May 9, 1950 – October 6, 2019
Randall Lamar Lipscomb "Ringtail", received the call from Jesus, he went peacefully at home on October 6, 2019, at the age of 69. Randall was born May 9, 1950, was the son of Lamar and Doris Lipscomb. Randall worked for the Steel Plant for 27 years, his journey later lead him to the Honda Plant, where he retired. Randall loved the river, he was a big fisher and hunter. When he wasn't working, fishing, or hunting he would be outside working with his do-rag on. He was an Alabama Football fan. Randall's grandchildren was his pride and joy.
Mr. Randall was preceded in death by his father and mother, Lamar and Doris Lipscomb and his sister, Teresa Lipscomb.
He is survived by his wife on 27 years, Stacy Lipscomb; brother, David Lipscomb; children, Christi (Khris) Yancey, Misti (Chris) Lipscomb, Matthew Lipscomb, Courtney (Bob) Cornelius, Nikiva Renfroe, Lena Skelton; grandchildren, Noell (Ridge) Wilks, Caide Lipscomb, Carston Lipscomb, Trinity Renfroe, Galudaya Renfroe, Mia Renfroe, Reese Skelton, Katlyn Skelton, Layla; special uncle, Gary "Hoppy" (Evet) Harper; and many nieces and nephews. Special thanks to Comfort Care Hospice; Karen, Emily, and Kathy.
Morgan Funeral Chapel and Crematory providing services. Memorial Service will be held at Valley Community Church Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 1p.m. with Pastor Mike Hooks and Lion Hunter officiating. Anyone donating food may deliver it to the church prior to the service.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
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My thoughts and prayers go out to Mrs. Randall Lipscomb (Stacy) and the entire family during this sad time.
I met and became friends Randall and Stacy 26 years ago. Our families have shared many wonderful times together.
Randall and Stacy always opened their home to family and friends. I’ve always said “it’s best to visit them with an empty belly” Randall was definitely a master on the grill and didn’t mind bragging on what a good cook his wife is.
On a more personal note, being a single parent times were often tough when my children were young. Randall always lended a helping hand and often without being asked.
Randall Lipscomb was a top notch, hands on Husband,Dad,PawPaw, and Friend.
I will cherish and hold his memory close to my heart.