Hank Randall passed away in Buckeye, Arizona on July 26, 2020. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bernard “Hud” and Clara (Boll) Randall. Hank is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Randall of Buckeye, AZ; daughter, Jenny Randall (Ben Butler) and grandson Landon Butler of Kilauea, HI; stepdaughter, Staci (Mike) Fetz and granddaughter Hadley of Mountain House; CA; brother, Robert (Carmon) Randall of Palm Desert; sister, Barbara (Hugh, deceased) Peters of Shingle Springs; 3 nieces, 1 nephew, great nieces and nephews and Elizabeth’s stepchildren and grandchild.
Born Stewart Henry Randall in Detroit, MI, he was raised in Arcadia, CA from the age of one years old. He enjoyed California activities such as surfing, cars and teaching swimming.
Hank enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served in Vietnam. After the war, he returned to Southern California where he found work as a swimming teacher and salesman. In 1973 Hank was transferred and moved his family to San Jose where over the years he enjoyed a successful career in Distribution in the Silicon Valley. Most of his career was spent at Schweber/Lex/Arrow Electronics where he was in Field Sales Management and Product Management earning numerous achievements and President’s Club Awards. He served on the Board of Directors of Dixieland Monterey and was General Chairman for three years.
Hank’s family was his greatest joy, which included many pairs of Miniature Dachshunds through the years. He was a dad every girl should have… unconditionally loving, 100% supportive, and loads of fun and energy. Hank truly made a difference in people’s lives and loved to make you feel special. Those who knew him, enjoyed his fun sense of humor, compassion, and kind heart. They knew they had a friend to count on whatever it may be. From building toys on Christmas Eve to moving households. From the smallest to the biggest needs, he would always be there.
Hank lived life to the fullest and never gave up on love. Which he was lucky to discover again when he met Elizabeth who he married on his beloved isle of Kauai ,HI at Lumahai Beach on November 11,2015. He always dreamed of retiring to this magical island and now his dream will come true when his ashes are scattered there at a later date.
Hank’s family wishes to thank everyone who helped make his life full and joyous.
He will be missed by many…
In lieu of flowers, the family asks you to consider making a donation in his name to the Wounded Warrior Project at www.wondedwarriorproject.org
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