|Birth: ||Jun. 20, 1919, USA|
|Death: ||Feb. 3, 1991, USA|
My grand daddy George was a wonderful man and a hard worker. He farmed hard and long to provide for his children. Granddaddy was an artist as well. He could draw the most magnificent houses. He could play a guitar too in his younger years
He was a kind quiet man. He was frail in his latest years. I can still remember him walking around in his yellow jacket with his blue suitcase....always ready to go.
I cannot help byt cry when I think of him because I was always kind of scared around him. Not scared of him but maybe scared for him. At the time, I did not understand anything about dementia but looking back I believed he did suffer from dementia and I hate myself for not putting my arms around him more when I seen him. I was a kid and I just didnt understand.
Grandaddy we will meet again and my arms and my heart will be open to you. I only recently learned of your harships through life and I now realize just how strong you were.
George Washington Randolph is the son of Edie McCarley and Tom Randolph. He was born in Alabama.
George married Letha Lahoma Roberts and had the following children.
Letha Lahoma Roberts Newton (1926 - 1999)*
Louise Randolph (1950 - 2005)*
Janice Alois Randolph Marks (1956 - 1989)*
Cottage Hill First Baptist Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Angie Ethridge McIntyre
Originally Created by: Pat Palmer
Record added: Jul 04, 2010
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