OBITUARY

Randall Wayne Jenkins

January 14, 1947September 8, 2018
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JENKINS, Randall Wayne, age 71 of New Carlisle, passed away Saturday, September 8, 2018 at Springfield Regional Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his parents, Sam & Goldie Jenkins; grandparents, Oscar & Rosie Lemaster; nephew, Kevin Stamper; and niece, Jeanine Pearson. Randall is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Barbara (DeLong) Jenkins; son, Joseph Wayne Jenkins & wife Erin of Medway; daughter, Rebecca Kay Fannin & husband Matthew of New Carlisle; siblings, Donna & Tom Beal, Harlo & Linda Jenkins, Ralph & Connie Jenkins, Sarah & Clavis Stamper, Naomi Cartwright, Farley & Tootie Jenkins, and Debbie & Sammy Combs; grandchildren, Julia & Matt Schultz, Caleb Jenkins, Mattison Fannin, Madison Maenle, and Bella Fannin; great-grandsons, Gabriel Gwozdz and Braiden Schultz; and many other family and friends. Randall served in the U.S. Army in Korea during the Vietnam War. He retired from the City of Fairborn after 30 years, worked 10 years for Butler Asphalt, and another 10 years for Barrett Paving Materials. Randall loved to fish, and enjoyed listening to bluegrass. He loved his family and was an exceptional father, husband, and papaw. His family will receive friends from 6-8 PM Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at Burcham Tobias Funeral Home, 119 E Main St. Fairborn. Funeral services will be Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 10 AM at the funeral home with Pastor Todd Hoskins officiating. Burial with military honors to follow in Enon Cemetery. Contributions in Randall's memory may be made to Redemption Christian Tabernacle 11780 N Dixie Dr, Tipp City, OH 45371. Condolences may be made at www.burchamtobiasfuneralhome.com.

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  • Redemption Christian Tabernacle

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, September 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, September 12, 2018
REMEMBERING

Randall Wayne Jenkins

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Jackie Boggs (Kadel)

September 18, 2018

So sorry Barb. I have not seen you and Randall since our days at school but just seeing his high school picture brought back so many fun memories! May your family and memories keep you blessed.

Pat & Larry Johnson

September 13, 2018

It was always a Pleasure to see Randall coming up our drive. Time really went by as the stories and tall tales flew.
We got to know his family through Him. And came to care for ALL of them. Good People! Our time with Randall was too short.
Patti and I look forward to that day we will greet him once again, and give him a big hug. We feel He and Barbara, are two of the Best People
we've ever known. God Bless them Both.

Joe Barney

September 11, 2018

He always had a way to make you smile and laugh. I will always hold all the memories dearly and will cherish all the fun times and laughs. RIH until we meet again

Mattison Fannin

September 11, 2018

Paula and Clarence Kelly

September 11, 2018

Randall was a very special friend to both of us. Truly one of a kind. We always enjoyed spending time with all the Jenkins family. Randall and Farley always enjoyed the Bluegrass music and supported the artists. He will truly be missed. Our deepest condolences to Barbara and the family. Thanks for the friendship through the years. RIP.

Janie LeMaster Evans

September 11, 2018

Randall and I both loved peach pie and Grandma LeMaster made the best! We argued over which of us was her favorite and each claimed she made the peach pie for just us! I loved his sense of humor and who couldn't love him! RIP dear cousin! ❤️

Bennie Hobson

September 11, 2018

see you later randall we all will miss you love bennie hobson

Bill Rivers

September 11, 2018

PoppyTim Cahall

September 10, 2018

Sad day for the Miami Valley..... Randall was loved at a mllion local Bluegrass events. He and Farley (known so affectiontly as them Jenkins Boys ..) were known for total support of local music and artists before anyone knew who they were! Artists that now travel roads across this Country that Randall served and was so proud of. From regional bands to one, now playing with the likes of Diamond Rio, and National Bluegrass Bands.... all were equal in his book.... As a person that's produced shows of all sorts, I remembered him wherever I was, thus stating my favorite learning and teaching that, "The guy in the forth row (the fan) rules our industry!"
Rest in Peace our Brother. The Miami Valley 💓 s and will certainly miss it's #1 fan.....
Prayers to Barb and Family of Comfort as he advises our Heavenly Father on Bluegrass Music! (I bet he has quite a seat watching Bluegrass Jams now!!!)

Angie Lewis

September 10, 2018