Dale E Randle

September 3, 1954January 4, 2021
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Dale Eugene Randle was born on September 3, 1954 in Holly Colorado to Thomas LeRoy Randle and Dicie Lee Randle.

Throughout elementary and high school, he was known for wrestling. He was on many state championship teams and was an individual state champion during his senior year. Although Dale went to multiple colleges, he ultimately earned his Baccalaureate Degree in Accounting from Governor’s State University.

He had a long diverse career including working as a Baker in his family’s bakery. Dale was also in Property Management at the Colonies, Royce Realty and St James Properties. He finally found his calling for Information Technology as a Product Manager for over 20 years working at SS&C Technologies.

Dale enjoyed making music in his spare time and had a passion for the guitar and the keyboard. He also enjoyed researching his family’s genealogy and serving as the family historian. He was an avid sport enthusiast and regularly cheered for his Denver Bronco’s.

Dale was known as a kind, gentle, and funny man. He would give you the shirt off his back and the last penny in his pocket. Even though he had an off sense of humor, he touched all he encountered.

Dale has been a devoted husband to his wife Cheri for the past 26 years. He was a loving father to three daughters, Gillian, Lauren, and Charlotte. Dale is survived by his older brother, Robert Randle his twin brother Dean Randle, three nephews L.D., Dustin, Brendan Randle, niece Kandi Aguilar, as well as many great nieces and nephews. He will be missed by his many close friends, work associates, extended family members and neighbors.

Dale E. Randle departed this life on January 4, 2021 at Cancer Center Treatment of America in Zion, IL. Our love for him will remain timeless.

Visitation services will be held Tuesday January 12, 2021. Due to State guidelines and gathering restrictions we ask that you please call the funeral home to select an available reservation time to pay your respects. Funeral Services will be private at this time.


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CM Taylor

January 18, 2021

I am so sorry to hear of Dale's passing. He was an inspiration and a fellow graduate of HHS. His smile and friendship were so greatly appreciated during our high school years.
Thank you for sharing his life in the photos. It is so nice to know he was well loved.
To all his family, thank you for making his life complete and his journey a joy. He was so gifted. May you always have enough. Rest in peace my friend.

Mark Ziemba

January 14, 2021

You are deeply missed by all of your friends at SS&C and SKYLINE.
You are forever with us.
Rest In Peace, Brother.
You are loved by many.

Ann Dunlap

January 14, 2021

I remember their wedding day on lady Anita yacht I was a bridesmaid in Dale and Cheri’s wedding, and I was standing there talking with Dale waiting for Cheri to come out and he says I’m not Dale, I’m like okay Dale you’re so funny and than here comes this other guy I did a double take. I did not know he had a twin brother. That’s just one of the many fun memories I had with my friend beautiful husband. He will be remembered for a long time for all his goodness. So long my friend until we meet again.. Ann Dunlap

Cheri Drinkwater-Randle

January 13, 2021

My Dearest Dale,
You were a wonderful husband to me, and an exceptional father to our girls. No one will/can ever take your place in my heart.
I will miss you until infinity and beyond. Until our hearts, bodies, souls meet again, I will forever love you.
Your adoring wife,

Deaconess Mellonese Gaston

January 13, 2021

To Our Dear Friends of the Randal Family,

We extend our deepest condolences and thank you for your love and friendship over the years. Your husband/father was one of the kindest people we have ever met. In our distress, we could count on him to come over and fix the issue. We have 22 years of experiences ... but one of my favorites is when you guy’s invited me over, after Brian passed and the girls were off to school, and to my surprise Dale barbecued a delicious meal for both of us for Mother’s Day. Thank you for thinking of me as I accepted my new life journey & position. The girls remember our New Year Eve at Keylime Cove with much laughter. We will miss greatly Mr. Dale!

We wish you friends, peace of heart, much love on the journey and family & friends to help you along the way. Gods word states, “The angel of the Lord encamps around those who fear him, and he delivers them. Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.” Psalms 34: 7-8 (NIV)

We are here for you friends!

Peace and Blessings
The Gaston Family
Deaconess Mellonese, Shari & Zamora

Bryan Sibert

January 12, 2021

My sincerest sympathies to the Randle Family. I was privileged to go to know Dale through work at SS&C and the laughs we shared, primarily over the Chiefs/Broncos rivalry, will be sorely missed. We always had a standing $1 bet every game and collecting each dollar for the past 11 consecutive games was special that following Monday. The conspiracy theories he had for why the Broncos lost, as well as for his office fantasy football team, were priceless.

There will be a Dale shaped void in our office once we are able to return . My prayers are with you today and going forward.

Terry Karaboyas

January 12, 2021

I offer my condolences to the Randle family and to his many friends. Dale and I worked together for twenty years. He was one of the hardest working individuals I’ve ever known. He took on many responsibilities yet he always made the time to help others. In fact, he would often offer to help and not only help when asked. He would even offer to assist with home improvement projects. He often went above and beyond. He was quite a people person.

This loss will be immensely felt professionally and personally for quite some time. I will miss the conversations about music, current events, guitars, the Broncos and the Bears. I will miss the way he liked to bust people’s chops too.

Dale, I’m saddened that you did not have the opportunity to slow life down and eventually retire. You deserved to enjoy the fruits of your labor. You were taken too soon.

Thank you for all the help over the years and thank you for being a friend. You made a difference in my life and I know you have for many others as well.

Rest in peace my friend,

Terry Karaboyas

Shirley Stokes

January 12, 2021

LD Randle

January 12, 2021

I would like to thank Dale (and family) for all of the memories we made during my trips to Chicago. He made sure we saw all of the sites, hit all the good restaurants, and went to all of the sports stadiums. We spent a lot of time riding the train from the city back to Beverly and he told me a lot about his life and his beliefs on those rides. Thank you Dale. You left us far too soon and you will be missed.

Denise Morris

January 11, 2021

Dale was the best brother in law every, he always showed my family much love. We all loved him and he will be truly missed. Rest in heaven my sweet brother