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Randolph "Randy" M. Myers
  • May 28, 1951
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  • February 26, 2013

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Randolph Miller Moak Myers, 61 of Apopka died Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at his home.  Affectionately known as Randy, he was born in Shreveport, LA on May 28, 1951 to Mary (nee Nelson) and John Moak.  At a young age Randy was adopted by his step-father, Milo Myers.  The Myers family was a military family and lived in numerous states and countries. He lived in Germany for a period of time while he was in high school.  He enjoyed his time there and would often recall the various beer steins he collected and his day trips to different European cities.  Randy then returned to the states and called Florida his home around 1971.  He and his former wife, Linda adopted their precious baby girl, Amanda in 1982 who has been a sparkle in Randy’s eye since the day he brought her home.  He was a devoted father and would constantly have a “Korny” joke to tell to make her smile.  Randy’s generosity to help a friend could be found in anything he did.  He will be remember for tirelessly giving to people even when he had little to give.  Randy is survived by his loving daughter, Amanda Myers of Chicago, IL; mother, Mary Myers and four brothers, John and Larry Moak and Greg and Gordon Myers. Private family services will be held.  

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  1. Dee Camp-White says:
    08 Apr 2013
    To Randy's family and friends,
    Randy was my next-door neighbor from 2003-2010, when I moved away. He had a great sense of humor and was proud of his many collections. My children loved to pick his loquats and play with his kittens. He was more than happy to pitch in on a household fix-it project. He loved to cook out on the weekends and often brought us some chicken or another dish he'd made.
    Randy always talked about Amanda. She was the wind beneath his wings. I hope you find some comfort in knowing that our family was happy to live next-door to Randy.
    Dee Camp-White, Tia, Jonathan, and Jordon

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