In Loving Memory of Frank James Randle
October 14, 1921 - August 2, 2018

In Loving Memory of Frank James Randle

In Loving Memory of Frank James Randle
Oct 14, 1921 - Aug 2, 2018

In Loving Memory of Frank James Randle
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Mr. Frank James Randle was born October 14, 1921 to the late Willie Randle, Sr. and the late Charolette Cox in West Point, MS.
Frank was a United States Veteran; enlisting in the army in 1942, where he served his country in World War II while stationed in Italy. He was honorably discharged in 1946.
Frank was united in Holy Matrimony to the one and only love of his life, Nannye Lou Grady, on March 8, 1947; and to this union, 9 children were born.
Frank accepted and began his relationship with Jesus Christ as his personal Savior at an early age. He joined Barnes United Methodist Church in 1951, where he has been a faithful member ever since.
Frank was extremely loved by all and those who were not family to him biologically, were family to him in an unconditional love which he showered everyone with. Frank was known for his one-of-a-kind, highly acclaimed, mouthwatering rolls, of which he would fulfill countless orders throughout the year. Everyone who walked through his door was always welcomed and greeted with a warm, affectionate smile.
Frank worked at Chrysler for 11 years and retired after 40 years from Indiana National Bank. He was a Godly man of many trades. He enjoyed his family, sports, gardening, catering, and talking politics. One of his favorite things to do was pranking and playing jokes on his family, especially on April Fool's Day. His award-winning garden was something he took pride in, and all people, far and near, would come to admire his breath-taking roses.
Frank was a pillar in the community of which he lived for 64 years. He enjoyed sitting on his porch taking in the sights of his ever-changing neighborhood. He loved connecting with his neighbors and community, and everyone who passed by would look for him sitting in his favorite chair on the porch.
Frank instilled a strong sense of family values and character that poured over into his children for generations to follow. He took the time to create a special bond with every family member, making each feel like they were his favorite. He enjoyed hearing of the accolades and accomplishments of his family.
Frank received his wings and Heaven welcomed him Thursday, August 2, 2018 at the young age of 96. He was preceded in death by his parents, beloved wife; sons: Wilbur Jerome Randle, and Jeffrey Bernard Randle; daughter Lisa Gale Randle; brothers: Roosevelt Randle, Willie Randle, Jessie Randle (Catherine), George Randle (Ruth); sisters: Mary Lou Walker, Corrine Garth, Minnie Bell Talley, Annie Pearl Ewing, Mary Francis Hogan and Sarah Lou Bradberry.
Frank leaves to adore countless memories: his devoted, loving daughter Terri Lynn Randle; sons: James Michael Randle (Linda), Marshall Earl Randle (Anise), Alan Dewitt Randle (Cheryl), Keith Merle Randle, Russell Dale Randle (Niecy); 19 Grandchildren, 16 Great Grandchildren, 2 Great Great Grandchildren.
Visitation will be held at Barnes United Methodist Church on Friday August 10, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Service will follow on Saturday August 11, 2018 at Barnes United Methodist Church at 11:00 a.m.

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Dr Gwendolyn West on Aug 12, 2018

Our beloved was a great Man Of God who left a great legacy of love, hope, and faith! Dr. Gwendolyn West and Family, Atlanta, Georgia.

Darryl Williams on Aug 11, 2018

Sorry to get the news uncle frank was a great man and gods still god doing just what he said he would do go said i go to prepare a place for you and now uncle frank has been called to take his place rip to the best 36th street ever seen Darryl williams

Pam white on Aug 10, 2018

To Keith and the entire handle family ..My heart goes out to you and,my,tboughts,are with you..May God give you comfort and strength.. ,from Pam wooden White♥️

Marjorie Darden on Aug 10, 2018

To Wil & Dawn, and the entire Randle family;
Know that we are here to support you during this difficult time as you mourn the loss of your grandfather. Mr. Randle (AKA Granddad) lived a full honorable life and was loved by many. Continue to be faithful in the Lord & his word! Granddad's legacy will be remembered and treasured as he lives through you, and passed on through your children, and their children. We love you and are here for you!

Mimi, Grandpa, Nana, Uncle Wayne, Amber, and Ange

Karen on Aug 9, 2018

I will miss seeing him out in his yard, watering his flowers and grass. He was always very nice and looked out for me in the neighborhood. To the family always keep his memory alive being thankful for God blessing him for 96 years. He will be missed. Your Karen

Kim Burkeen on Aug 8, 2018

My Heart is heavy not just for the family but for myself and all who knew Mr. Randle. He was a very special man who only met you as a friend. He was sweet and kind with a smile at all times. I will miss see him on the porch or working in his yard. I am praying for you family.

Earnest and Carolyn Parker on Aug 8, 2018

To all my cousins and family , uncle Frank was so dear to my heart and all his family in west point, Ms. There was never a time that he came to west point that he always visited us, we were always so glad to see him and the rest of the family.He will truly be missed. I know he is in a wonderful place that is just as beautiful as he was. My love and prayers go to each of you. Love , cousin Carolyn Parker and family.

Billy Randle on Aug 6, 2018

CandleTo the children of Frank Randle, You all have our greatest Sympathy and we all will miss Uncle Frank dearly, May God Bless and keep each one of you and we want you to know that you all are in our prayers

Aunt Ruth and Family
West Point, Ms.

Sherri Boyd on Aug 6, 2018

Mr. Randle was always kind and spike so gently to me. He had a very comforting spirit. Rest in peace.

Kila Campbell on Aug 6, 2018

We Will Miss You Uncle Frank Randle Love Your Mississippi Family



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Barnes United Methodist Church
900 West 30th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM


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900 West 30th Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
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