[Funeral Program for Leo Randle, February 2, 2006] Page: 2 of 3
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Leo Randle was bom on August 14, 1950 to Essie and Leo Foster. He was later
lovingly adopter by Mary and Willie Randle. Both proceeded him in death. He
attended and graduated from St. Peter Claver.
Leo joined Savannah Baptist Church and later united with Calvary Baptist
Church. He met and was united in holy matrimony to Deloris A. Kuykendal.
To this union they were blessed with two sons, Aaron J. Gaskin, Jr. and
Broderick Nathaniel Randall.
Leo was employed with various companies; Orsinger Buick, San Antonio Light
and was the head cook at the Hemisphere Tower.
Leo was known to friends and love ones as "Butler Boy" and he had a smile
that touched the least of many.
His wife, Deloris A. Kuykendall Randle, aunts-Lillian Williams, Martha Francis,
Roberta Westman, Itasco Wilson and one uncle Mosco Anthony, one sister and
two brothers, they all proceeded him in death.
He leaves to forever cherish his memory a loving mother Essie Smith, two sons
Broderick and Aaron, three grandchildren, Shakiyla Murray, Davara Gaskin,
Darnell Randle, sisters, Betty Hartfield, Mamie Baytops, Barbara Miller, Cynthia
Fullard, Claudine Washington, Debra, Michelle Washington, brother-in-laws,
Fritz Hartfield, Oliver Kuykendall, Curtis Fullard, three aunts, A. B. Baytops,
Willie Mae Wilson, Lillie Miller, God-daughter Bre'Anna Baytops and a host of
nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
~ — Tributes —— ~
From your sisters
Through your Beautiful smile is gone forever and his lands we cannot
touch. We shall never lose sweet memories of the one we loved so much. He
saw a hand we could not see, that beckoned him away. He heard a voice we
could not heart that would not let him stay.... Your Loving Sisters
First of all let me start by saying "thank you" God for blessing me
with the wonder times I had with my uncle Leo. I know that heaven is filled
with Angels, but his one Angel that really means a lot to me. Now to my uncle,
you will always be my hero and no one can take that from you. You're my party
friend, my domino friend, and every other fiend, but most of all you my best
friend. There's no replacing you and why should I even try too. You're my
heart and soul. Uncle Leo you told me to never give up on anything and that's
what I intend on doing for the rest of my life for you. And always and forever I
will never forget you. I shall not hurt anymore, I shall rejoice, because even
though I lost a big part of me, God has gained a new Angel. For that reason I
shall give praise and thanks to Him.
Christina D. Hartfield
Order of Service
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Ministers & Family
Calvary Baptist Church
New Testament Appointee
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Old Testament Appointee
Rev. A. Shepherd Sr.
Savannah Baptist Church
Please Read Silently
"I Want Complain" Rev. W. C. Mclntyre,
Zion Hill Baptist Church
Two Minutes Please
"Walk Around Heaven" Rev. W. C. Mclntrye
Eulogy StVfe /aJ /4r&>
Rev. Kevin Nelson
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