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April 22, 1944 – Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Service Information
Buffalo Presbyterian Church
Saturday, July 25, 2009
2:00 PM

Visitation Information

Randall Overbaugh, age 65, of Buffalo, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 21, 2009 at Lake Ridge Care Center.

Randy is survived by his wife, Shirley, daughters, Tamara (Martin) Arne, Janine Humphrey, Foresta Olson, and Tuesday (Kent) Hanson, 7 grandchildren, Christopher, Dart, Dacia, Eric, Alexis, Nicolas and Amanda, 2 great grandchildren. 1 brother, Alan (Lois) Overbaugh, and many other relatives and friends. He is preceded in death by parents Alonzo and Geneva, sisters Maureen, Mona, and brother Wally.

Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, July 25, at 2:00 PM at Buffalo Presbyterian Church.

Visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at church.

Interment will be on Monday, July 27 at 2:00 PM in Goldfield, Iowa.

Services for Randall Overbaugh were entrusted to The Peterson Chapel Buffalo Funeral Home.

34 Guestbook Entries

  1. Duane Rixe

    My sincere sympathies to the family. I want you to know that I always enjoyed and looked forward to my business related meetings with Randy. Sincerely, Duane and crew of Golden Lyk

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  2. Ronda Gearhart

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Ronda

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  3. Tuesday Hanson

    To Randys Cargill Family,
    My Father stated on more than one occasion the close connection that he had with many of you. He confided in me that he considered many of you to be his brother or sister, son or daughter. Although he probably couldn’t tell you directly , he loved you all.
    So, for everyone in Randys’ Cargill Family whose hearts were touched by my Father, I send my sympathies to you, as we suffer his loss together.
    Randys daughter, Tuesday

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  4. LaMonica Moore

    My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Randy was a great guy with high spirits. He will be missed!!

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  5. Mark Eggers

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It was a true honor to work with Randy these past few years and have him as a friend.

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  6. Gene Kinninger

    Sincere sympathy from Karen and I. Randy & I went back to when he hired me in 1984. Always remember the dedication Randy had for cargill. Always had the highest respect for Randy. I will miss him.
    Sincerely;
    Gene Kinninger

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  7. Danyelle Gabbert

    I met Randy almost 8 months ago when I interviewed for a position with CAN. His passion for his family and the “people” he led was evident almost immediately. I feel honored to say I met & worked with someone of his integrity, who has truly impacted the lives of others.

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  8. Jim O'Brien

    It was my privilege to work with Randy in a business capacity, and my good fortune to have him as a friend.

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  9. Doug Fjelland

    My deepest sympathy to all of Randy’s family. I had the privilege of working with Randy for many years at Cargill and considered him a great
    manager and a dear friend. I am so sorry I will not be able to attend the service to help you celebrate his life and say good-bye. Randy was a fantastic person and he will be missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    Sincerely,
    Doug Fjelland

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  10. Mark Hulsebus

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I had the pleasure to work with Randy at Cargill over the past decade and can say that I always enjoyed my time with him. He will be missed.

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  11. Ken & Carrie Shestak

    It was a pleasure knowing Randy when he started with cargill in Wi. He had passion to work with people & a big heart to go with it. Our sympathy, Ken & Carrie

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  12. Allen W pudenz

    Randy will be my prayers he always had a great smile and always knew you he was just a great member of the Cargill TEAM Al Pudenz

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  13. Mike Craig

    Randy was a very special team member and friend to many of us at Cargill. He will be greatly missed. Our prayers and thoughts go out to his family.

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  14. Lori Robinson

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of loss.

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  15. Pete Brandt

    I knew Randy for over 26 years as a supplier, co-worker, supervisor, but most of all as a friend. He always lived the values that so many try to. We are celebrating his life and mourning his passing. Sincerely, Pete Brandt

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  16. Bill Lewis

    Randy was an inspiration. A true role-model in doing the right thing for the people he led.

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  17. Steve Burghardi

    Every time I worked with Randy, he made me laugh out loud. He was a wonderful person and colleague that I will dearly miss. My deepest sympathy for your loss.

