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August 28, 1936 – Monday, December 2, 2013

Service Information
St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Montice
Saturday, December 7th, 2013
11:00 A.M.

Visitation Information
Friday, December 6th, 2013
4-8 P.M.

Dean DeWayne Randall, age 77, of Monticello passed on Monday, December 2nd, 2013 at his residence.

He was born on August 28, 1936 in Graceville, Minnesota the son of DeWayne L. & Eleanor Norenberg Randall.

He was baptized and confirmed at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Malta Township, Minnesota.

Dean honorably served his Country in The United States Navy.

On June 26, 1969, Dean D. Randall and Lillian F. Spike were joined in holy marriage in Milbank, South Dakota.

Dean farmed near Clinton, Minnesota for several years. He later was employed in the metal finishing industry for the rest of his working years in Minnesota, Indiana and Texas. He then retired to Florida before returning back to Minnesota.

Dean enjoyed gardening, fishing and was an avid reader.

He was a member of St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Monticello. Dean also was a member of American Legion Post #260 in Monticello.

Survived by loving wife of forty five years: Lillian F. Randall; daughters: Jody Bolinger of Fort Myers, Florida and Nila Spike of Cocoa, Florida; daughter-in-law: Colleen Spike of St. Peter; four grandchildren: Bradley Bolinger, Melinda Spike, Sean Spike and Jason Spike; ten great grandchildren; a brother: Roger (Virginia) Randall of Aitkin; sisters: Eileen (Al) Elser of Gulf Shores, Alabama and DeLois (Peter) Freemark in Bloomington; other relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by his parents; DeWayne & Eleanor Randall, two sons: Pepal Spike and Brocklyn Spike, a granddaughter: Rebecca Zander, brothers: Dayton & Kenneth Randall and by a sister: DeEtta Peltier.

5 Guestbook Entries

  1. Jean N. Kandt

    My sincere sympathy. Will be unable to
    attend your funeral service as I don’t
    drive that far anymore. Your family will
    be in my prayers.

  2. Eileen and Al Elser

    So sad at the loss of my brother, and father to a special niece. He was a very good man. Unfortunately, due to health reasons we are unable to attend the services. Our hearts and prayers will be with the rest of our family. Dean will be greatly missed, but is now in a much better place. Until we meet again, Dean. Love you.

  3. Terika (Randall) Grogan

    Uncle Dean was the only Uncle I saw very much as a child. He was always kind. We loved visit Uncle Dean and Aunt Lil! He will be missed very much.

  4. stephanie lewallen  (randall)

    Being the only uncle I really knew, this is really hard to say goodbye for now, until we meet again. Love you so much and you will be truly missed by so many. My prayers go out to the whole family.

  5. Rob and Kathy Randall

    Our sympathy to your family. We enjoyed having the chance to visit with Dean a few years ago when he attended our mother, Alviera Randall’s funeral here in Ortonville. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.


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