Charles Howard Randall

10/18/1941 - 02/15/2017
Service Date: 02/24/2017
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: Mesa AZ Citrus Heights Ward, 2549 N 32nd St., Mesa, AZ

Randall Charles Howard 75

Born to Bert and Verna Randall on Oct 18, 1941 Mesa, AZ, at Southside Hospital. He being the 4th child of 7, Verna (Randy) Bert (Garna) Marilee (Jim deceased) Judy (Bill) Roberta (Thryle) Richard (Nancy)

Charlie loved Mesa and his Arizona Heritage. His grandfather settled Pine, AZ in the 1800’s. He lived an accomplished life as a beloved husband to Valerie, father to, Kristin (Jim) Rodgers, Bret, Trent (Jamie), Gage (Melissa) Keri (Zeke) Heath (Kenzie) Lin-z (Eric) and Chaz and grandfather to 17. Charlie was loved by all that met him.

Charlie was raised as a cattle rancher. He graduated from BYU and served a mission in the Gulf States. He later became a stock broker and opened the first Stock Exchange Firm in Mesa. An entrepreneurial at heart he became Pilot, Scuba Diver for the sheriff’s posse, golfer, silver mine owner, developer and the top sales agent in real estate. His shining moments were as a Bishop for the Lehi ward and sending many missionaries on missions.

He will be missed by all. Till we meet again

 

Viewing will be Thursday, Feb. 23 from 6-8 pm at Bunkers at 3529 E. University Drive, Mesa, 85213.  Services will be held Friday, February 24 at 10am at The LDS Church at 2549 N 32nd St, Mesa AZ 85213, with a visitation one hour prior to services.

 

Condolences

  • I will miss your great smile, kindness, and generisity. The love you and Valerie have will last an eternity. Though you may not be here physically we will always keep you in our thoughts. I feel so blessed to have known such a wonderful man. Thank you Valerie for sharing Charlie with all of us. Sending lots of prayer and love.

  • It was my great honor to serve as Bishop Randall’s Scoutmaster. I was in awe watching this great man help young men along life’s path. Many of of these young men are now great men serving in the church. One memory was the Eagle Scout Court of Honor where 15 young men in his ward received the Eagle Scout Rank. Sooo many memories like that of Bishop Randall.
    May God bless Bishop Randall’s family and may they remember and honor his great service that he rendered. RIP my dear friend

    Hank Rogers

  • Valerie and family…what a loss for all who knew your husband, a most wonderful and remarkable man. I am honored to have known Charlie and wish for you peace and comfort during a very difficult time. Sending many thoughts and prayers for all of you. With love. Rosann

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