Randall's Story

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Randall Lee Thomas was born Dec. 29, 1954 in Huntington Beach, Calif., to Tutt and Elsie Foster.
Randy became a beautiful blessing to his Uncle George and Aunt Juanita Thomas thru adoption. Randy had a fantastic childhood being George and Juanita's only child. He spent time with his biological siblings Roger Foster, Garry Foster, Janelle Foster Moore, Kim Foster Graham, Jo Don Foster and Brenda Foster. Later in life he met his half sister Rita. Randy has a lot of nephews and nieces, cousins, aunts, uncles, brother-in-laws and sister-in-laws and many friends. He loved his son Chad and his daughter Paige. He also loved his wife Tamara, "Pooky" of 33 years. He is papa Thomas to his grandson Isaac Thomas. Randy had a huge accountability in life because Isaac thinks grandpa Thomas hung the moon.
He had a special relationship with his daughter. They joked about movie lines and talked about music together. Pink Floyd was a favorite for them.
They went to the tribute concert together. He knew every band member to the originals. He enjoyed racing, going to NASCAR with friends and announcing at Will Rogers Race Way. Hotdogs with Issac, he loved his papa Thomas. He was the youngest of his brother and sisters.
Randy had a long career with American Airlines and is thankful and proud of his career. Claremore Soccer fans, Will Rogers Race Way Fans and Port City Raceway Fans have all been blessed knowing Randy. He brought blessings to his Sunday School Classes he taught early in his life. Indian pow wows are a must to Randy, he is proud of his Indian culture. Randy knows all his blessings in life is because God in Heaven gave this to him and no one could ever take Randy's salvation from him. He would sit and read his Bible in his lazy boy recliner. Sitting in his chair he had the beautiful view of his land. Randy loved music, history and the way the planets worked.
Randy reunites in Heaven with his family and friends and I"m sure Heaven is a bit louder because Randy brought laughter every where he went.
Published on August 6, 2016
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