OBITUARY

Randolph Dean LEBOEUF

June 23, 1958January 17, 2021

On, Sunday, January 17, 2021, Randolph D. LeBoeuf (Randy), passed away at Scripps Memorial Hospital-La Jolla. He is survived by his two children Chelsea Andreason and Savannah R. LeBoeuf, as well as two sisters and their spouses Debbie LeBoeuf (Art), Lynn Plummer (James), in addition to a nephew Nathan Plummer. Randy was born June 23, 1958 in San Diego, CA. He grew up with his mother Lavon R. LeBoeuf and father Lovencie A. LeBoeuf, grandmother Belle H. Barton, and two sisters Deborah R. LeBoeuf and Dianna (Lynn) Plummer. Randy found his love for cars and building things at an early age. He loved taking his toys apart and putting them back together to just see how they work. He started his career in construction when he got out of high school. He was a perfectionist at his craft, and it came natural to him. He also loved to build pieces of furniture. His other love was rebuilding cars. His dream car was a Shelby Mustang GTO. He built his dream car. One of his most enjoyed projects was building a dune buggy from scratch with his father. They worked on this together often getting parts together and painting it together. Randy loved life and lived it from a moment-to-moment time. Another special thing about Randy was his heart and compassion for people. He would give a person the shirt off his back. He helped many people that needed a safe place to stay or a meal. His heart was amazing. Randy loved life and lived it his way. He said, “I would never change a thing!” Celebration of Life is being planned.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, May 7, 2021

Memories

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Lisa Mason

March 2, 2021

I met Randy about 25 years ago and we hung out for several years, it was always an adventure whether It was a day of fun with cars, video games or whatever the latest project was of building something.
Randy, every once in a while I can still hear you call me goofy girl.
I'll never forget when you gave me a watch with a giant face for Christmas so I wouldn't be late anymore.
It's so hard to believe that you're not here anymore and I really wish I would have come to see you again when we reconnected on Facebook. I'm glad we at least caught up via messenger, it was good to hear from you and to hear about your daughters.
My condolences to Randy's family and daughters. May you all find peace and comfort in all of the great memories of Randy.
Rest in my my dear friend ♥️
Lisa Mason


Candice Hedrick

February 24, 2021

Randy,
Im so glad i came to see you when i did , since you wrre only around a few more days after that , i had a chance to tell you that i love you my friend and you helped me out when you barely new me ,many years ago, our daughters grew up together after that , you had the biggest heart and your daughter savanah was every thing to you , one person ill never forget, you helped out and never asked any thing in return , thats the difference you gave whole heartedly.
I have a zip lock baggy full of M&Ms that you gave me last time i was there they are in my freezer so every time i see them i think of you And smile what a wonderful friend you were .... Love you
Candice
Hedrick

Jerry JARMAN

February 24, 2021

In elementary school Randy and myself wer always getting sent to the principal's office. Always arguing or fighting, and every time on the way up to the principal's office Randy and myself would come up with a plan to tell the principle that were just playing. After the third time he told us that you're not just playing around, I'm pretty sure I got a couple of wacks. From the principle that day. I miss my old friend

Jerry Jarman

February 13, 2021

To my friend Randy LaBeouf he was a good father. Savannah changed him completely. I'm really glad to see that he got to spend quality time with her. I remember him telling George Hoss, Carl Roland, and myself that if he knew that having kids was going to be this much fun he would have done it a long time ago rest in peace my friend

Jerry Jarman

February 11, 2021

Randy and myself became friends around second grade. We stayed friends through Elementary, Junior High, and High School. After High School we hung around a lot together cuz our girlfriends knew each other. Randy and John and myself work for a while before he retired. We have always stayed in touch with one another and when I have friends coming in from out of town we would always wind up at Randy's house he was my friend. I've known Randy for over 53 years I will miss him

Chaarenne Torris

February 10, 2021

Randy was a wonderful cousin and a very sweet guy! How sad I am to hear of his passing! His gentle energy and off the cuff sense of humor will be so missed. I remember attending his wedding, way back when, seeing him waiting at the altar in his white tuxedo (his had shorts) and his brand new white Reeboks ! Or maybe they were Nikes! Michael was about 7 years old, and thought he was the coolest guy ever! In my mind's eye I see him now, with his mom and dad, his aunties, cousins, uncles and grandparents. That party is getting so big. Love you cuz! Seen you again!

Donna Hunt

February 9, 2021

My sincere condolences to the Lebeouf family, so sorry for the loss of Randy.
I went to elementary, junior high and high school with Randy, and didn't live far from him throughout elementary school (Orville st.). He was still young, I do hope he went peacefully, he will be missed.
Donna Hunt Jarrard

Patrick Nebeker

February 9, 2021

Having Randy for my cousin growing up was awesome. Even though I was 5 years younger than him, he always let me hang around with him and his friends. Never made me feel like I did not belong. I remember a time one summer when he actually cooking everyone in the house breakfast before he took off for the day. He had a great heart and an extremely funny sense of humor. Much love Cousin. Rest In Peace.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY