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RANDY SHARP Randy Lee Sharp, 61, wonderful husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and friend took his sudden journey home on June 23, 2017. My dad would give you the shirt off his back. Yes, it may say "Old Guys Rule" or have some tropical print on it. Every so often someone is taken so suddenly it leaves family and friends questioning, why? I guess it is not for us to know but we will see him again when our own journey is done. Randy's wishes were to not have a memorial service but to be remembered in stories that make you laugh. Remember the good times that were shared and I wish for you to always remember the warm smile on his face. Randy enjoyed life to the fullest. He was an amazing cook and always tried new recipes. He loved to travel with his beautiful wife, best friend and soul mate, April. Their love and profound admiration for one another was truly something beautiful and inspirational. A few of their favorite places to travel were New Orleans and Mexico. Sharing amazing food, beautiful scenery and amazing company. Her memories are endless. Randy was a wonderful father and loved his kids momentously! He taught us to have a strong sense of self, how to love, kindness, strength, responsibility, respect, family, honesty, communication (Randy Carl pointed out that Dad was terrible at communication and I said, yes, that is why we must be better!), being happy, be the best parents you can be (yes mistakes will be made it will be ok), love your children the best way possible, saying sorry when you are wrong but never apologizing for doing what you feel is right. Dad was Randy and my Rock! Randy is survived by his wife, April; his son, Randy and wife Megan with grandchildren Reagan and Luciano; daughter, Shannon and husband Ramon with granddaughter Shelby; stepson, Derek and wife Kristen with grandchildren Kailey, Kyler and Khloe; mother, Helen; and sister, Debra. That man is a success (Adaptation Ralph Waldo Emerson) That man is a success Who has lived well Laughed often and Loved much; Who has gained the respect Of intelligent men And the love of children Who has filled his niche And accomplished his task Who leaves this world Better than he found it, Who looks for the best In others And gave the best he had. "How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard." Winnie the Pooh. Until we meet again you are loved and missed beyond compare.
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