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  18. Mark Engstrom

    As a friend, mentor, coworker, and customer for 25 years, Randy was toughest as a customer! Lessons learned: love and appreciate your family, laugh and live hard, tell a good story, and laugh again. Favorite memory: one year on the Cargill Sales Meeting Committee the marketing firm suggested a REALLY BIG NAME for the 1992 meeting. Their recommendation: Henny Youngman! Randy and I laughed until we cried. I will never forget Randy.

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  19. Justin Jacob

    My deepest sympathy goes out to Randy’s family. Randy was a great mentor for me in my previous career with Cargill and I looked up to him.

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  20. Roy A. Johnson

    I had the pleasure of working with Randy for most of my 16 years hear at Cargill. His vision and passion for the business were a gift that he shared with all of us. He will be deeply missed as both a friend and a valued team member.

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  21. Bob Scherer

    Randy had a passion for life. He lived that passion in is love for Cargill and doing what was right, every time. He will be missed!

    bob

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  22. Bruce Meier

    I had the pleasure to work with Randy for 4 years, really enjoyed the times we could spend together. Randy will be truly missed with his high spirit and passion for success. My deepest sympathies to Randy’s family and friends, we have lost someone great!

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  23. Blaine Blackburn

    Our hearts are heavy, but our spirits are high. This is one of the lessons that Randy taught me over the past several years. Randy always had a great passion for whatever he was doing, and he always had a way of bringing a room to life when he entered. We will miss the “Big O”, but he will be always remembered and revered!

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  24. Sheldon and Sharon Fertig

    Our deepest sympathy goes out to you. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

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  25. Dwight Kickhafer

    My deepest sympathy for the loss of a wonderful man. Initially as a co-worker and more recently as a customer, working with Randy was a rewarding experience. I looked forward to my visits with Randy because I always knew there would be a laugh to share and I’d leave with a smile on my face. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

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  26. Tammy Whyte

    My deapest sympathy to the family. I had the pleasure of getting to know Randy threw working with Cargill and he was a great person. He will greatly missed!

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  27. tammy whyte

    my deepest sympathy to the family. Randy will be greatly missed.

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  28. Greg & Cindy Docter

    I enjoyed working with Randy very much. Even though I did not get to report to him very long, he was always very thoughful and helpful to me. I will always remember his wit and humor. Your family will be in our prayers.

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  29. Tammy Whyte

    my deepest sympathy to the family. Randy will be greatly missed.

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  30. Janel Rush

    Randy was very inspirational to me. He was always very excited about all the oppurtunities with-in Cargill & believed in everyone on his team. It was a pleasure working with Randy. My thoughts and prayers go out to all.

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  31. Shannon Juhnke

    Randy was the best boss I think I ever could have hoped for as an intern. He was nothing short of an inspiration to me, and he will be dearly missed.

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  32. Brent Robinson

    I am sorry for your great loss

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  33. John Wallace

    I have lost a real friend in Randy. His eternal optimism always kept me going when I really didn’t want to. His sense of humor made all of us laugh. His compassion and his passion made all of us pony up when we might not have wanted to. I am truly heartbroken to be without him. I feel like I have been robbed of a real friend. To the family…I know you know you have been blessed by sharing your lives with Randy, but know this – that others that came in contact with him throughout his life feel the same way. I’m sure it is not the same as if we were family, but for me…I really felt that Randy was family. I’ll really miss him!

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  34. Sand Cherryy

    To the Family of Randy, Randy was a man who treated me as if I were part of his Family. He was kind and thoughtful in all dealings with me and my Family. He was there for me in many good times and in the toughest times in my life. The Overbaugh family opened their doors and their hearts to me giving me a family and support when I felt completely alone. They helped me get my life back on track and provided love and shelter for me and my son,Daniel.Most of the good times in my early adolescence through my twenties involved the Overbaugh family. I was best friends with Tuesday their youngest family member and I cherish all the memories and kindnesse this family has shown me. Thank you Randy, for being the man you were and for providing the influences on my life that you gave…Thank you to Randy and to his Family for All. Love always Sandy Cherry (Underberg)

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