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Randall Wayne May
April 15, 1950 ~ August 13, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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MUNCIE - Randall W May, born on April 12, 1950, in Winchester, IN, was a compassion- ate soul whose life was a testament to the pow- er of a loving heart and unwavering faith. His journey on earth, which spanned 73 years, ended on August 13, 2023, but his spirit continues to live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.
A courageous man, Randall faced life's challenges with remarkable strength and resilience, drawing inspiration from his devout faith in God. In the words of Helen Keller, "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it," a quote that perfectly encapsulates Randall's life. A dedicated family man, Randall was a pillar of support for his loved ones.
He was lovingly embraced by his devoted wife, Melody May, whom he married on September 11, 1982, and their chil- dren, Sean May and Shelby (Rod Simmons) May. His grandchildren, Chandler Tcker and Jordan Tucker, were the apples of his eye. His sister, Janet (Ed) Smithson, and his nieces and nephews will remember him as a loving and supportive uncle. He was predeceased by his father, Rex May; his mother, Melba May; and his brother, Billy May.
Randall, a retired heavy equipment mechanic was an integral part of the IMI, Irving Materials Inc., where he worked until his retirement in 2012 His professional life was marked by the same dedi- cation and kindness that characterized his personal life. In his spare time, he found joy in reading, model trains, watching sports, and traveling Route 66. 'These hobbies were a reflection of his love for life and his unending curiosity. He was truly a man who lived his life to the fullest, guided by his faith and his love for his family.
Visitations will be held on Friday, August 18. 2023, at 11:00amEDT at Wilson-Shook Funeral Homes and Cremation Center (Thornburg Memorial Chapel), 2048 North 1000 West, Parker City, Indiana, 47368. The Celebration of Life will follow at 1:00pmEDT. We invite you to come and share in the memory of Randall, a man whose life was a celebration of love, faith, and family at www. wilsonshookth.com. As we remember Randall, we encourage you to leave your memories and upload photos to the memorial page, to keep his spirit
alive in our hearts.