Randolph "Randy" James Reeves

December 13, 1956June 4, 2019

Randolph "Randy" James Reeves, 62, of LaGrange, Kentucky passed away Tuesday, June 4, 2019.

He was born to James and Carole Wells Reeves on December 13, 1956 in Winter Haven, Florida.

Randy spent his career as a Medical Equipment Sales Representative.

He was a longtime member of Fern Creek Sportsman Club. Randy enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and cooking. He enjoyed making Gumbo, Chili, Fried Fish and Homemade Salsa from his garden.

Randy went on many fishing trips to St. George Island, Florida with many longtime friends and portage canoed the boundary waters in Minnesota several times. Dale Hallow Lake and St. George Island were some of his family's favorite camping places. He held many fish fries and turtle soup socials to feed many family members and friends over the years.

Most recently he shared many happy times with dear friend; Pam Rose.

He is preceded in death by his mother; Carole Jones, and brother; Daryl Thadd Reeves.

Left to cherish the memory of Randy are his sons; Alexander Michael Reeves (Lauren Hull) and John Randolph Reeves, sister; Kim Jones Lucy (Perry), father; James Reeves, step-father and best friend; Donald Jones (Linda) and former wife; Marianne Crissy.

A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held at Fern Creek Sportsman's Club on Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 3-6:30pm to share all of the happiness and fond memories we all have of Randy.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations in memory of Randy can be made to


22 June

Celebration of Life Gathering

3:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Fern Creek Sportsman Club

15400 Brush Run Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40291


Randolph "Randy" James Reeves

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Frank Willard

June 10, 2019

Dear Family and Friends of Randy,

It was with shock and sorrow that we received word of Randy’s passing.

I had not spoken with him for several years. We had been separated by distance and time, something I had come to accept but have always regretted. But he was often in my thoughts. The day we learned of his passing, Jo Ann and I were preparing for our annual family vacation to St. George Island, something which always brings good memories of times spent there with Randy.

Randy was one of the most generous people I have ever known. He was always willing to lend a friend a hand. He opened his home to our family when we would come back to Louisville to visit. I remember how he enjoyed cooking and he was eager to share the food he prepared, which was always enjoyed.

His sense of adventure and love of the outdoors was infectious and was the driving force for those canoe trips to the Boundary Waters. There were many times spent together, fishing, white water canoeing, hiking and boating. There are many fond memories of those times.

Indeed, some of the best moments of my life were spent in Randy’s company. I do not know if he was aware of that, but I hope that he was. I know he will be missed and we will have a toast to his memory on the beach at SGI.

With love and deepest sympathy,

Frank & Jo Ann

Martha Tolson

June 8, 2019

I know Randy will be missed by so many people! Especially his boys, Alex and Jack! Love and prayers go out to all of his family and friends. Randy always had a big smile on his face when I saw him and a hug. He loved to cook and can vegetables which he shared with everyone (delicious!). He was so proud of his chicken coop and the eggs. We had many of those too! He loved his boat and took my son Parker out on it with Jack. They always had a great time. Parker has a special place in his heart for Randy as do I. You will be missed!!

Lu Hill

June 8, 2019

I considered Randy a great friend. We worked together at Biologic. While working in different states, we spoke often. Selling capital equipment is extremely stressful but he always made it fun and reminded me what was important in life – to laugh. I love him so! Please know I’m thinking of you and your family. He was a wonderful man.