Bonnie J. Randolph

July 27, 1945October 12, 2020

Bonnie J Randolph, 75, passed away on October 12, 2020. She was born on July 27, 1945 to the late William and Marr (Carlile) Mooney, in Kokomo. She graduated from Kokomo High School in 1964, later marrying Larry Randolph on July 11, 1964. She worked at Magna Tech Manufacturing until they closed in 1994. She loved ceramics, 1800s Rendezvous, was a member of the Me/to/cin/yah Long Rifles and the Fulton County History Museum, western town reenactments in Reagan, OK, the Radio Alert Team (RAT Patrol), and was an active member of the Indiana Heights Volunteer Fire Department. She was a longtime member of Rock Harbor Church in Ravia, OK. You could always find her tending to her flowers or playing with her grandchildren.

She is preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Raymond Mooney.

Bonnie is survived by her children, Michael Randolph, Kokomo, Shanon Sharrock (Mike), Campbell, Texas, Russell Randolph (Cara), Sherman, Texas, and Dominic Moore, Murfreesboro, Tennessee; her siblings, Ava Ogden (Mike), Tipton, Jack Mooney and Joyce Mooney, both of Kokomo; grandchildren, William Andrew Randolph, Cyndi Baker (Mike), Shoal and Shea Sharrock, Jeffrey Randolph, Michael Smith, and Aaron Randolph, 8 great-grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Services for Bonnie will be held at 1pm on Monday, October 19 at Ellers Mortuary Webster St Chapel, with visitation from 10am-1pm. Pastor Jeff Russell will be officiating. Bonnie will be laid to rest at Albright Cemetery.


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Cheri Holladay

October 19, 2020

Shannon so sorry for the loss of you sweet mother. Praying for comfort and peace. She will be missed but still loved.

Vickie Shoemaker

October 19, 2020

Our deepest condolence to all of Bonnie's Family. We are so sorry for your loss. Love to Joyce, Eric, Angie, ...our hearts are with you all at this difficult time . Bonnie will be deeply missed. May the Angels surround you all. Love, Vickie Chris and family.

Audrey Burge-Allen

October 15, 2020

Patty, I am so sorry to hear about Bonnie. I remember her from when we were teenagers and running around your house. Her and Larry would come around always really nice to me, treated me as if I was family.
You are in my prayers. Love you sister.

Mary Harmon ( Pickard )

October 15, 2020

My prayers for her Family..I grew up with the Mooney family,which lived in the next block..My sister and I would visit their home alot as we were one of Joyce's friends.But we become friends with the whole family.Bonnie was always sweet to us and so kind..May she rest in Heaven with Raymond, and her Parents..🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏❤

Michael Dennis

October 14, 2020

I'll miss you grandma Bonnie fly high and Rest In Paradise.... Love you

Norman Rhoads

October 14, 2020

Very loving lady will miss her at the Trail of Courage.God bless and comfort you,the family.

Peggy Van Meter

October 14, 2020

So sorry I will miss seeing her at TOC she always had a smile prayers for the family ..and Rev.

Marsha Glassburn

October 14, 2020

My heart is broken I will miss Bonnie and all her love she gave. I know she is with God almighty, her faith was very strong and unbroken.
Larry and family I will keep you in my prayers that God will guide you. Someday you will meet up with Bonnie and you can celebrate again the reunion of two of the best people I know
God bless you and keep you
Marsha (Redbud) Glassburn

James and Donna Powell

October 14, 2020

Bonnie was a lovely lady that we were so lucky to have as a neighbor and dear friend in Oklahoma. We always enjoyed going to watch her and Larry perform gun fights at Sipokni West. I'm sure Abby is glad to see her again in Heaven. God Bless Larry, Shannon and family


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