Kenneth Dell Randall, 95, died at home on Jan. 1, 2021. He was a longtime resident of Lampasas County, a rancher, a family man and a member of Adamsville Baptist Church.
Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Jan. 9 at Adamsville Baptist Church, with interment to follow at Center Cemetery. A luncheon at Adamsville Community Center will follow interment for those who would like to bring a covered dish.
Kenneth was born on Nov. 12, 1925 in the family home under an oak grove before the doctor could arrive. He was the sixth of nine children born to Albert Gallatin Randall and Mary Atkinson Randall. He was, however, the last surviving sibling.
He was a hardworking man who treated people as he wanted to be treated.
Kenneth was preceded in death by his wife of 27 years, Frances Gloria Randall, and by Evelyn Laveya Joseph; his eight siblings, Floyd "Pete" Randall, Mattie Floy Eddy, Udell Wooldridge, Ethel Goins Carter, Earnest Randall, Martha Bryant, Stella Faye Ferrell and Patsy Baker; their spouses; and his nephews Richard Dale Wooldridge, Willis Dee Goins and Roland Ferrell.
Survivors include his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren Phillip King (Jean Loya), Linda (Ron) Porter, Katy (Ryan) Grant, Boone, Ada, new baby boy Hartley, Lori Beth Porter, Samuel (Rachel) Porter, Albert Randall, Ariel Jenkins, Jacques Randall, Mckennah Randall, Zechariah Randall, Judy Randall-Frank (Mark), Stephanie Wiebe (Daniel), Jennifer (TJ) Riley Rolan and Sandra Griffin Poole; nieces and nephews Deb (Terry) Lindsey, Vernon (Lisa) Baker, Camillie (Les) Plagens, Leland (Deb) Wooldridge, Quinton Brice (Silvia) Eddy, Jim Eddy and their families.