oil refineries in Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia. Jerry loved to travel and embraced the adventure that working overseas brought him. He deeply valued the friendships he built with co-workers from around the world. After retirement and the passing of his first wife, Jerry continued to live a full life. He found love twice more with loving partners who would share his journey until they passed. He was a steadfast partner to those he loved. He was a loving and supportive father who was never inconvenienced when it came to helping someone in need.

Jerry is preceded in death by his brother, Harlan Beuford Randall; wives, Marilyn L. (Vasser) Randall, Eva-Marie (Newell) Randall, and Janice Lee Scheuber. Jerry is survived by his son, Wayne J. Randall and Rebecca Brister; daughter Beverly M. Randall and husband David R. Kniess; and Lisa Fay, mother of three grand-daughters, Courtney Fay, Kelsey Randall, and Kate Randall.

Jerry will be laid to rest alongside Marilyn L. Randall at Pensacola Memorial Gardens in Pensacola, FL. Visitation will be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Friday, November 19 from 7-9PM. There will be a graveside funeral service on Saturday, November 20 at 10:30AM. In lieu of flowers please consider a contribution to the National Forest Foundation,, or the Alzheimer’s Association,

  1. Celie says:

    Never easy losing a parent. Take comfort knowing he is reunited with those who passed before him-
    Thinking of you Bev and Dave – he was lucky to have you so close as his guardians for his final years… so glad you were able to spend time with Jerry IN PERSON these last few months.
    May he Rest In Peace.

  2. Toni and Bob Loftin says:

    Our deepest condolences to you, Bev, and Dave, Wayne, and the rest of your family. I see where you get your love of travel and sense of adventure. I’m sure he was proud of you. Wishing you peace and comfort in the days and weeks ahead.

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