Randall Hal Roane

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January 13, 1971 ~ September 6, 2018

Randall Hal Roane, 47, passed away on Thursday, September 6, 2018. Randall was born January 13, 1971, to Randall Arden Roane and Evelyn "Terry" Farr Roane in Ogden, Utah. He grew up in South Ogden, in the Uintah Highlands. He graduated from Bonneville High School. Randall was a motorcycle and Vintage car enthusiast. He won multiple awards for his 1948 Ford Coupe.

Randall was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Residing in the Joshua Ward in Burleson, Texas.

As a youth, he was active and involved in church and scouting activities.

He was a man of integrity and had a strong moral compass. He was the picture of kindness, being gentle and modest. He served others on a daily basis and found great joy in being generous with his time, talents and funds. He was gifted, being mechanically inclined and was able to make, build or fix anything. He was an Alcon employee for many years where he found a warm work family.

He was a huge "Saints" fan in the "Cowboys" country.

He lived for his family especially his grandchildren, whom he cherished. His relationship with his wife, Pat, was tender, sweet and he adored her beyond measure.

He was loved dearly by his family, his extended family and all who knew him.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia Briggs Roane; daughters: Rachel Roane (Johnny); step-daughter, Mandy Lay; step-son, Jimmy Lay (Liz); grandchildren: Taryn Lay and Grayson Lay; his parents, Randall Roane (Norma) and Evelyn "Terry" Farr Roane. His siblings: Todd (Julene) Roane, Duke, (Jan) Roane, Cary (Donna) Roane, Camille (Richard) Palmer, Jon (Rebecca) Roane, Matt (Angie) Roane, Allison Avila (Eduardo), Aaron (Susan) Roane; Uncles: Aaron (Valanne) Farr, Hal (Paula) Farr, Carl (Mary) Spicher; aunt: Diane Farr Carruth; many cousins, nieces and nephews and extended family and their beloved Sheltie, Abby. He was proceeded in death by his grandparents, Aaron and Edith Farr, Alice Cox and Jack Roane; and his aunt, Karen Keller.

A memorial service was given in his honor on September 15, 2018, at Lucas and Blessing Funeral Home in Burleson, Texas.

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