Randy Cameron Jarrell

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Randy Cameron Jarrell

October 02, 1950 - February 28, 2019

Randy Cameron Jarrell SPARTANBURG [ndash] Randy Jarrell passed away February 28th, 2019.
He is survived by 3 sons, Alvin, Simon, Chase, 10 grandchildren, fiancee Beth, and countless friends and family.
Randy was generous, funny, kind to those in need. He loved Milky Ways, Coke, cars, horses, and his family. Always putting others before himself, stopping to help those in need. We miss hearing you tell stories and jokes.
Services 11:30 am, Saturday, March 16, at Marsh Fork Presbyterian Church, Dry Creek.
Published on March 14, 2019
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Saturday March 16, 2019

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Marsh Fork Presbyterian Church

155 Dry Creek Rd Naoma, Wv


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Yevette (Beany) Cantley Rich
Mar 18, 2019
I am so sorry , Randy lived down below my family for years ,Us kids thought he was so cool. He was a good man. he is really going to be missed ..
Vera and Denny Zornes
Mar 16, 2019
We are so sad to loose Randy always friendly with a smile. A very good man and a friend. W e have known him for yrs Go rest with Jesus!!!
Mark Smith
Mar 15, 2019
Very old friend/cousin.
Eva Mueller
Mar 15, 2019
Randy was one of my all-time beat friends. So good to me and everyone else he ran across, whether he knew them or not. He was all about love and kindness, and I've no doubt at all heaven gained an angel when he passed. Ill always miss you Randy. RIP- til we meet again
Patsy Miller
Mar 15, 2019
Cheryl Daniel Bailey
Mar 15, 2019
I will always remember how happy Randy was at Jessie with his grandkids. Horses and family was what he was all about. RIP Randy and you can ride my mare Angel in Heaven with Mike on Dutchess. Angel was the best little horse I ever owned
Gary and Nancy Howell Sr,
Mar 14, 2019
Very Sorry to hear about Randy. R.I.P.
Linda and Roger Delp
Mar 14, 2019
We all grew up in Peachtree and we have memories of growing up and going to church right up road from the store. Randy was such a friend , helpful to anybody.... He certainly will be missed...