Randall Allen NeSmith

December 28, 1966June 3, 2018
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Mr. Randall Allen NeSmith, 51, of Euharlee, GA passed away Sunday, June 3, 2018. Randall is the son of Mr. James "Elwyn" NeSmith and Mrs. Lynette Callaway NeSmith. He was born December 28, 1966 in Macon, GA.

Randall was a wonderful son, dad, brother, Poppa and friend. He was a devoted member of his Waffle House family for 23 years. Randall enjoyed spending time in the outdoors dove hunting with his two stepsons, brothers and friends. He loved laying by the pool and working in his yard. Everyone who came into his home was family. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Randall is preceded in death by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Brown of Savannah, GA and Mr. and Mrs. David T. NeSmith of Macon, GA.

Randall is survived by his daughter, Kaleigh NeSmith of Euharlee, GA, wife, Melissa NeSmith, stepsons; Justin McQuillen, Joshua (Cindy) McQuillen, grandchildren; Bailey and Jameson McQuillen, brothers; Richard NeSmith of Gainesville, GA, Robert (Laura) NeSmith of Lawrenceville, GA and Ronald (Jill) NeSmith of Dawsonville, GA and father -in- law, Ronnie Motes. Several nieces and nephews also survive to cherish Randall's memory.

A Celebration of Life Service will be conducted Friday, June 8, 2018 in the chapel of Owen Funeral Home at two o'clock in the afternoon.

The family will receive friends from two o'clock in the afternoon, Thursday, June 7, 2018, until nine in the evening at Owen Funeral Home.

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The NeSmith Family is in the care of Owen Funeral Home, 12 Collins Drive, Cartersville, GA.


  • Visitation Thursday, June 7, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Service Friday, June 8, 2018

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Celina Darwin

June 11, 2018

Darla Hines

June 10, 2018

When there was ever a problem at what I would call him and tell him he better get here cooked with him on Christmas atWH he used to give me rides to WH I rockmart when they needed me I loved Randall he was a good one

Candy Hensley

June 9, 2018

You will be truly missed you always had a smile on my face until we meet again God's grace and love my friend..candy hensley & family

Shannon Braswell

June 9, 2018

The Braswell family has so many happy memories of Randall. He was like another son to Ken and Gwen and another big brother to Stacey, Selena, and I. Randall had a laugh that was contagious and I can recall on more than a few occasions laughing until we had tears in our eyes. Our thoughts and prayers go with Randall's family through this most difficult of times. May you be comforted, lifted up, and granted peace beyond understanding through our Lord.

With Sincerest Condolences,
The Braswell Familly

Randee Harbison

June 9, 2018

We took care of Randall's pool for the past few years and we considered him a friend. Tami and I sat outside with him last Friday before this happened and although he was going through some trials we had no indication he was feeling lost. My pops always told me God will only give you what you can handle and I suppose Randall was there. Rest in peace.
Randee and Tami
Rocket pools

Jeff Dent

June 8, 2018

I recall the great times growing up with Richard and all of his younger brothers to include Randall who seemingly always had a smile on his face. The Fulton Hills neighborhood was and remains a huge family and it feels like we lost a younger brother. Without a doubt, Randall is smiling down from above on all of us. He is in a much better place. My prayers go out to the entire NeSmith family.

Tammie Freeman

June 8, 2018

May your fondest memories somehow comfort you in the days ahead. We all loved Randall and will forever cherish his time here on earth. Until we meet with him again, know that you are loved by many.❤️

Victoria Gallegos

June 8, 2018

I am praying for peace and comfort for the family. I will always cherish my memories of Randall. He was my boss for 14 years. And for 2 more years he was a great customer at El Nopal. But even when I wasn't working and would see him in there I'd go sit at his table with him and talk for a bit. He never minded. And he'd talk to my kids every time. I remember him calling my daughter Princess because he always mispronounced her name. I'll miss him picking on me. And our little "arguments" over the Waffle House Way. Much love to the family. Randall, Cartersville won't be the same without you.

Elaina-Charles Wilkes

June 7, 2018

Randall and his family were our neighbors (the Beasleys) in Metter in the 70s and what adventures and misadventures we had from riding horses and bicycles to climbing trees and anything else we could think of. That was the good ole days. I read others commenting on his tan. Yes he always tanned so easily right?! Randall was always so upbeat and easy going. We haven't seen him since they moved away. So sorry for this loss to his family and friends. It seems he had many friends and a great work family and made a lasting impression on all. Our thoughts are with you all. Love, Mr. Louis, Ms. Brenda, Elaina, Connie and Tony.

Kaleigh NeSmith

June 7, 2018

I love you daddy. I feel you around me everywhere I go. I know you’re watching over me and going to guide me through life. You’ve taught me so much in just 18 years and I’m more than grateful for you. I’m going to make you so proud. I can’t wait to see you again. I’m giving the fur babies lovins for you. They miss you so much. You’ve left so many memories with everyone and we will cherish them forever.

I love you,
Your Princess 💜