Randon William Hawthorn

May 15, 1991April 12, 2021

Randon William Hawthorn, 29 of Colorado City, Texas was called home on April 12, 2021. He was born May 15, 1991, the son of William “Bill” Hawthorn and Tracy Fox Hawthorn. He attended Westbrook and Colorado City Texas schools, and graduated from Colorado City High School, class of 2009. From early on Randon had a love for the outdoors, spending much of his childhood hunting and fishing with his father, spending long summers with his mother and “Meemaw”, camping and riding dirt bikes with his uncle and cousins, and playing his heart out under those Friday night lights with his Colorado City Wolves. He was a music enthusiast, and could sing the lyrics to any song the radio turned out. He was even known to rock a baby or two, softly singing “Fat Bottom Girls” and the like, much to the disapproval of his nephews parents. Randon was well known and loved by his classmates, teammates, and his community. Best remembered as a “Gentle Giant”, his large stature housed his incredibly kind soul. Randon’s lovable and kind-hearted personality, absurd sense of humor, and fierce loyalty left a lasting mark upon the hearts of all who met him. Those who knew Randon, even just a little, lost the brightest shining light in their lives with his passing. Randon is survived by his mother Tracey Fox Hawthorn and father and step mother Bill and Kelli Hawthorn; brothers Colt McCoy of Magnolia, Tx, Clint Shoemaker and wife Tiffany of Frisco, Tx; and grandmother Linda Fox of Magnolia, Tx. He is also survived by aunts and uncles of both Texas and Oklahoma; his nieces and nephew who were his pride and joy; love of his life Lauren Lefler and daughter Gracelyn; and many close friends. A funeral for Randon will be held on Monday, April 19th at 10 am in the First Baptist Church of Colorado City with a burial to follow in the Colorado City Cemetery. The family will be present for a visitation at the Kiker Seale Funeral Home on Sunday, April 18th from 6-8 pm. In lieu of flowers, the family is grateful for contributions to the Randon Hawthorn Memorial Scholarship fund, which will continue his legacy by benefiting the youth of Colorado City.


  • George Guerra, Active Pallbearer
  • Jessie Guerra, Active Pallbearer
  • Corey Foster, Active Pallbearer
  • Tanner Cox, Active Pallbearer
  • Daniel Perez, Active Pallbearer
  • Corey Owens, Active Pallbearer
  • Clint Shoemaker, Active Pallbearer
  • Landon Pfeuffer, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Colt McCoy, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Billy Ray Vandaveer, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Rob Fox, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Xavier Garcia, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Johnathan Luera, Active Bearer
  • Brad White, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    Sunday, April 18, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, April 19, 2021


Randon William Hawthorn

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Brandy Sisco

April 18, 2021

My little cousin, you will always be my Catapitar! I will never forget your laugh, it was absolutely contagious! Your strong warm hugs were the best! You will never be forgotten cuz! May your sweet soul find the peace you deserve! I will always love you! Rest easy.

Jeff Hawthorn

April 17, 2021

The San Antonio Hawthorn Clan (Jeff, Debbie, Spencer and Zac) offers our deepest condolences and continued prayers for our extended family in the loss of this young member of our family.
From my earlier days I will always remember Randon as a fun loving, larger than life character who was ready for anything at the word jump! I will forever focus on the good times and celebrate his life in remembrance of the positive contributions he made to this world! Rest easy Randon...I love you will be missed!

Kimberly Duvall

April 15, 2021

I am sending my love and prayers to our whole family. I truly remember the day you all brought Randon home from the hospital. I was at your house waiting for you all to get home to meet my little cousin. I was so excited. Randon was such a beautiful soul. I remember how he always showed kindness to me and my kids. He had Billy mail us his old nintendo 64 when you bought him a new one because he wanted to share it with his cousins since they did not have a game system. He will be greatly missed. We love you all so much and continue to pray for you and our entire family.