White Settlement~ Randy McGuire, 56, went to be with our Lord Thursday, April 23, 2020 in White Settlement.
Graveside is 4:00 p.m. Saturday, April 25, 2020 in Paradise Cemetery. Service will be streamed via Facebook Live on Randy's Facebook page.
Rev. Donny D. Williams, Jr. will officiate. Pallbearers include Collier Albright, Jeremiah Montoya, Chris Pritchard, Rive Macedo, Dave Freeman and Darrell Perkins.
Randy was born on December 13, 1963 to Raymond Gerald and Mary Frances (Alford) McGuire. He worked as a service manager in the automotive industry, and was a member of the High Ridge Church in Fort Worth. Randy’s family will remember him the most for his zest in celebrating life, love of the color blue and his very favorite was to annually attend the Mardi Gras celebration. His hobbies were playing the drums and singing karaoke. Randy was a beloved brother, uncle, cousin, and friend.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and many extended family members.
Those left behind to cherish his memory are his brother, Raymond Gerald McGuire II and wife Michelle of Keller; his niecester, Rebecca Gilliland and husband Wes of Justin; his niece, Rachael Chamorro of Decatur; his nephews, Ron Lane and wife Jennifer of Ponder, Donny Williams and wife Lisa of Grand Prairie, Nick Shields and wife Shelee of Crossroads, and Brandon Chapman and wife Virginia from Sacramento, California; his BBFF, Lori Wilkerson of Fort Worth; his aunts, Sherri Randall of Crowley, Carol Fine of Burleson, and Betty Rein of Slidell, Louisiana; his cousins, Jon Clayton Alford, and Shana Alford Rasmussen both of Burleson, Cheryl Nagle Kees Clendenon of Florida, James Troy (Bubba) Alford of Burleson, Tanya Davidson and husband Brett of New Orleans, Robby Schultz and wife Jeanie of Folsom, Steve McGuire and wife Kelly of Fort Worth, and Matthew McGuire and wife Janet of Wichita Falls; numerous great nieces and nephews, and a host of friends.
The family is planning a crawfish boil later this year in Randy's honor.
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