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Feeney-Hornak Keystone Mortuary

2126 East 71St Street, Indianapolis, IN

OBITUARY

Randy Sexson

October 26, 1946September 7, 2019
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Randy Sexson, age 72, of Indianapolis, Indiana passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 7, 2019 surrounded by his family. Randy was born on October 26, 1946 in Greenfield, Indiana to the late Hiram and Roberta (Haskell) Sexson. After high school, he attended Indiana University where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree. He was a proud United States Marine, having served from 1966 to 1969. Randy married Margaret "Peggy" Vaught on August 22, 1970 and they spend 49 years together.

Randy will be remembered for his infectious smile and always having a good time. He loved joking around and spending time with his family and friends. Randy enjoyed playing golf and listening to his favorite band, The Beatles. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Randy is survived by his loving wife, Peggy Sexson; children, Andy (Liza) Sexson, Nicole (Mike) Gritis and Matt (Heidi) Sexson; brothers, Rick Sexson and Kip Sexson; sisters, Cynthia Strickland and Susan Rossell; and grandchildren, Jim, Kyle, Zach, Sydney, Lucille, Joseph and Sally. Randy was preceded in death by his parents.

A memorial visitation for Randy will be held Tuesday, September 10, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Feeney-Hornak Keystone Mortuary, 2126 E. 71st Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46220.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Randy's memory may be made to the Indianapolis Public Library, P.O. Box 211, Indianapolis, Indiana 46206.

  • FAMILY

  • Peggy Sexson, Wife
  • Andy (Liza) Sexson, Son
  • Nicole (Mike) Gritis, Daughter
  • Matt (Heidi) Sexson, Son
  • Rick Sexson, Brother
  • Kip Sexson, Brother
  • Cynthia Strickland, Sister
  • Susan Rossell, Sister
  • DONATIONS

  • Indianapolis Public Library

Services

  • Memorial Visitation Tuesday, September 10, 2019

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Thomas Dapp

September 13, 2019

Our sympathy on Randy’s passing. I’ll always remember his constant smile and good humor ......and his fondness for golf! Tom & Sue Dapp, Gradex, Inc.

Aaron Minnis

September 13, 2019

Randy for me was what life is about!
He lived! Loved! Kept his family so close he couldn’t be without one!
He was the best representation of a father and a friend I have ever seen!
I’m glad to have had him to influence me!
Be strong Sexton’s!
We lost a good one!

Peggy Kennedy - Shorter

September 10, 2019

The Kennedy and Sexson families have so many great memories from the past. With Cynthia and Rick being older Randy would be given the job of watching over Kip Susan Kathy Pat Ann and me. Poor Randy!!! He had a laugh and smile that would light up a room. I hope all of your beautiful memories will help all of you get through this difficult time. I know he will be missed by so may.
Peggy Kennedy Shorter.

Joe Kack

September 10, 2019

To Peggy and entire Sexson family....i have known Randy as a friend and golfing buddy for many years at the CC Indianapolis and during golfing trips to Sarasota Fl. He was a true joy! His happy spirit could make the gray days bright. He will be missed by many of us! This is just a short note to convey my sorrow and wish you heartfelt sympathies at this difficult time in your life and know that your friends and associates have you in our thoughts today. Joe Kack

Lee Ford

September 9, 2019

Randy (dba Squirrel)had a passion for fishing. He took me on my inaugural adult lake fishing excursion on Lake Maxinhall in the summer of 1978. While casting our lures, I advised Randy that a duck was swimming toward us because it saw the ripples in the water and was going to hit our lures. He then said , "Lee, you don't know anything about fishing. That ain't going to happen". Two minutes later, the duck hits Randy's lure, gets lodged in its beak and it takes us 5 minutes to get the duck in the boat. While I was holding the duck, Randy got the lure out of the beak and then threw the duck, along with his pliers, back into the lake. Of course, I haven't stopped laughing about this to this day.

Remember that life is not measured by the number of breaths that you take, but by the moments that take your breath away.

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