Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes

621 South Jefferson, Mason, MI


Harvey Paul Randall

January 14, 1938June 12, 2020

Harvey retired in 2003 after 14 years at Diamond Reo and 26 years at Oldsmobile, both in Lansing, Michigan. Harvey enjoyed traveling, southern gospel music, assembling puzzles, completing word puzzles, and eating pancakes. He also loved anything related to trains and the Civil War. He was an avid reader. He made many friends over the years, but always made sure his family came first. He LOVED his family, and his furry best friend, his dog, Buddy.

Harvey is survived by his wife of 26 years, Carol Randall; brother, Gerald (June) Randall; and sister-in-law, Helga (Henry) Randall. Surviving children are Steven (Lori) Randall, Pamela (Mike) Rhodes, Kathee (John) Vander Zanden, Chris Chaffee and Cortney Yates. Grandchildren include Mandy (JD) Brethauer, Tyler Randall, Steven (Haley) Rhodes, Molly (Alex) Twist, Kurtis Thompson, Dusty (Mary) Martin, Leam Engel, Xander Shimkus, Ryan Chaffee, Hunter Kibbey, John Garfield-Gray, Krista Chaffee and Mitchell Chaffee. He also has 13 beautiful great-grandchildren. Harvey also had and loved many nieces and nephews.

Harvey was preceded in death by his parents, Paul and Helen Randall; sister, Ruth Boot; brothers, Charles and Henry Randall; his first wife, Margaret Tucker; and grandson, Scott Johnson, Jr.

A graveside service will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at Greenwood Cemetery, Onondaga, MI 49264 (on Aurelius Road, 1 mile south of Barnes Road).

The family is being served by Gorsline Runciman Ball Dunn Chapel, Mason.

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  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, June 18, 2020


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Kathleen (Breeze) Hogg

June 16, 2020

I am privileged and honoured to have met and stayed with Carol and Harvey during holidays with them. Not once, did Harvey ever make me feel unwelcome or in the way. He was a true and gentle, man. Rest in peace Harvey, my prayers and thoughts are for you and your family, especially your wife Carol.

Clarence Merrifield

June 15, 2020

We will Always miss you. You’re rock you will always be yours and Buddies. The 4 years of knowing you made my entire life better. Tell we meet again FRIEND.

Clarence M
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Stacey Letner-Miller

June 15, 2020

I am so sorry to read about your Dad. I remember him picking us up from football games before we all had our licenses. Plus all the memories of the girl scouts invading your family home he just took it all in stride.
I wish I could be there with you this week but I had surgery and driving is not a option right now.

Kathee Vander Zanden

June 14, 2020

My dad was an amazing man. He was humble. He didn't want anything from anybody. When you did get him something, it was like a child on Christmas morning... Every.single.time!

He never made a distinction between his biological children and those of us he welcomed through marriage. He loved us all the same and he loved my mother more than life itself.

He lived a long wonderful life, always had a good and corny joke. He will be missed.

See you in Heaven, Dad!