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Georgia May Randall
May 15, 1933 ~ November 26, 2023 (age 90) 90 Years Old
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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Georgia May Randall, a beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, who left this world peacefully at the age of 90 surrounded by family.
Georgia May Randall was born on May 15, 1933, in Oswego, IL to John and Emma Unwin. She grew up in Aurora, IL and lived a life filled with love, warmth, and unwavering kindness. As a young woman, she graduated from East Aurora High School and went on to work for American Airlines. She moved to Geneva, IL in 1957 and started a family. She became a member of the Fox Valley Presbyterian church in 1959 and volunteered with Fox Valley Hospice for more than 30 years.
Georgia May Randall married the love of her life, Roy R. Randall, on May 7, 1955. Together, they built a life based on love, commitment, and shared values. Their journey was blessed with three children, who were the pride and joy of their lives.
Family was at the center of Georgia May Randall's world, and her nurturing spirit touched the lives of everyone she encountered. Her home was a haven of love, where relatives and friends always felt welcomed. She was known for her warm hugs, kind spirit, and Oreo cookie tin which brought the family together for countless memorable gatherings.
Georgia May Randall had a passion for gardening, reading, and an active church member focused on providing hospice and grief counseling services. Whether it was gardening, reading, or worship, she approached life with a sense of hope and peace. Her kindness and ability to truly listen of others echoed through the years, creating a tapestry of cherished memories that will forever live on in the hearts of those who knew her. Her legacy is not only in the family she leaves behind but also in the lessons of love, kindness, and compassion that she instilled in everyone she interacted with.
She is survived by her three children, Jeffrey (Karen), Scott (Monica), and Benjamin (Kathy), her six grandchildren, Joy (Ben), Jody (Jeff), Amie (Malcom), Benjamin, Alex, and Kelby, and her five great-grandchildren, Blake, Nora, Kellan, Weston, and Luca. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Roy R. Randall.
A viewing of Georgia May Randall and visitation with the family will be held Wednesday November 29th at Malone Funeral Home in Geneva, IL from 4 – 8 P.M. A celebration of life service will be held on Thursday November 30th at Fox Valley Presbyterian Church in Geneva, IL at 11:00 A.M. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made to Fox Valley Hands of Hope, 200 Whitfield Dr., Geneva, IL 60134 or at https://www.fvhh.net for grief counseling, a cause that was dear to her heart.
May Georgia May Randall rest in eternal peace, surrounded by the love of those who went before her, and may her memory be a blessing to all who had the privilege of knowing her.