Randall D. “Randy” Walker Age 62, passed away suddenly on May 20, 2016. Cherished partner of Sandy Stundins. Devoted son of Donald & Gerry Walker. Loving brother of Dean Walker, Dennis (June) Walker, Ed (Debbie) Walker, Becky (Ed) O’Brien, Kris (Dan) Mieszala, late Gary (Kim) Walker and the late Robert (Glenda) Walker. Fond uncle and great uncle of many.
A celebration of Randy’s life will be held on Thursday, May 26, 2016 from 5 until 9pm at the Joseph & Sarah Levy Senior Center, 251 Canterbury Ln., Bolingbrook.
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We are sorry for your loss and will keep all of you in prayer. The Eber family, from the Meadows
Yvette Eber, friend of Bob’s
My thoughts and prayers are with his family
I have such fond memories of growing up with all my cousins. We had so many great times. Randy will be so missed. Keeping all of you in our thoughts and Prayers. May the Love of Family and friends comfort you on such a sad time. Love you all. God Bless.
BOB and Terri
Courtnay Shults Fortier
I have fond memories of Randy when we were kids. Such a sad loss for family and friends. He’s gone too soon. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I am so sorry to hear of Randys passing, I offer my sincere condolences to Sandy and the rest of the Walker clan
Lamar and Cindy Mantooth
We love you Randy and Sandy….God Bless the Walker family. Lamar will always love all of you.
M sincerest condolences. He was a great guy. We had lots of good times. Ill always remember the level of energy around him. We sailed accross Lake Michigan with our gals back in the 80’s. A good friend. RIP
My deepest sympathy. Randy was a good friend and will be greatly missed. I always enjoyed the time that I spent with him and the laughter. May your grief be short lived and your memories everlasting. R.I.P.
I am so very sorry for the family’s loss. I ran into Randy a little over a year ago, it was great catching up with him. Still the same Randy I knew once upon a time. The Walker Family was always a joy to be around and I’m sure you will all miss him deeply. I hope your loving memories will help you all through this difficult time.
Judy (Cavalli) Pennings
Thomas A. Dziak
Randy was a great friend who was always there if anyone needed help. We will miss him. God bless Randy. His family can rest assured he will never ever be forgotten.
I am very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the Walker family at this sad time
Paul & Shelley Carroll
To Sandy and all the families.
Words never seem to heal the hole left by the loss of a loved one. It is at times like these you truly find the inner strength, you didn’t know was there. Our sincere condolences . Lean on your friends when you find the need. That is their greatest gift to you.
Remembering my Randy (Randerson) and your Randy sharing so many stories and laughter while hanging out at Charlie & Eddie’s garage. Walker always told me that I had “snagged” the better Randy, but I loved him like my husband loved him…like a brother. Forever making you giggle, forever telling crazy (but true) stories, forever a true friend! The mystery of our faith is that we will meet again – hold on to hope Sandy and Walker family.
Randy was good guy. He did it his way, which I enjoyed. He will be missed……Mark Hochsprung Co worker at the Arboretum
When I was five years old, I met Randy. We lived at 136 Grady Drive (or as I called it then, 136 Gravy Drive through) right next to Randy.
As a five year old, he seemed like a pretty tough and scary guy. Back then, he was always taking something apart, putting another back together or revving some sort of engine with a cocktail always in hand. Randy quickly went from “just the neighbor” to a great friend of our family. It didn’t take long to realize that the tough guy wasn’t actually so tough after all. Once you got into his heart, he would do anything to take care of you. Whether it was a lawn mower, a snow blower or just a smile, wave and friendly conversation from the driveway next door, there was no mistaking how much he genuinely cared.
Randy was there to witness it all- he watched me cruise around the driveway in my pink hot wheels Jeep as a child, the tears and screaming after falling yet again trying to play with my skip-it, searched for my lost kitten in a freezing blizzard and brought her home to me, stand guard from his garage when we snuck boys over when Mom wasn’t home (sorry, Mom!), to eventually realizing that all those years had past and saying “wait?! When did she GROW UP?!” (Or more accurately, “wait?! When did she get BOOBS?!” Haha).
Randy Walker, you and Sandy were the best neighbors a little girl could’ve ever asked for. You were and always will be a part of our family and have a special place in our hearts. It’s with a heavy heart that we recognize that you’re gone, but know you’ll always live on in these wonderful memories and in spirit.
“Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know that they are happy.”
I met Randy decades ago when I had a problem with my Saab. He fixed the problem in ten minutes and would not take a penny for it and told me to come back when I had a real problem, so Randy. He “Walkerized” the next seven Saabs. One of the best friends a person could hope to have. I will miss him terribly and continue to tell all of the crazy but true stories I witnessed over the years. Randy was one of a kind.
I am so sorry to hear about Randy’s passing. I enjoyed working with him and appreciated his kindness. Wishing peace to Sandy and family at this difficult time.
kari (ill) mcmillan
so sorry to hear about Randy so late. found out accidentally. the same about Gary. Dean your my last Walker friend. it had been so many years.
the motorcycle rides, learning to ski in Vermont.
i’m still in California so if you read this and remember me get in contact. love all the Walker boys. kari ill.