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Talbutt, Randall R

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January 28, 1947 - May 10, 2015

Talbutt, Randall R
Randall (Randy) Talbutt passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by family and close friends on May 10, 2015 in Humble, Texas at the age of 68.

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Randy was born on January 28, 1947 in Michigan City, Indiana to Everett and Hazel Talbutt. He graduated from Elston High School in 1965 before being drafted into the Army and serving in the Vietnam War. Randy spent several years travelling the USA and setting up events with van clubs. A few years after moving to Texas, Randy founded his chimney sweep company, a home repair company, and later, an office supply company. He enjoyed travelling locally and all over Texas with motorcycle clubs, as well as volunteering with Cub Scouts and at motorcycle-related events such as the Ride for Kids.

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In his later years, Randy was a hard-working single father that loved hosting get-togethers for friends and family. He was a selfless, caring, and thoughtful man who loved offering his help. He loved going to jam sessions at his friend’s home and was passionate about music and motorcycle rides. His friends and family remember him as a sweet and loving bright ball of sunshine, and all will miss his wonderful stories, jokes, political emails, and sense of humor.

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Randy is survived by his mother Hazel Talbutt of Leesburg, Florida; sister, Mrs. Cathy Lewis and husband David of Leesburg, Florida; daughter, Mrs. Melanie Klevickas and husband Michael of McCordsville, Indiana; daughter, Melissa Gallegos and husband Brandon of Spring, Texas; son, Ryan Talbutt of Fort Worth, Texas; and numerous nephews, nieces, and grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his father, Everett Talbutt of Michigan City, Indiana.

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Randy’s Celebration of Life memorial is scheduled for July 5, 2015. Invited friends and family are welcome to attend and celebrate Randy’s life. In lieu of flowers, please bring a food dish to the memorial, or make donations to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (supported by the Ride for Kids) at www.curethekids.org/. The family would like to thank Altus Hospice for their care and comfort during Randy’s last months.

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