William "Randy" Awe
March 19, 1950 – May 14, 2010
William “Randy” Randolph Awe, 60, passed away on May 14, 2010.
Randy was born in Norfolk and was preceded in death by his father, William Rexford Awe. He was a former project manager for Way Point Development, LLC, and former co-owner of Avalon Cleaners. He was a longtime member of the Church Of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints.
Survivors include his mother, Floy Hunter Awe Jordan, his wife, Grace Elizabeth Awe, a brother, Fred Awe, a niece, Dawn Awe and a great niece Melissa Sue and cousins, Garland and Annie Carol Whaley and their daughter, Karen and Faye and Jim Brown, and Theresa and Warren Martin.
The family will receive friends on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. at Smith & Williams Funeral Home, Kempsville Chapel. A graveside service will be held on Monday, 1:00p.m., at Rosewood Memorial Park with Daryl Harding officiating. Memorial donations may be made to the Emphysema Foundation. Friends may offer condolences at www.smithandwilliamskempsville.com.
- Graveside Service Monday, May 24, 2010
William "Randy" Awe
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May 31, 2010
I knew Randy from his younger days. He played on our softball team. He came to visit me a couple of years ago at the Virginia Beach Fishing Center. He was a good guy to be around. Everyone liked him. Although I have not seen him much in the last 25 years, I will miss him. I do not believe he had an enemy in this world. May God always be with you Randy. John Crowling
May 24, 2010
My prayers go out to Randy's whole family. I remember the good old days with Sister Jordan, Freddy and Randy at Church. I love you all and may Heavenly Father's love be with you through this period of time that is hard to deal with. I know Randy is in a good place and the memories you have will remain with you always. Love to you all, Sister Susie Warren Dowdy
May 21, 2010
My heart is heavy from the loss of you my friend . The things i worried about yesterday seem so minor now. Although the 42 years seem short now the memories will last forever and images will create smiles you will truly be missed. Hey ! Poncho, save me a spot and say hi to my Dad, Rick, Bill and Harvey I know you guys are already talking it up. I'll catch up later and remember big tracks = big game and big bait = bigger fish .