Randall "Randy" McCoy

January 26, 1946July 23, 2018

On Monday July 23, 2018, Randall (Randy) McCoy age 72, resident of Ocala, FL, when to be with his Lord after a long battle with Parkinson’s. He was a loving husband and father. His funeral is Monday July 30, 2018 at 11am with visitation at 10am at Culley’s MeadowWood Funeral Home, 700 Timberlane Road, Tallahassee, FL 32312. Randy was born Jan 26, 1946 in Alton, IL and is preceded in death by his father Donald Leonard McCoy and mother Susie Boice McCoy. He grew up in Orlando, FL and graduated from Edgewater High School 1964. He attended college but left to serve in the army and was stationed in Germany. He worked in Insurance sales, management for 35 years.

He married Vicki Raymond and raised two children Chris and Stacey in Tallahassee, FL. Later in life he married Regina Winterholler and added two stepchildren Suzanne and Allen to the family.

Randy was passionate about Parkinson’s awareness and was a founding member of The North Florida Parkinson Awareness Group currently known as the Parkinson’s Outreach Association in Tallahassee. He also enjoyed dancing, billiards/pool, ping-pong, pickleball, tennis, racketball and basketball.

He is survived by his wife of 22 years Regina McCoy; Son Christopher Bryce (Marybeth) McCoy; Daughter Stacey Melissa McCoy; Step-daughter Suzanne (Corey) Hawk; Step-son Allen (Faye) Winterholler; Brother Terry (Bobbie) McCoy; Twin Sister Kathy McCoy Sutton; Sisters-in-law Harriet Blanton, Rita (Danny) Dailey; Brother-in-law Randy (Sherry) Haire ; Grandsons: Christopher McCoy, Jake and Max Winterholler; Granddaughters: Caley McCoy and Emma Hawk and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins also survive.

Thank you to Ocala Regional Medical Center, Ocala, FL and Brandley’s Hospice House, Summerfield, FL for the loving compassionate care.

Family requests in lieu of flowers contributions can be made to the Parkinson’s Outreach Association: Website: Mailing address: PO Box 14722, Tallahassee, FL 32317 Phone (850) 364-0230 or Wounded Warrior Project: Website:


  • Visitation Monday, July 30, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, July 30, 2018

Randall "Randy" McCoy

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Jill Dean

July 31, 2018

When I think of Randy McCoy, I immediately think of laughter - I'm talking snorting and out-loud laughter, the kind that lights up your heart ! So grateful for the memories of this dear friend, and to know that he is safe in the arms of Jesus :) . Regina and family, may God's never-failing Grace lift up your hearts during this time.... XOXOXO

Eric Haire-Eide

July 30, 2018

My thoughts & prayers are with you Regina & Family. Eric (Rick) Haire-Eide

Greg Haire

July 29, 2018

To Regina and the family, my deepest condolences. Randy always will be a part of this family. He truly enjoyed the times being together. When I was a part of the family reunions, I always looked forward to seeing him there. You will be missed but you will forever be loved and remembered.

Debra Everington

July 29, 2018

I met Randy at pickleball in the senior center. We became good friends as he did with everybody there and enjoyed his personality every time I saw him. We all felt sad when he left our area and now even sadder that he's gone. Rest in peace my dear friend.

Sue Gambill

July 29, 2018

I knew Randy from many years of playing pickleball and I always loved Randy's positive, fun attitude. When he moved away from Tallahassee I really missed seeing him at the Senior Center. He was a good, kind hearted man.

To his family & friends, may fond memories comfort you during this sad time.

Kenneth Loewe

July 29, 2018

I remember Randy as smart, kind, witty, courageous, a leader, and a friend.

Larry Fordham

July 28, 2018

I met Randy McCoy when I was a Regional Trainer with Globe Life.
Randy and I remained close friends for over 41 years. I cherish our friendship. Randy, thank you for all the great times we had together. May God poor out his blessings upon you and your family. I’m honored to have been asked to say your eulogy in your remembrance. Rest In Peace my dear friend, Rest In Peace.


Rita Dailey

July 28, 2018

I will miss you, My sister Regina was surely blessed to meet this gentle giant of a guy, a real McCoy! My blood brother shares the same name. We all referred to Randy as our other brother. We were all just as close. I know my blood brother would agree. He shared a lot with our family as a true brother. Happy times laughing and joking. And the grief of losing our parents. I will see u again, So I will not say goodby. Love u Sis!❤️

Dan Dailey

July 28, 2018

Last Tanksgiving my wife Rita and I, was thankful for spending the holiday with Regina and Randy. He knows how much I think of him, cause I never leave home,lol. Anyway, that night he wanted to get in the hot-tub and I said why not...well the water was hot and he asked me to help him get in and me going at around 170lbs, had a heck of a time when we got was like slow motion, him going in and taking me with him. Needless to say, we laughed and had a heck of a time closing it up after getting out. He always made me feel special and love to play pool and frisbee. We both always had to show off our knife collection... we always said we will do this or do that. Best man I ever knew and will forever have a hole in my heart.

Frances Jester

July 28, 2018

Randy always had a joke when ever he came to get a haircut. The world has lost such a sweet man.