Randall "Randy" Curtis Keffer
20 February, 1957 – 3 May, 2020
Randall Curtis “Randy” Keffer, 63, of Waynesboro passed away on Sunday, May 3, 2020 at his residence. He was born in Jacksonville, FL on February 20, 1957, a son of the late Malcolm Curtis and Lillie Mae (Henderson) Keffer, who survives.
Randy worked for 21 years as a Correction Officer with the Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail until his retirement. He was a train enthusiast and a Sci-Fi and Westerns files buff. Randy also greatly enjoyed cheering on his favorite football team the Florida Gators. In addition to his mother, Randy is survived by his daughter, Amanda Nicole Rosier; grandchildren, Scarlett and Lilly Rosier; sister, Cheryl Skeen and husband, Barney; nieces, Amber Wood and Heather Skeen; son-in-law, Joe Rosier; great-nephews, Waylon and Dalton Wood; special aunt, Doris Burch; girlfriend, Starla; as well as extended family and friends.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, a private graveside service will be conducted at Rodes United Methodist Church.
There will be no formal viewing or visitation at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Randy’s memory to: the Crisis Intervention Team, 500 Old Lynchburg Rd., Charlottesville, VA 22903; or Rodes United Methodist Church, 286 Avon Rd, Afton, VA 22920.
The family would like to express a heartfelt thank you to Officers Figueroa and Boyce with the Waynesboro Police Department, Dr. Ranzini, Dispatchers at Albemarle Emergency Communications Center, and officers of CPD and APD.
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Waynesboro Chapel of Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes.
Relatives and friends may share condolences and memories online with the family by visiting www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com.
- In addition to his mother, Randy is survived by his daughter, Amanda Nicole Rosier; grandchildren, Scarlett and Lilly Rosier; sister, Cheryl Skeen and husband, Barney; nieces, Amber Wood and Heather Skeen; son-in-law, Joe Rosier; great-nephews, Waylon and Dalton Wood; special aunt, Doris Burch; girlfriend, Starla; as well as extended family and friends.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Randall "Randy" Curtis Keffer
7 May 2020
Sending my deepest condolences, I had the pleasure of training under and working with Randy for 13 years. He was a great mentor and friend to both myself and Buck. He often shared a hug with me when I needed to rant or just chat and reminded me so much of my own Dad. He sure was proud of his girls and enjoyed talking about all of the trips he and Starla planned and where he was going next.
I love you Papa Randy, take your rest , we will see you soon.
Go Rest High
Tammy & Bernard Wyland and family.
6 May 2020
Randy....I’ll never forget all that I learned from you during my career time at ACRJ. But mostly the cigar time on the balconies at the jail conventions. You were amazed that I was a girl out there smoking cigars with you ! You always talked about your family and I admired you so much for that. You were a great man and friend and will be dearly missed. Rest easy.
6 May 2020
To the Family:
Roland and I were so sad upon hearing that our long time friend had passed away. We met Randy over 20 years ago where we all were employed at the A/C Regional Jail. We considered Randy and his family a part of our family. He will truly be missed. He was such a bright light, funny, compassionate and kind individual. “Heaven has a new Angel and his name is Randy. We love and miss you”.
Tillie and Roland Beauford
5 May 2020
I'm so saddened by the news of Randy's death and quite surprised. I'm so sorry for how difficult this must be on his mom, sister, daughter and family and my heart goes out to them. I wish I could be there to give and get hugs. Please know I care and pray for you to have all your needs met in this difficult time. Love to my family.