February 14, 1943 - July 5, 2020
Bobby G. Randolph, Age 77, Of Crossville, Tennessee, Passed Away On Sunday, July 5, 2020, At His Home. He Was Born On February 14, 1943, In Monterey, Tennessee, To The Late James And Ruth Beene Randolph. Bobby's First Job Was With The Monterey Shirt Factory Making Boxes. He Was The Youngest J.P. In Monterey At The Age Of 21. He Began His Career In The Utility Industry With A Five-Year Apprenticeship As A Lineman. He Then Became A Service Man For Volunteer Energy Cooperative (VEC) And Held This Position For Two Years. He Left VEC To Become A Safety Director For The Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association (TECA) Providing Safety Classes For Utilities Across The State. Over The Next Two Years, Bobby Worked For The American Public Power Association. He Returned To VEC In 1977 Serving As District Manager For The Monterey Service Center. In 1980, He Was Promoted To The Crossville Area Manager And Has Held This Position For The Last 40 Years. Bobby Was Very Active In The Community And Served In The Following Ways: Presently Serving As Chairman Of The Volunteer Behavioral Health Care Systems, Presently Serving As Chairman Of The Cumberland County Housing Authority, Presently Serving On The Board Of One Bank Of Tennessee Since 1987, Presently Serving On The Joint Economic Development Board, Served On The Cumberland County Industrial Board, Served As Vice Chairman Of The Cumberland County Chamber Of Commerce, Served As Mayor Of Monterey For Two Terms, Served As Cumberland County Commissioner For Two Terms And Served As Putnam County Commissioner For One Term. Bobby Enjoyed Playing Golf, Swimming And Traveling. He Was Of The Methodist Faith And Was A Stout Democrat But Would Support A Republican From Time To Time. Two Of His Favorite Sayings Were, "Don't Worry About The Mule, Load The Wagon," And "Love You Like A Brother." Bobby Possessed A Passion For Providing Excellent Service To His Members And To Assisting In The Communities He Served. He Will Be Greatly Missed By All Who Knew Him. He Was Survived By His Wife, Sue Kim Randolph Of Crossville, TN; Son And Daughter-In-Law, Jerry And Rachael Randolph Of Crossville, TN; Stepson, Sai Cope Of Crossville, TN; 5 Grandchildren, Ashley Randolph And Fiancé, Charles Jamison, Macey (Zach) Dilldine, Taylor Randolph (Jamie), Hunter (Hanah) Randolph, And John Looney; 1 Great Granddaughter, Lily Dilldine; 2 Sisters And A Brother-In-Law, Molly And Dale Myers Of Monterey, TN, Jimmie Mae Brass Of Crossville, TN; Brother, Clay Randolph Of Rickman, TN; Sister-In-Law, Delma Randolph Of Monterey, TN; And A Host Of Nieces And Nephews, Cousins, Friends, And His Sunday Morning Golf Group. In Addition To His Parents, He Was Preceded In Death By His Son, Rodney Randolph; Great Grandson, Grayson Lee Randolph; Brothers And Sisters, James Walter Randolph, Deane Thompson, Helen Randolph, Bill Randolph, Cleve Eugene Randolph, Sam Ray Randolph, Jimmy Frank Randolph, And Beverly Lee Randolph. His Wishes Of Cremation With Private Services Are Being Honored. In Lieu Of Flowers, The Family Requested Memorial Donations Be Given In His Memory To www.vbhcs.org/.donate/ Arrangements And Care Provided By D.M. Goff Funeral Home, Inc., 205 East Cleveland Avenue, Monterey, Tennessee 38574, Phone 931.839.2311.
Bobby G. Randolph, Age 77, Of Crossville, Tennessee, Passed Away On Sunday, July 5, 2020, At His Home. He Was Born On February 14, 1943, In Monterey, Tennessee, To The Late James And Ruth Beene Randolph. Bobby's First Job Was With The Monterey... View Obituary & Service Information
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