Randle Gene Money passed away Saturday (March 12, 2022) at Riverside Methodist Hospital, with his family by his side, due to a massive stroke.
He was born November 12, 1946 in Dayton, son of the late Alex and Inex (Frost) Money.
In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his oldest son Mike Money; his best friend Bill Thompson; and his horseback riding buddies, Billy Stanley, Bob Mathers and Jack Preece.
Randle worked in the Coal mines, NCR, Fairmont Homes and was later the owner /operator of Eastern Ohio Mobile Home Services, he then worked for Skyline Homes in Sugarcreek, where he began as an on road serviceman, was promoted to quality control, and later retired as Plant Manager in 2013.
Left behind to cherish his memory is his wife Maggie (McHenry) Money whom he married March 3, 1989; brother Denny (Nancy) Money; sister Brenda (Richard) Marston; daughter Danielle “Dani” Sheppard; sons, Brian (Krystal) Money and Tom (Becca) Earley III; grandchildren, Miranda Schafer, Brittany, Christian, Kathryn & Kash Money, Chase and Mikayla Money, Kendal, Braedyn and Kynidee Earley, and Aubree Carter; great grandchildren, Millie, Grayson,Natalie, Kingsley, Hudson, Emmy and Nirvana; a very special family friend Carolyn Stanley; in-laws, Gary and Rose Buckner, Annie Calvert, Barb Hudson, Roy Hardy and Harry McHenry; special niece Jessica Hardy; numerous nieces, nephews and friends that he dearly loved.
Randle was a wonderful and kind caring man who always had a smile on his face. He also liked to pass out hugs whether you wanted one or not. He was a people person who never met a stranger. If you were lucky enough to run into him you were probably held up for a while listening to his stories and his jokes.
He was proud to be a past volunteer for the Guernsey County Search and Rescue Team with his son Brian and his horses Jake and Lady.
Randle was a 32nd degree Mason. He was a member of Old Cambridge Baptist Church where he served as trustee for many years. He loved all his friends at the Guernsey County Senior Center where he enjoyed eating and playing bingo. Most important in his life was his baptism in 1995 where he gave his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. We can find comfort in knowing he is in Heaven.
Visitation will be Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Black-Epperson Funeral Home, Byesville where services will be at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Craig Murray officiating. Burial to follow in Center Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Guernsey County Senior Center, 1022 Carlisle Ave., Cambridge, Ohio 43725.
Expressions of sympathy may be extended to the family at www.black-eppersonfuneralhomes.com