OBITUARY

Randy "Da Beef" Plough

August 4, 1952January 22, 2019

Randy “Da Beef” Plough, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 in Muskegon.

He was born on August 4, 1952 in Muskegon. He was a Golden Member of F.O.E., Vets Club Member and an Eagles State Bowling Champion in 2018. He retired from SAF Holland/Neway as a robotic welder. Randy was a cancer survivor of 7 years and enjoyed bowling, golfing and doing yard work.

He was preceded in death by his father L.B. Plough and Auntie Jo.

He is survived by his wife, Wanda (Amos) of 38 years, two sons, Jason (Nicole) and Justin (Tabitha), two mothers, Kathryn Gard and Dolores Plough, four grandchildren, Samantha, Sydney, Addison and Ozias, a sister Terry (Thom) Pacey, three brothers, Larry, Scott (Sue) and John (Kathy) Paczosa and many nieces and nephews.

There will be a Celebration of Life gathering on Monday, January 28, 2019 at the Muskegon Eagles Lodge #668, 621 W. Western Ave. Muskegon, MI. 49440 from 12:00pm-3:00pm.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hope Lodge Peter M. Wege Guest House, 129 Jefferson S.E. Grand Rapids, MI. 49505 in lieu of Flowers.

  • DONATIONS

  • Hope Lodge Peter M. Wege Guest House

Services

  • Celebration of Life Monday, January 28, 2019
REMEMBERING

Randy "Da Beef" Plough

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BEVERLY SWEARS

January 28, 2019

I was so sorry to hear about Randy. We had so much fun bowling with both of you. I wish I could have been there today but at the moment I do not have a car. I think of all the good times and wish we could have a few more but that's life. Love to all the family.

Judy Carlisle

January 27, 2019

Randy, I have such great memories of us when we was little... we could hardly wait to get off the bus to play marbles..you was always the better player, we used to build snow forts in the winter, and have premade snowballs on the shelves, and have major snowball fights across the street, we even got married when we was about 4 or 5, I still have the picture. .but remember our first day of kindergarten, my Mom drove us to school and when we were getting in the car, you accidentally shut my finger in the car door....my first hour of school my Mom and I was in the bathroom in the classroom running cold water on my finger...I'll never forget that...you was a great friend. more like a brother...I still have your green purey bolder, and I will bring it with me tomorrow, I was always going to mail it to you...but it got stuck in a lead crystal candle holder......anyhow, Wanda it will be nice to meet you. .and your children...Judy Carlisle

J. Albert De Los Santos

January 27, 2019

Randy was a lot of fun to be around. He had a way of delivering jokes in a serious way, so that you couldn't tell if he was joking or not! He will be missed. You guys are in our thoughts.

Sincerely,

J. Albert & Kim De Los Santos

Dave Snyder

January 27, 2019

Thanks Randy for joining our family and giving us all the memories over the years. I know when I talk about you know there will be a tear but a bigger smile. Till we meet again my friend.

Gregory Benton

January 27, 2019

The Benton family was shocked and saddened by our cousins passing. Even though we saw each other so seldom in the past few years, you and your family were never far from our thoughts and prayers.

Theresa Platz

January 27, 2019

Prayers to you Wanda and family. I am very happy to have been part of your family all of these years. I will miss getting and sending bonus games. Smiles and hugs from Texas. We love ❤️ you Danny and Theresa Platz

Wanda Plough

January 27, 2019

Honey, you were the love of my life,I miss you so very much allready , planned on growing much older with you,but not meant to be,
so thank you for all the wonderful memories with family and friends. You are loved and missed by so many. RIP. I LOVE YOU …….

KAREN (Carlisle) RICHARDS

January 26, 2019

Delores, Terri & Scott,
We had many wonderful years as Friends & Neighbors.
So many memories growing up together, Randy was such a handsome, nice young man.
Sorry I never had opportunity to meet you Wanda, Your Children & Grandchildren.
It's going to be a tough road ahead, I've been there, Life as you knew it changed for whatever reason, but your Love & Memories will Live on within Your Hearts.
Randy's now back with his Dad, LB was truly a great role model, from what I've heard Randy's made him proud :)
Randy say Hi to your Dad, Aunt Jo, My Dad & Mom, My Husband Dave & Nancy's Husband Fred, you've all left this earth way too soon. I know you'll be missed xo

Justin Plough

January 26, 2019

Dad, it’s so very hard to say goodbye as you’re gone far too soon. I’ve had a big smile on my face and lots of tears listening to so many people reminisce about their memories of you. I know you’re in a better place now. Until we meet again...

Love,
Justin Plough

Nancy (Carlisle) Kaiser

January 26, 2019

Delores, Terry, Larry, Scott & Kay & families. Sorry to hear of Randy passing. So many great memories of childhood years & being neighbors. He will be welcomed to his Heavenly home by his Uncle Jim & Aunt Ruth Carlisle and his Dad LB. Love to all Nancy (Carlisle) Kaiser

FROM THE FAMILY