Celebration of Life of Randy Fee
Celebration of Life
In Loving Memory of
Date and Place of Birth
December 8, 1943 - Paso Robles, CA
Entered Into Rest
August 25, 2018 - Caldwell, ID
Order of Service
"Love Lifted Me"
Obituary for ROBERT RANDAL "RANDY" FEE
Robert Randal "Randy" Fee. Randy Fee was called Home on August 25, 2018. Randy was born December 8, 1943 in Paso Robles, California to Kenneth and Helen Fee. He graduated from Paso Robles High School in 1961.Randy went to work for the US Postal Service, landing in the Morro Bay Post Office in 1971. He met and married Valerie Lookhart and they raised their family in Morro Bay. Randy retired as Postmaster from the Morro Bay Post Office in 1992. While living in Morro Bay, Randy was an active member of the Lions Club, serving as President, Secretary and Treasurer. Randy and Valerie were active members of the Church of Christ in Morro Bay.After retiring from the Post Office, Randy and Valerie moved to Twin Falls, Idaho where Randy worked for SkyWest Airlines and Seastrom Manufacturing. In 2000, they briefly moved back to California, living in the central valley until moving back to Idaho in 2003, settling in Caldwell, Idaho. Randy went to work for the Canyon County Sheriff's department, working in the driver's license division. Randy served as an Elder in the Nampa Church of Christ.Randy is survived by his wife, Valerie of Caldwell, Idaho, his brother, Larry Fee and his wife Marjorie of West Covina, California, his sons Don Kithcart and wife Laura of Kuna, Idaho, Scott Fee of Merced, California, daughter Margaret Flowers and husband Brad of Meridian, Idaho, and grandchildren, Cody Kithcart and wife Alexis, Kaitlyn and Savannah Fee, Wesley and Wyatt Flowers.The family wishes to thank the doctors and staff at St. Al's Cancer center in Caldwell, Idaho.
Sermon: By Luke Carter
Ecclesiastes 3:1-13 #711
2 Corinthians 1:3-7 #1235
Time for comfort, remember Randy's life and faith.
Great Husband: (Story of AA)
Great Father: (Story of him studying Latin in school)
No favorites, showed the same love and discipline to each child.
He displayed a fantastic work ethic for his children and all of us.
Grounded in humor: (Picture of his X)
Liked to tell jokes: (Not always funny)
Giving: (Financially yes, but often it was his time. Church/Hospital)
Loved his Hobbies: (Trains, story of Durango)
NASCAR was a passion.
His Faith: Hebrews 11:1-3 #1287
Truly found God through struggle. (AA, Higher Power? They found God)
He was faithful in service to the Lord.
1 Timothy 5:17; 3:1-7 #1271-1272
His constant thoughts and prayers were for others even till death.
Discuss 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 #1266, Revelation 21-22 #1327-1329
Read Psalm 23 #581
Read Hebrews 4:11-18 #1281
"Home of the Soul"
"God Be With You Till We Meet Again"#755
Randy's ashes are going to be divided and spread on the rocks in Morro Bay, CA and the rest will be buried between his parents in San Magill, CA
Dismissal to Lunch