August 23, 1965 – February 1, 2019
On Friday, February 1, 2019, Randal (Randy) Eggleston, loving husband and father of two, passed away at 53.
Randy was born on August 23, 1965 in Cameron, MO to Paul and Marilyn (Bryson) Eggleston. He graduated in 1984 from Maysville High School, Maysville, MO before entering the Marine Corps. On October 4, 2000 he married Kari Sturgeon. They are raising two children, Seth and Katie near Brookville, OH.
Randy had a passion for riding his Harley Davidson. He especially liked going on motorcycle benefit runs with his work friends for various charities that benefited animals, kids, and our U.S. Military veterans. He was an avid sports fan of numerous teams to include, St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Blues, Cincinnati Bengals, Mizzou and Florida Gators. He loved listening to Jimmy Buffet and visiting Key West, FL. He was known for his humor injection into almost any situation.
He was preceded in death by his stepmother, Carol, stepfather Jack, and his brother, Curtis. He is survived by his father Paul of Maysville, MO, his Mother Marilyn Stevens of Texas, his wife, Kari, his 2 children Seth(16) and Katie(13), his brothers Tim (Cindy) of Maysville, MO and Ray (Tammy) of Cosby, MO, half brothers and sisters, Dayton, Barry Joe, Missy, and Mary of Texas and numerous nieces/great nieces, nephews/great nephews, and cousins as well as two German Shepherd Dogs, Moose and Tori.
A celebration of his life will be held on February 24 starting at 1pm with a short memorial with a light buffet lunch reception to follow until 4pm. The celebration will be held at the Dayton Girl Scout Center 450 Shoup Mill Rd., Dayton, OH. Dress is casual or in one of Randy’s favorite themes (see above). Fond memories, pictures, and funny stories that can be shared at the celebration can be sent to Kari at firstname.lastname@example.org.
He was very supportive of his children and their Scouting endeavors. His son, Seth, is working to achieve his Eagle Scout rank. Seth’s project involves leading and coordinating the building of a horse mounting ramp for children, adults, and veterans with mobility challenges to be able to participate in therapeutic horseback riding.
In lieu of flowers, If you wish to donate towards the project please do so by visiting the Sunrise, Inc. website @ https://sunriseinc.org/ or mailing a check to Sunrise, Inc. 2670 Minneman Rd. Richmond, IN 47374. Please leave a comment that it is in memory of Randy Eggleston or the Eagle Project Ramp.
- Celebration of Randal's Life Sunday, February 24, 2019
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