Patricia Ann Randolph
October 2, 1945 - October 5, 2012
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GREENVILLE – Patricia Ann Randolph, 67, of Greenville, died Friday, October 5, 2012 at her home. Mrs. Randolph was born October 2, 1945 in Welch, WV. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Ethelene Cantrell; and sister Brenda Wood. Survivors include her husband, Daniel Randolph; children Howard Randolph,…

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Daniel Randolph left a message on October 5, 2016:
Still missing you, on this day especially. I hope you found inner peace and happiness where you are. I talk to you often, especially when I pray. I
Daniel Randolph left a message on October 28, 2014:
There is not a day that goes by where I don't think about you. I miss you with every breath I take. I wish I could see you one more time, and hold you and tell you how much I love you. Thank you for being the best mother a person could ever have.
marvin left a message on April 1, 2013:
Dear Patty, When I was born, you were a woman of 26 and had a family of your own. But, I remember spending a lot of time with you when I was little. Staying the night with you in that old wooden house in Plant City. You making Me eat the egg whites even when I only liked the yokes : ) I remember Mom, Dad and I coming to see you in South Carolina when I was fifteen. We went out and bought matching shorts and t-shirts. I still have the picture of us. In our later years, we didn't see one another often. That seems to happen in a family as big as ours. I just wanted you to know, I love you and miss you. I wish we could have had more time together. Tell Mom, Dad and Brenda I love them. Love Always your Brother, Marvin
Cheryl Islam left a message on November 18, 2012:
There are no words that can describe how much i miss you. i still wake up and think, "I need to call mom today". When i miss you so much I like to close my eyes and remember our last hug and how much my arms could wrap around you now. I kiss your soft cheek and remember how mommy smells. Your hair was so soft to touch and even the color so pretty. I used to look in your eyes and be amazed at how blue they were and how the color never faded. I miss taking you out with me . I loved to see you smile or make you laugh.And Im happy that even as an adult i would hold your hand when we went into the stores. Im happy to know all your favorite things. We were happy children and never missed out on anything. No hot water, and a bathtub but no shower? We didnt miss and we were unspoiled. It was a beautifully simple life.You always made do with what we had and it always seemed enough through childrens eyes. We were very happy frolicking in the woods , building forts enjoying the freedom of the country life. You never forgot a birthday ever. You were the Most Generous person i ever knew, in thought and in action and never asked anything for yourself. I love you so much mommy and miss you the most. Your loving Baby Girl Cheryl
Shannon Reynolds left a message on October 16, 2012:
Granny, You will always be in my heart. I miss you so much. I wish I could talk to you, hug you once more but I know you are safe in the arms of the Lord and are no longer in any pain. I love you today, tomorrow, forever and I will always be your "Baby Girl". Shannon
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Teresa Wood-Walker left a message on October 11, 2012:
My prayers go out to us all, especially the ones closest to Patty!
Tucker Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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