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Randall Wayne Seigle
April 3, 1947 ~ September 11, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Like so many other heroes who'd gone on before, Randall Wayne Seigle (Randy) was called home by his Lord and Savior on September 11th, in the year of our Lord 2023. He was a faithful member of Caneyville Baptist Church, but first and foremost, he was a devoted servant to Jesus Christ. Randy was born to Maynard and Nettie Irene Cowherd Seigle on April 3, 1947. He was the world's best husband to Frances Mae (Brown) Seigle (Frankie) for 58 years, 6 months, and 28 days, the world's greatest Dad to Cindy (Donnie) Cooper, and Jackie (James) Bauer, the world's most amazing Pappaw to Wayne (Courtney) Ashby, Tara (Dave) Morris, Shannee Ashby, Donnie Cooper, Jr., and Brittney (Chris) Nelson, and the world's most awesome Great Pappaw to Waverly Ashby, Hunter Phelps, McKenzie Nelson, Jayden Ashby, Railey Phelps, and Jacob Morris, who will all cherish his memory.
Randy is also survived by sisters Beatrice Douglas (Leroy dec), Marcella Bryant, Frances (Omer dec), June Meridith (Earl), Doris Thomas (Earnest dec), Alice Pearson (Harold dec), brothers James (Donna), Charles, and Garland, mother-in-law Beulah Brown, brother- in- law Bill Brown, sisters-in-law Norma Leslie, Donna Seigle (James), Barbara Jones (Ernie), and Julia Brown, as well as a multitude of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by brothers, Wynand (Maxine), Mansel (Pauline), Elroy, Aubrey, Wallace (Libby dec), John (Darlene), sisters, Infant Seigle, Evelyn Dohoney (Bill dec), Anna Nalley (Gerald), Barbara Hoops (Nelson), father-in-law, Bill Brown, and brother-in-law,Thomas Brown (Louise dec). He'll also be reunited in Heaven with three great grandbabies who never made it to Earth, and special friends Bonnie and Frog Armstrong, Joel Ray, and Vicki Kidd.
He retired from Worthington Industries in 1999 after many years of dedicated service. He was a jack of all trades and could do just about anything. He was a great mechanic and spent countless hours working on not only every vehicle he ever owned, including tractors, lawn mowers, and 4 wheelers, but also all his kids and grandkids vehicles, the car he gave the great grandkids to drive up and down the drive, his brother's and other family and friend's vehicles. He was also talented as a carpenter, plumber, and electrician, and used those skills to build their home.
Having been raised on a farm, Randy was a country boy at heart and loved spending hours bush hogging and piddling around in the barn. He also loved sports and rarely missed watching his Kentucky Wildcats play basketball, and he made many great friends at the bowling alley over the years, including Kevin and Peggy Ferry. His favorite players were his grandkids and great grandkids, and he cheered loudly from the bleachers at all of their marching band shows, t ball, basketball, baseball, and football games. Randy enjoyed music, liked dancing, and made several life long friends at the Lincoln Jamboree, including Phil and Donna Clem.
He will be remembered as a wonderful Christian man, husband, dad, and pappaw to not only his grands and greats but their friends as well. He'll also be remembered as a fantastic brother, uncle, and friend. In keeping with his giving spirit in life, Randy was a donor to Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates.
Funeral services will be 12 p.m. EST Tuesday, September 19, 2023 at McFarland-Troutman-Proffitt Funeral Home with entombment to follow in Highland Memory Gardens. Friends may visit on Saturday, September 16, 2023 at Caneyville Baptist Church, 525 E. Maple Street, Caneyville, KY, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. CST, and on Monday, September 18, 2023 from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. EST and Tuesday from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. at McFarland-Troutman-Proffitt Funeral Home, Mt. Washington, Memorial gifts in his memory are suggested to the Operation Smile, www.operationsmile.org or Autism Speaks, www.autismspeaks.org.