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Randall Everett Dolly
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Randall E. Dolly Randall Everett Dolly, 62, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Sunday, September 12, 2010 in his home. Mr. Dolly was born in 1947 in Paw Paw, West Virginia, the son of the late Earl Everett and Evelyn Louise Dolly. He was a retired Truck Driver and a Veteran having served in the United …
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David left a message on January 30, 2013:
Randy was always a blessing and joy to be around. He could always make you smile. He was like family. He will be truly missed..Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. We love you.
Stoney left a message on January 30, 2013:
Randy, sure do miss you. I had some great times with you and your family. We did some great salt water fishing. Sometimes just you and me and sometimes with family and friends and sometimes you, Pete Wadsworth and me. Never a dull moment when we were together with you. Those were the "good old days"!!!!!! We had some great times with the "Woodman of the World" also. "Time" seems to change everything. We Love You. I was at the cemetery today to visit with You & Julie, my Dad, relatives and friends. I miss seeing you at the Packing House. You was always coming by to visit, bring breakfast, lunch or something. You always tried to help people out and take them to doctors appointments, to get groceries or whatever. I know you always helped with the VFW at funeral ceremonies. You always took good care of your family. You were such a good friend and an asset to this world. God got a good man. We Love You, Enjoy your mansion in heaven.
David and Dean Haines left a message on September 14, 2010:
Randy was always a blessing and joy to be around. He could always make you smile. He was like family. He will be truly missed..Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. We love you.
Stoney Crosen left a message on October 9, 2010:
Randy, sure do miss you. I had some great times with you and your family. We did some great salt water fishing. Sometimes just you and me and sometimes with family and friends and sometimes you, Pete Wadsworth and me. Never a dull moment when we were together with you. Those were the "good old days"!!!!!! We had some great times with the "Woodman of the World" also. "Time" seems to change everything. We Love You. I was at the cemetery today to visit with You & Julie, my Dad, relatives and friends. I miss seeing you at the Packing House. You was always coming by to visit, bring breakfast, lunch or something. You always tried to help people out and take them to doctors appointments, to get groceries or whatever. I know you always helped with the VFW at funeral ceremonies. You always took good care of your family. You were such a good friend and an asset to this world. God got a good man. We Love You, Enjoy your mansion in heaven.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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