Mr. Randall Randy Patrick Adamson

August 27, 1984April 22, 2014
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Randall (Randy) Patrick Adamson was born on August 27, 1984 to his father, Danny and his mother, Julia (Mishelle). The eldest of three, Randy, has two younger siblings: his sister Kimberly, and his brother Robert (Craig). Though born in Georgia, Randy moved to Florida in middle school and eventually graduated from Spanish River High School, where he ran track. After high school, Randy studied to become a Radiological Technologist and began working at Kindred Hospital.

Tampa - New Year’s Eve 2007, Randy and his girlfriend, Leah D. Fioto had just finished seeing comedian Jeff Dunham and went to celebrate. Randy proposed to Leah, just as the ball dropped. Randy and Leah married on November 21, 2009 at the Carolina Club in Coconut Creek, FL. In marrying Leah, Randy also inherited Leah’s puppy, Booda (as Randy called him “the step-child”), and Leah’s large, Italian family. Randy became a treasured member of the Fioto family, who loved him unconditionally. On a Halloween day, Randy brought Cody (a Golden Retriever) home and instantly fell in love.

Randy had many hobbies. His interests included, but were not limited to, fish tanks, guns, crossfit, archery, cars and motorcycles. He collected guns of all sorts and would test them out at the local range. Since a young boy, Randy loved cars and motorcycles and dreamed of one day owning a Viper. On sunny days or nice nights, Randy would go for motorcycle rides, and was always trying to convince his wife, Leah, to join him. He shared many of his hobbies with his dad, his sister, and his brother and enjoyed to constantly call them to talk about his latest interest and all the details about it. On March 9, 2013 Randy and Leah discovered they were pregnant. Randy’s excitement at being a father was palpable and he smiled with such excitement. He began researching everything he would need to do to prepare for the baby. After long hours and many months of preparation, Randy finally finished Lillian’s room. On November 9, 2013 his pretty little Lillian was born and she and Randy shared an instant connection. Randy was already planning Lillian’s future. He talked of enrolling Lillian in activities like Karate, music lessons, dance, taking her to the range, and so much more. Randy was the best dad. He loved to take care of his little girl and every day showered her with love and kisses. He even had a ‘daily picture’ of Lilly texted to him every day. After coming home he would tell Leah how much he missed them both. Lilly and Randy would take little walks together, and Lilly, riding high on Randy’s shoulders would light up and smile. Randy couldn’t wait to see Lilly’s first tooth come in and looked forward to having her reach for him to be picked up.

One normal Tuesday morning, Randy left the house for work and, like always, gave his wife a kiss goodbye. He leaned over the cradle and kissed his daughter three times and said, “Daddy loves you so much!” He then looked at Leah and said, “I love you. See you later, but talk to you soon.” He closed the bedroom door and took his motorcycle to work. Randy suffered a collision. The incident was serious, and Randall Patrick Adamson was pronounced gone at 4:15 pm, April 22, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Leah, his 6 month-old daughter, Lillian and the family dogs: Booda and Cody.

Randy was completing his Bachelor’s degree at Keiser University and planned to attend Nova University’s Doctor of Osteopathy program. He planned for his family to have a better future and wanted to give his wife and daughter a life that he thought they deserved. There was no one like Randy. He was smart, caring, hard-working, funny, and did so much for so many. Even in death, his status as an organ donor helped change the lives of five strangers. He was a great husband, an amazing loving dad, a best friend, a great brother and son. He will be missed and remembered FOREVER!


  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 26, 2014

Mr. Randall Randy Patrick Adamson

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Lorie Henry

September 30, 2014

The year is flying by...Leah and Lilly bug... I know you're growing up to be daddy's princess. I still get choked up thinking about crazy Randy. I miss seeing his silly face at Kindred. I'm sure everyone does. My thoughts and prayers are with you Leah. I hope to someday see you and Lilly soon. I know that tomorrow isn't promised. But it is my prayer that God keeps us safe with His loving grace and mercy, so that we'll be able to see each other again. My friend Randall...never forgotten!

May 25, 2014

It's the last day to write this message, but yet I am having a hard time accepting you are gone. Me & your Grandma Ginger were looking forward to visiting you as a husband to Leah and a father to Lilly. Randy , you were my first Grandson which made you so very special. My Mom, your GreatGrandmother loved you so dearly and she would have been so proud of you as I am. I and your Grandma Ginger were so happy you chose Leah as your wife. I am so glad had such fond memories of your GreatGrandmother that you named your daughter after her. There are so many good memories that I can't name them all and it still hurts to know that you are gone . I and your Grandma Ginger will always love you & know that you are in Heaven & we will see you again there. With a hurting heart we love you. Grandad , Grandma Adamson

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Sherry Valentine-Rushing

May 14, 2014

This is the hardest thing I have ever had to do. My heart hurts so much. Randall you were like a son to me and I know through the cards you wrote in for me you felt the same about me. We all lost a really good guy. I still can't believe that it's true. I am thankful for little Lilly Bug. She reminds me of you every day. She is such a joy to have and we will make sure she knows who her Daddy was and how much you loved her. I'll make sure she still gets the best little dresses for all the occasions. You will be so missed but never forgotten
Love MOM (Sherry)

May 13, 2014

My heartfelt sympathies to you Leah & little Lillian. There won't be a day that goes by, that you won't think about Randy & the love he showed you both.
Tim Hester