First of all, we thank GOD for allowing us to have had Randy in our lives. We sincerely appreciate each and every one of you for your comforting words, your prayers and all of your thoughtful deeds shown to us during the loss of our dear loved one. This is a very difficult time for us as we try to get some kind of understanding.
We would like to thank and recognize each individual who helped us in any way but there are too many to list and we don’t want to leave anyone out.
We want to thank the following for their kindness and care shown to us: A special thank you to our family members who were at our side tirelessly. You are all loved and very much appreciated. Thank you to everyone who prepared and brought food, your calls of concern, and those who sent beautiful flowers and your cards of sympathy. Thank you to the ones who traveled miles to be with us. Thank you to those who took time to spend with us and continued to check on us.
We want to thank Rev. Bo Parris and Rev. Greg Morgan for your comforting words, prayers and visit with us in our home. Thank you to the Rock Springs Church for the use of their church and fellowship hall. Thank you to the Longhouse Funeral Home for your kindness, comforting words and professionalism.
Thank you to the Cherokee Police Department for the escort. A big thank you to the Wolftown Free Labor for their hard work in preparing the grave. Thank you to all of the singers who sang their beautiful songs. Thank you to Family Services for your assistance. A special thank you to all of the employees and friends at Cherokee Bingo. His bingo family gave him hope. You meant so much to him.
We extend a special thank you to the Pall Bearers who did not hesitate to carry Randy to his resting place: Stan, Beau, Max, Bumper, Goon, Greg and Chino. Each of you he considered a friend and you meant so much to him.
All of you have been a blessing to us. We are humbled by your love and support. You will always be in our hearts. Please continue to keep us in your thoughts and prayers.
God Bless You All,
The family of Randy Oocumma