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Ted Dickey West Funeral Home

7990 President George Bush, Dallas, TX

OBITUARY

Randolph Lee Burton

August 14, 1953March 30, 2020
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Randolph Lee Burton

Dallas, TX - Randy Burton, 66, formerly of Mason, OH, passed peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones on March 30, 2020. Randy was born in Cincinnati to the late Edwin Luke and Mary Burton. He graduated from Miami University where he met and married his wife of 37 years Kerry Burton (nee Lipton).

Randy is survived by his loving daughters, Amy (Martin) Sinclair and Jody (John) Dickey and five grandchildren Emma, Sophia and Caroline Sinclair and Nolan and Cameron Dickey. Dear brother of Michael (Jaime) and Steve (Nina) Burton, and sisters, Gina (Jeff) Arens, Bunny Buchanan and the late James Burton.

Randy was an avid sports enthusiast and a lifelong Cincinnati Reds fan. He enjoyed playing basketball and softball throughout his early life. In later years, he fulfilled his passion for sports by playing fantasy baseball and football.

Randy loved to sit outside, grill out, and listen to classic rock with his beloved dog, Riley. He also enjoyed history and politics and was quick to share his great sense of humor and generous, kind heart. His greatest love was for his family, his grandchildren especially brought him great joy.

Services

  • Memorial & Celebration of Life

    Friday, August 14, 2020

  • Reception

    Friday, August 14, 2020

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George Beal

August 7, 2020

I hired Randy back in the early 80's to help start a Home Patient program for Baxter Travenol, our new Distribution Center and later with Fisher Scientific. Randy's commitment to his job was inspirational. I never had to worry about Randy. He was a true professional, friend and great example for his team. I'll always remember the hard work but great fun we had in Tampa. I wish I had kept closer contact as our careers moved on. My condolences to his family I will never forget Randy.

Beth Resciniti

July 29, 2020

I worked with Randy at Baxter Travenol in Tampa. It was my first job out of college. We started up a distribution center which required long hours and lots of work! I could not have asked for a better team mate and mentor than Randy! His dedication, respect for people, and sense of humor were all critical to our success! Sending my love and condolences to Randy’s family 💕🙏🏻

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