Obituary: Douglas H. Randolph
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 21 Jan 2010, B21

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March 16, 1957 - January 8, 2010. Douglas "Boots" H. Randolph, age 52, Waite Park, MN died Friday, January 8, 2010 at his home. Burial will be in North Star Cemetery, St. Cloud, MN. Doug was born March 16, 1957 in Highland Park, IL to Fred and Helen (Root) Randolph. Doug Married Brenda Voigt on May 23, 1981 in St. Augusta, MN. They later divorced. Doug married Stephanie Hyatt Pentz on July 8, 2000 in Lutsen, MN. Survivors include his wife, Stephanie Randolph of Waite Park, MN; son, Jackson Randolph of Waite Park, MN; daughters, Katie Randolph of St. Cloud, MN; Shannan Randolph of St. Paul, MN; stepsons, Isaac Pentz of Waite Park, MN; Charlie Pentz of Waite Park, MN; brother, Bruce Randolph of Las Vegas, NV; Mark (Claudia) Randolph of Aurora, IL; Brett Randolph of Chicago, IL; Bryan (JoEllen) Randolph of DePere, WI; sister, Laura Randolph of Schaumburg, IL; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and daughter, Meggan Randolph on April 3, 1991. Honorary pallbearers will be Bruce Randolph, Mark Randolph, Brett Randolph, Brian Randolph, Isaac Pentz and Charlie Pentz.

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Obituary: Douglas H. Randolph

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