Let the memory of Randall be with us forever
  • 60 years old
  • Born on April 20, 1952 .
  • Passed away on February 24, 2013 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Randall Blalock, 60, born on April 20, 1952 and passed away on February 24, 2013. 

Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, Nephew, Cousin, Friend, Veteran, Golf Buddy, "The Plethora", Counselor, Numbers Man, "Big Dawg", 49ers Fan, The Boss Man, Business Owner & Entrepreneur. 

We will remember him forever.

Services Information/Update From The Family:          (Revised 4/6/13)
Living in both NJ & FL, dad has touched many lives.  Friends & family in the FL area held a rememberance gathering for those who would not able to attend up north.  It was held on Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 7pm at the Environ Cultural Center, 3800 Environ Blvd, Lauderhill, FL  33319. 

It was his wish to have a Veteran's service. His Veteran's Rememberance Service was held on Friday, April 5, 2013 at the Washington's Crossing National Cemetary, 830 Highland Road, Newtown, PA 18940.  MIlitary honors and flag presentation were given. A reception followed with friends & family joining us to share photos & stories.

In lieu of flowers...
To give a charity gift in his memory, he was a supporter of:
Operation Christmas Child
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
60112 NW 9 Court
Margate, FL 33063

Feed The Children
PO Box 36
Oklahoma City, OK 73101

Mom & I are in NJ with David & Renee. We appreciate the love and support from everyone.  We put together this website so everyone can participate.   Please feel free to add your photos & stories.  Share this site with anyone we may have missed.


Posted by Kortney Price on 13th February 2018
So today, another loved one is joining you in the Heavens, Randall. My boss from the company I went to after RHB just passed away from Cancer last night. Please welcome Michael Morgan with open arms into the kingdom of heaven. I know you will enjoy his company up there. He's quite witty like you. I miss you terribly and wonder if everything I do every day in this industry would be right. Thank you for still being in my soul. I love you.
Posted by David Blalock on 27th February 2017
Dad, To this day I think about choices I make. If you would approve or not. I still make mistakes. Even now I am a work in progress. I will continue to to try be the man you saw in me and strive to be the man I saw in you. Your son, David
Posted by Debra Blalock on 17th January 2017
Hi Sweetie, Still a part of my everyday life. Thank you for the precious memories that keep you in our hearts with joy. I thank God for our children who more and more show wonderful traits of you. Love you forever. Deb
Posted by Barry DiDonato on 24th February 2016
I still miss the Big Dog...3 years later. He was knowledgeable, funny, friendly, inspirational, and motivational. He was the only friend that I had that would call me on the telephone almost weekly just to see how I'm doing.
Posted by Len Dozois on 20th February 2015
RIP fellow Defender. We worked together daily at RAFB. We didn't always see eye to eye, but we always had each others back. See you at the next Guard Mount.
Posted by Kortney Rider on 28th August 2014
I miss you so much Randall. I just want to leave a little note to let you know I am thinking of you. This past year and a half has been so hard without you by my side everyday in this office. But you have put a few angels by my side to keep me going so I thank you for that. I love you and miss you beyond words can express..."Please and Thank you"
Posted by Frederick Gibiser on 20th April 2013
Debra, David, Jennifer: We are so sad to hear of Randy's passing. We will always remember the good & happy times we shared, like in Conn. and just recently in Destin. You are in our thoughts prayers during this difficult time. Carol & Fred Gibiser Merry Maids of Allentown, Pa
Posted by Audrey Rehnert on 19th April 2013
Debbie, Jen and David...I am so sorry for your loss. Randy was an inspiration to me. He lended me his business expertise when I really needed it. We will all miss him. I will pray for him and you as well. Sincerely, Audrey Rehnert Merry Maids Owner in Bethlehem PA
Posted by Tina Bilger on 25th March 2013
Please accept this song as a tribute to a wonderful man that will be deeply missed. http://youtu.be/w_DKWlrA24k
Posted by Kristy Sugg on 25th March 2013
Debbie Jennifer and David, My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Know that it is your memories of the fun and loving times that will be able to keep him with you forever. All my love to you all.
Posted by Annette LeBlanc on 21st March 2013
Dear Jen, David and Debbie I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. When I think about Randy I think about him and Don and all the times at church. He will be missed but he is there playing ball with Don. My prayers are with your family. Annette and Brad
Posted by Kim Cole on 20th March 2013
Debby, Jennifer and David, I will always remember the basketball playing at BYF with Uncle Don, the Philly Phanatics and his great sense of humor. He will surely be missed!
Posted by Liz Wood on 5th March 2013
Dear Debby, David, and Jennifer: We could not believe the news when we heard, so I cannot fathom how it affected all of you. Randy's big heart, big laugh, big smile will be terribly missed. The photo on the boat brought back so many happy memories of times at the shore. Eternal rest grant unto him. Love, Liz Rich, Katie, and Ricky Wood
Posted by Vicki Owens on 5th March 2013
Dear Debby, I am saddened to hear about the loss of Randy. I can only imagine the grief of losing your best friend and life partner. i wish you peace in the coming days. You and your children are and will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Your cousin, Vicki.
Posted by Kenneth Palmisano on 5th March 2013
Dear Debby, David, Renee and Jennifer; Words cannot express my heartfelt sorrow and loss. Randy was a wonderful man, mentor and friend. He taught me much about business and life, lessons that I will carry with me throughout my life. My thoughts and prayers are with you in this terribly difficult time. With deepest sympthy and love, Ken Palmisano
Posted by Erik Goodwin on 5th March 2013
This has been such a shock, with the way it has hit me, I can only imagine the pain to those closest. I will truly miss his friendship, he was one of the people I respected most, that I have met in my life. Honest, caring, a real true friend. This is the one time, I really wish he had been late to his arrival. My condolences to all.

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