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Harold Earl Randolph

February 23, 1936March 14, 2021

Harold Earl Randolph, age 85, of Centreville, Alabama passed away on Sunday, March 14, 2021. He was a long time business owner of logging, sawmill and pallet shop in Centreville, AL. He is survived by one son, Jeff Randolph (Dawn) of Centreville; one daughter, Nancy Myers (Stewart) of Maylene; one grandchild, Cole Randolph Myers; two brothers, Harper Randolph and Carl Randolph; one sister, Ruth Randolph Spencer. He is preceded in death by his parents, Maybelle and Virgil Raymond Randolph Sr.; one brother, Virgil Randolph Jr and sister, Jewel Randolph Taylor.

Graveside service will be Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 2 PM in Pineland Memorial Cemetery. Minister Frank Smith presiding.


  • Danny McMillan, Pallbearer
  • Eddie Watts, Pallbearer
  • Jason English, Pallbearer
  • Lacy Kendrick, Pallbearer
  • Rusty Nix, Pallbearer
  • Butch Carroll, Pallbearer


  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, March 18, 2021


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Bryan Murphy

March 18, 2021

Praying for the Randolph Family.


Ruthie Spencer

March 17, 2021

March 14, 2021

Today, I lost another brother; Harold Randolph was the 5th of six siblings and next to the youngest of four brothers. He was perhaps the most sensitive of us all. I remember at least once in his early childhood being required to stand in the corner as a punishment for some behavior, but he fought back, making a place for himself in the world. I feel he was special to a large number of people. His sudden death has of course saddened us all. Recently, on a Sunday afternoon, I called him, thinking he might have time to talk. Not so! Harold was busy handling payroll for the employees.
Harold worked at least six days a week, and at night; by his own admission, he "turned into a witch by 7 o'clock"; so to bed he went, early.
For sure those who worked for him were very special to him. Once he told me about an office staff member making a cake for his birthday. How nice was that? I'm sure there were many more heart warming occasions.
I love you my brother. It will be hard going forward, knowing you are not there.

Your sister, Ruth