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Randy was an old friend, funny, and always so kind to me. Always so friendly when I would run in to him over the years. I am so sorry for your loss. May fond and fun memories help carry you through. Hugs to you all, especially to you, Lynn and Mitch.
All our love, Cousin Randy.
Randy lived in my neighborhood many years ago. He was always very kind. I remember when I would call the VA and his voice was on the recording. Very sorry to hear of his passing. My sympathies to his family and friends. Pat
randy will be missed blessings to the family
I was saddened to her of Randy's passing. I work at the V.A for many years and enjoyed his positive and happy disposition. He was a great asset for our veterans. Too young.
Randy will be missed by many friends and family. His big heart and friendly smile were a big part of his life. Sharing Wonderful memories of holidays and parties spent at the Martin's will help all through this loss. RIP Randy give hugs and kisses to your mom and dad, grandma Palmer and Uncle Bubby!
Randy was always a helpful voice on the other end of that phone and always put the Veteran first. He will be missed.
My buddy my pal. Been awhile but the love was always there. Man what a man full of love,life and everything in between. RIP BROTHER
Randy was a good man. If he was your friend he was your friend. None of that "what have you done for me lately" stuff.
Randy and I made our careers serving veterans at the Veterans Medical Center. He worked the administrative side and knew the rules and regulations. But he also knew how to bend the regulations appropriately to help a Vet. No Veteran was left wanting. He was a Veterans advocate to the MAX and mentored many employees on the importance of their service.
Randy respected his parents, family and friends and was fun to be around. He would always greet you with a smile and off-the-cuff funny comment. Randy and I shared deep conversation about life, current events, music and the latest at the VA. I was proud to work with him and proud he was my friend.
Ride on Randy, see ya' on the other side.
We are so sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed spending time with Randy at family reunions and we know how much pride he took in his work with the veterans. You are in our prayers.
So very sorry to learn of our loss.
I enjoyed knowing Randy and working with him at the Va. Hospital.
He indeed was a caring person and will be missed!!
R.I.P. my friend!!
Randy was older than I still didn't see him but a few times with People I hung out with at time's I new he was a good person I'm sure he will be missed my heart goes out to the family .
I was so shocked to hear of randy's passing. I wish to express my sincere condolences to the family. Randy and I grew up together starting in 1st grade through high school. Sum of our favorite times were our birthday parties celebrating together. It was always a joy to see each other and reminisce about the past and family. I plan on being at the visitation and I am proud to be with the Honor Guard to bestow him with the Military Honors that he deserves. May God Bless You all and guide you through this loss.
I have many wonderful memories of Randy when we were in our 20's and 30's primarily at parties at the Martin residence in North Liberty.I always remember Randy as a "good guy" with a friendly disposition.
My condolences to Greg and Mitch and the whole family.
My wonderful cousin...my heart just breaks for everyone who knew and loved you. The world will not be the same.
I'm so sorry to hear of Randy's passing. You all have my deepest sympathies. I have fond memories of him while working at the VA. He will be greatly missed
Sorry to hear of Randy's passing. I enjoyed our time working together at the VA; he came to work everyday with a positive and catching spirit. God bless.
Randy, You were the best boss and friend I knew while at the VAMC. Be at peace and watch over your wife and family from heaven, they will meet you there some day!!!
Oh..to the Martin family...im so sorry to hear of Randys passing.
We all had so much fun together in the 70s and. Early 80s...i will see you all Sunday.
To the Martin Family my deepest heartfelt sympathy and thoughts at the sudden tragic loss of Randy. Randy had a great and deep laugh that is unforgettable. Randy was as I will remember as most folks do as an important person told me " people always are trying to do the best they can" and so was Randy.
So sorry to hear of Randy's passing. He will be remembered for his kindness, his support at sporting events, and the way he could make people smile and laugh. We will hold on tight to memories of Randy while we keep his family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.
Very sadden to get the news of Randy. My Deepest sympathy to the Martin Family. Randy was a fun person to work with, taught myself a lot of knowledge over the years and showed compassion to all staff and especially to our vets at the Iowa City VAMC. He will be dearly missed by many at the VAMC.
Suz Murdock and family.
I am so sorry to hear about Randy's passing. We had many good times back when I worked at the VA Hospital. He was a great man.
Mitch and family sorry for your loss. I did not know Randy well but what I did know of him he was an awesome man. You are all in our prayers. Keep all the good memories in your hearts forever! God Bless
Mitch and family,
Sorry to hear about Randy. My thoughts are with you all.
So sorry to hear about Randy he was a good friend to the Emde’s we went to a Waylon Jennings concert with a group. Back in the 70’s had a great time funny guy I know Joel thought a lot of him