Charles Randolph 1951-2018

26, 2018 in Dallas. Funeral services celebrating Charles’ life were held on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018 at Kingston Baptist Church in Greenville with Shawn Stubblefield officiating.  Graveside service was held Monday, Dec. 31. 

Pallbearers were Robert Randolph, Jake Randolph, Aaron Cleaver, Matthew Smith, Austin Randolph, Timmy Herman, Robby Wood, Ryan Wood, and Devin Kelley.

He was born March 7, 1951 to the late Doris Randolph and Valada Eileen Hughes Randolph in Evansville, Ind. where he was raised and attended school.  He was a mechanic by trade and worked for several mechanic shops in the Greenville area.  In 1983 he went through the ministry program at Soul’s Harbor Church in Greenville to become a minister.  He was an outdoorsman and liked to fish and enjoyed landscaping.  He was a “jack of all trades” and was always tinkering with something.  His grandkids were his main hobby and he had to be first in line to pick his grandkids up after school.  He was a member of the Union Pacific Railroad.  He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers Jerry Randolph, Bobby Randolph, David Randolph, and sister Ellen-Gail Randolph.

He is loved and will be missed by his sons, Robert and wife Akeisha Randolph of Quinlan and Jake and wife, Holly Randolph, of Edgewood; daughters Carole-Anne Randolph of Rockwall, Twana and husband, Aaron Cleaver, of Quinlan, and Jennifer and Roxanne York of South Carolina; brother, Kenny Randolph of Evansville, Ind.; sister, Doris Randolph of Evansville, Ind.; grandchildren, Robby Wood, Ryan Wood, Devin Kelley, Timmy Herman, Bailey Herman, Madison Smith, Makayla Kelley, Charmayne, Morgan Randolph, Austin Randolph, Matthew Smith, McKenzie Randolph, and Morgan Randolph and soon to be Owen Curtis; great-grandchildren, Kynslee Nichole Wood, Royce Wood, Jaxon Wood and Owen Curtis Kelley.