Patricia Harrington Randolph

October 27, 1948February 16, 2019
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Funeral Service for Patricia Harrington Randolph, 70, will be held at 11:30 am on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, at Dunbar Funeral Home, Dutch Fork Chapel, Irmo. Burial will follow in Ft. Jackson National Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 19, 2019, at the funeral home. Mrs. Randolph passed away Saturday, February 16, 2019. Affectionately known as Patsy and Pat to her family and friends, she was born in Kingstree, a daughter of the late Leonard B. Harrington, Sr. and Minnie Lee Ridgill Harrington. She was the wife of Homer “Bubba” Randolph. Pat was a graduate of Kingstree High School, Draughn’s Business School and attended the University of South Carolina. Pat adored being with her family, loved boating on the lake, traveling the world, playing tennis, water aerobics, hanging out with her water buddies at the Y, and doting on her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Lilly. She was an active member of Riverland Hills Baptist Church. Surviving in addition to her husband of 19 years; are her daughters, Christina and Mark Woody of Chapin, SC, Kerri Metts of Hobe Sound, FL; grandchildren, Mason Woody and Shelby Woody; step-son, Travis Randolph; brother, Leonard “Burt” Harrington and Carolyn of Florence, SC; sister, Nancy H. Baker of Kingstree, SC; nieces, Emily (Josh) Kellahan, Leesa (Kee) Belue; and nephew, Lee Harrington. She is also survived by three great-nieces and two great-nephews and members of her husband’s family. Pat was preceded in death by brother-in-law, Emiel C.Baker. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials may be made to Riverland Hills Baptist Church, 201 Lake Murray Blvd., Irmo, SC 29063. Please share memories at


  • Father: Leonard B. Harrington, Sr. (deceased)
    Mother: Minnie Lee Ridgill Harrington (deceased)
    Husband: Homer “Bubba” Randolph
    Daughter and Son-in-law: Christina and Mark Woody
    Daughter: Kerri Metts
    Grandchildren: Mason Woody and Shelby Woody
    Step-son: Travis Randolph
    Brother and Sister-in-law: Leonard “Burt” and Carolyn Harrington
    Sister: Nancy H. Baker
    Brother-in-law: Emiel C.Baker.(deceased)
    Nieces: Emily (husband, Josh) Kellahan and Leesa (husband, Kee) Belue
    Nephew: Lee Harrington
    Three great-nieces
    Two great-nephews
    Sister-in-law:: Nancy (husband, Bobby) Cole
    Sister-in-law: Kathy Roberts
    Sister-in-law: Becky (husband, Tony) Fazzini
    Sister-in-law: Debra (Rob) Ellis

  • Riverland Hills Baptist Church


  • Visitation Tuesday, February 19, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 20, 2019

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Sandy Darnell Sandvig

February 21, 2019

I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Many years ago I worked with Pat at the Dept of Education and we became fast friends. We often went to lunch and I always enjoyed her smiles and pleasant disposition. She was fun to be around. We stayed in touch for awhile after she moved away and I always enjoyed receiving her letters. I did run into her some years later after she had returned to town and was delighted to learn she was dating my childhood classmate/friend "Bubba". As sometimes happens our paths have not crossed in recent years but I was truly sad to hear of her passing. I know she loved her family very much and I'm sure she will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. My sincere condolences to you and the family.
Sandy Darnell Sandvig

Dana Bourgoyne

February 20, 2019

We love you, Mrs. Pat! Thank you for being such a wonderful friend to my parents. I will miss crashing the drive way happy hours, summer boat rides and seeing you next door rocking on the back porch with a drink in hand. You always welcomed me and the kiddos and we loved being around you and Mr. Homer.
You lived life to the fullest. We will miss you so much but will hold on to the memories we have together! Xoxo

Dana, Graydon & Bowen Bourgoyne

Earnestine Brunson

February 20, 2019

To The Randolph Family , my prayers to you doing this difficult time of the loss of your beloved Pat. I met Pat at The YMCA in the water arobics class some years ago and she was such a warm and sweet person. I will miss seeing Pat at the Y. 🙏🏾For the family.
Earnestine Brunson

Joy Portaro

February 20, 2019

I first met Pat at water aerobics. Being short myself, we would always be at the shallowest end . We did more talking than exercising sometimes but we had fun! Pat was a loving and kind friend and I will miss her greatly.
I’m praying for comfort for Homer and the whole family. She loved you all deeply.
“The Lord is near the broken-hearted; He saves those crushed in spirit”. Psalm 34:18 CSB

Tommy Reid

February 19, 2019

Patsy and I graduated High School together , 1966. She always had a great smile. You will be missed Patsy. May the Lord send the comforter to the family at this time of sorrow.


February 19, 2019

Our deepest condolences to the entire family of Mrs. Patricia Harrington Randolph. May your family be covered in love, peace, and comfort during this difficult time.
From the ERA Wilder Realty Irmo Family ❤️

Cheryl Spencer

February 18, 2019

Dear Christina and Kerri, Homer, Burt, and Nancy, Ma-Ma rarely got my name right, always called me Pat, but I never minded, it was a compliment. Pat loved her family, was always fun, always kind. Please accept my sincere condolences and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. May God’s grace comfort and strengthen you all as you grieve. I’m grieving too. I loved my cousin Pat.
Sincerely, Cheryl

Mónica Cervantes Gomez

February 18, 2019

Patsy was a joy to have in my aqua zumba class. She was a regular to her water classes and I could see how much she enjoyed having our “pool party” (as we called our class). I can remember her smiling and having a great time especially when I reminded that “nobody was watching” and that “water gave us privacy, so we could shake it 😂”. We became FB friends after I left the YMCA and moved to Texas in summer 2017. Last year in March I got a Cavapoo and a Kings Charles Cavalier Spaniel puppies and every time I posted a picture of my dogs in FB she was always commenting and praising my Cavalier. She was also a proud “mom” of a beautiful King Charles Cavalier, so I understand why she loved that breed so much. She was a lovely lady and she’ll be missed by many. Rest In Peace Patsy ❤️

Nancy Poston

February 18, 2019

Just can’t believe Pat is gone, it’s much too soon. We had such a good time together....boating, Friday lunches, driveway happy hour and just hanging out together. She was a wonderful, caring friend who showered us with much love and support after the death of our daughter. She loved her family so much, and was always in a happy mood. She and Homer had a truly special, loving, fun relationship! We will miss her so much, it just doesn’t seem real. We love you, Pat!

Nancy and Jim Poston
Chapin, SC

Libby Miller

February 18, 2019

Pat was one of my very favorite people in water aerobics at the Y. I taught there for seven years. It was very hard for me to leave they Y when I did, and she was one of the reasons! She could always make me laugh, and we could all count on her to give an honest opinion.
When I would do a workout where they would have to walk in a big circle around the shallow end and then change directions, I would always make sure Pat was in the most shallow part of the pool because it would be easier for her since she was so short. 😊
Pat was one of the most genuine people I know. She would listen to you and you knew she was truly interested in you and your life.
I am heartbroken to hear she is gone. I feel blessed to have known her!