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Bassel Lewis Randolph, Jr.
December 31, 1953 ~ July 29, 2022 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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Bassel Lewis Randolph, Jr. was born December 31, 1953 to Bassel Randolph, Sr. and Christine Randolph. He departed this life on Friday, July 29, 2022. He attended #144 Elementary School and Duncan U. Fletcher Sr. High.
Bassel and Frederica knew each other for over 50 years and were happily married for 44 years. He worked as a Banquet manager at TPC, Sawgrass Country Club, The Lodge and Bath Club, Amelia Island and Selvia Marina Country Club. Bassel trained many young men and women in the industry. Some later opened their own establishments and restaurants. He attended several banquet and hotel/motel management workshops.
Bassel enjoyed catering at work and entertaining family and friends at home. He was a proud dad and granddad. Bassel always stressed to his children to have a plan A, B and C to successfully move forward in life. He had a kind-calm spirit with a hilarious dry sense of humor. Bassel will be greatly missed by his devoted wife, family and friends.
Bassel leaves to cherish his memory, his loving and devoted wife, Frederica Law Randolph; children, Paige Renee Randolph and Reginald Kyle Randolph; grandchildren, Nevaeh Kelis Davis and Braxton Kyle Randolph; godson, Haywood Freeman, II; siblings, Tony Randolph (Marsha) (special thanks for their loving care), Welford Randolph (Merisa), Gail Randolph Davis and Lewis Alvin Donaldson; special thanks to his brother-in-law, Lester Law; faithful friend, Richard Michael Brown; special thanks to, Earnestine Lodge Rackley and Joyce Freeman; in-laws, Denise and Columbus Davis, Frederick and Selina Law and Beverly and Tony Williams; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many sorrowing friends.
Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home Northside is serving the Family.