A visitation for Randy Page, 54, of Lu Verne, will be held Saturday, September 8, 2018, from 11 to 1 PM at Oakcrest Funeral Services of Lu Verne. From 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, there will be a Biker Farewell for Randy at his home at 202 Hanna Avenue in Lu Verne.
Randy Merle Page was born October 15, 1963, in California, son of Wayne E. and Janis K. (Rupe) Page. He grew up in the Muscatine area.
Randy was married to Linda (Humbert) Brock on August 17, 2013. They made their home in Lu Verne. Randy worked for two years at Brand FX in Pocahontas and has been working for Hagie Manufacturing Company in Clarion since 2014. Randy was a true Harley Davidson biker! He was a hard worker and he loved to ride and have a beer.
Randy M. Page died Monday, August 27, 2018, at the age of 54.
He is survived by his wife Linda of Lu Verne; a step-son, Justin Rupe of Fort Dodge; his mother-in-law, Kathy (Chuck) Rose, of Morro Bay, CA; a sister, Judy Herlein of Davenport; three brothers, Rick Page, Jerry Page, and Bosco Page; and a sister-in-law, Denise (Pete Conine) Dove. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Randy, I am so mad that you are gone. Since you came back into my life I was getting very close to you in our bond. I miss you and your calls and texts. I will never forget the wonderful person you had become. You made me smile all the time. I treasure all the time we had together when you came to Missouri. I am so proud of you cuz and talk about you and brag about how awesome you were. You were blessed with a great wifey, that I know without a doubt was the love of his life. I want to thank Linda for making him happy the past 5 years. + some. I love you Cuz, go fly with the angels.
To Randy's family and friends. I'm so sorry for our loss. To Linda. Thankyou for showing Randy what love and life truly is. I regret that it didn't it didn't last forever. To Randy. Thankyou for the honor of crossing my path in life. You will live on in my and all of our hearts and memories forever.
Randy, still can't believe you're gone and I'm having such a hard time accepting it but I know you are in a better place, probably riding and enjoying a great weather.
I have only known Randy for 6 years but we had great time working together. We have worked side by side and shared a lot of jokes. He always had a smile on his face and had such great ideas. He was always there for me and always checking up on me. Every day I walk by his desk and can always expect a joke or two that would keep me laughing for a while.
I miss you already and will cherish those memories. Linda, you are his one true love and he always told me how much he loves you so much.
Brother loosing you is so painful you were such a caring and giving person you will be missed deepy by your family and friends you were so full of life love you brother doesnt make it any easier but i know you are in heaven with dad mom and brother tony rest in peace till i see u again someday love you brother your sister judy
Trailer park you are one of my only true friends and I will truly miss you and the times we had. Till we meet again I love you friend!!!
I have many memories if Randy! Always had that smile and a heart of gold. Forever in our hearts. Linda you were his forever love, gods blessing ride on
Randy was a wonderful guy. He always knew how to make us laugh. He could always turn a bad situation into something good. He was loved by so many. And he will be missed. Love you brother.
Randy was a great friend, he always knew how to make us laugh. He always knew how to turn a bad situation into a good one. He is loved and will be missed by many.
Randy was such a great co-worker. He always had a story or a joke to tell us, sometimes more then once! He was always willing to lend a hand or help anyone anyway he could. He was just a fun guy all in all. So sorry for his family's loss. He is already missed by many of us.
Randy and I had a lot in common even though we came from different walks of life. Both have love for our Labradors and dogs in general and both have a Whytnie Payge in our lives. spelled differently although brought up great conversations. His ornery grin and filthy humor was much appreciated by myself and a handful of others, Randy knew who to tell what jokes... His horse power talks were way over my head but I would listen regardless because I knew the conversations would soon enter a subject that was my in realm.
Randy has always been passionate about his work and has always pushed other members towards the goal. He has always greeted with a smile while walking by his desk and told stories about the things he was passionate about outside of work. He will be greatly missed. May his soul rest in peace. My prayers to his family. - Keerthi.
Randy will greatly missed here at HAGIE. I knew Randy as a very passionate person who deeply cared for the work he was doing. I also knew of several times that Randy had compassion for several coworkers and others. He would sometimes go out of his way to assist or help others and never asked for anything in return. My prayers go out to his family. Richard
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