Randall Robert Deutsch
October 25, 1953 – June 4, 2020
Randall Robert Deutsch was born on October 25, 1953 and passed away on June 4, 2020 and is under the care of Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home.
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Randall Robert Deutsch
James Ferguson James Glazier
June 9, 2020
Randy was both a great friend and the man we relied on for more than 15 years. He was part of the family at Thanksgiving and Christmas. He remodeled most of our house, looked after our fish, kittens and garden and cheered us up when times were rough. No project was too small or too complicated, to fussy or too revolting. He was patient when we were annoying and encouraging when we were depressed. We shared his achievements in cooking school and his frustrations with illness, his joy in his grandson and the disappointments and hardships he faced. Our lives were much richer for his life and every aspect of our house and garden is a continual reminder of him. We will miss him every day. We’ll especially treasure the trip he arranged for all of us to Kentucky to watch the eclipse from a rental boat, We’d given up on the idea because travel for the eclipse was so complicated and frustrating, but he was determined to make it happen, and with his knowledge and ingenuity we all had an amazing time watching our first total eclipse.
Randy will be greatly and heartfully missed in our household. As James stated Randy was a very valued part of our extended family, he was both one whom we relied on and one who was eager to meet any new challenge. Randy was a man of deep emotions and strong values. He valued and loved his family and friends greatly. His generosity was inspirational. He was always reaching out to offer second chances to those whose lives were filled with hardship and misfortune.His gentleness touched everyone he came in contact with.
Even though he was not a cat person he and out Tiger were the best of buddies he always had his “little buddy” with him when he worked in the house. Tiger will miss him as we all will. We will miss his humor, his creativity, and his gentle demeanor.
Our hearts and love go out to his family in this time of lose. May light, love and laughter fill the void along with the sure knowledge that He is with you always in your hearts and w
June 6, 2020
We pray our dear friend and special neighbor is at peace.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to The Deutsch Family.
Randy was truly an exceptional individual with many talents and interests. He worked hard, loved life, and lived it robustly.
His deep love for his family was a joy and inspiration to behold.
We will always be very grateful for the gift of Randy’s friendship, generosity and kindnesses to our family.
His culinary creations were so delicious. And his amazing design, landscape and construction skills brought so much beauty into our world.
We honor his passing, especially in these times, in living as he would have us live: being grateful for the gift of each day, and the gift of each friend.
Eternal rest grant unto our dear friend Randy, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul, and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen
June 5, 2020
We will miss you, friend. Your kind heart, big smile and always being there for us in the worst of times. You were a true friend, not a fair weather friend. Your French macarons were amazing! So many cooking secrets we shared. Your great stories! Your love of your family was always near and dear to you and so many wonderful memories shared. Gone way too soon! ❤️ We will never forget your sincerity in all you did. Our sincerest condolences to your entire family. We grieve with you. Your Dad couldn’t have been more proud of his children and grandchild— he incessantly talked about when he could visit and always glowed when sharing stories of your accomplishments.