Randall Floyd

randall floyd
Randall Floyd, 77, of Danville, KY died on Friday, August 9, 2019. He was born May 11, 1942 in Stanford, KY to the late Vernon and Maxine Floyd. Randall graduated from Stanford High School and Diesel Tech Institute in Nashville, TN. He grew up helping out in his family’s business, Floyd’s Five and Dime in Stanford. He was co-owner of Floyd’s Cycles, Inc. since 1964. He was a member of, Willow Grove Baptist Church, in Danville, where he was also a deacon. Randall enjoyed cars, especially corvettas and getting together with other car enthusiasts. He enjoyed gardening and lawn work. He loved spending time with his grandchildren. Randall is survived by his wife, Rose Floyd of 56 plus years; two sons, Dennis (Patricia) Floyd of Ft. Collins, Colorado and Scott (Cristal) Floyd of Danville, KY; a brother, Ronald (Cora) Floyd of Stanford, KY; eight grandchildren, Chelsea (Andrew) Starnes, Hannah Floyd, Emily Floyd, Eli Floyd, Evin Floyd, Katie Floyd, Noah Floyd, Micah Floyd and one great-grandson, Hudson Starnes. The funeral service will be 1 pm, Monday, August 12, 2019 at Willow Grove Baptist Church in Danville. Rev. Johnny Thompson and Rev. Brad King will officiate. Burial to follow at Buffalo Springs Cemetery in Stanford. The Deacons of the church will serve as pallbearers. Visitation will be Sunday after 5 pm at Willow Grove Baptist Church in Danville. Memorial donations are suggested to Heritage Hospice Inc. Visitation: Sunday after 5 pm at Willow Grove Baptist Church in Danville. Funeral service: 1 pm, Monday, August 12, 2019 at Willow Grove Baptist Church in Danville Burial: Buffalo Springs Cemetery

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  1. It\’s with great sadness that I write this to a family we have always been great friends with for many years. I am sure he was ready and that is the main thing. The last time we saw him at Walmart he talked our legs off, he was on top of his game that day. It wasn\’t long after that is when he had problems, I am talking like days. My heart goes out to his family, all of them. I can never express my feelings for the loss your family is experiencing. I send My Deepest Sympathy to all of the many friends and family that Randall had. He was a great guy. He was the kindest and friendliest fellow you would ever want to meet. I will keep this family in my thoughts and prayers in the many difficult days ahead. May God Bless You All, especially Rose. We will see you again my friend. RIP

  2. God Bless You Rose, Scott, Dennis and all your family. We love you and are praying for you. Been praying for all of you since Randall first went into the hospital. Rose, we love you and your family and will continue to pray for all of you. May God comfort you and give you grace,peace, health and strength. Love and Prayers, Mildred and WDFB Staff

  3. Guys, I will not be at the lay out, but if you are open Monday I will be in to say or do what I feel for Randall. If not Monday then when ever you open up and I am there. To Randall: Rest in peace My Friend. Hopefully in the hereafter we will meet again.

  4. Geez guys, I do not know what to say or do on this platform. This is kinda personal. Private post! Scott, to you and Rosie. I just cannot think of what to say, just a big ol\’ tearful hug I guess. Nothing that will make it better. My apologies. Wish I could!

  5. Rose and boys, I am so very sorry for your loss. I have very fond memories of you guys and Pope Road. Keeping you in my prayers.

  6. Scott & family We were sorry to learn of the loss of your father. We recall that you were always \’family oriented\’ and enjoyed visiting your grandparents, and know you were close to your parents as well. Please know that we are thinking of you at this time. Arnold & Bess Marshall Danville KY

  7. Randall Floyd was one to dive into a problem. He was a technical guy. Very intensive. By the page when confronted by problems and he had a very unique ability to get there! He would just tech me out when talking about a common problem on some unit. Randall Floyd, I miss you and I apologize that I did not come to your lay out and your funeral. This goes out to your Family I hope. Love You Rosy and I wish you well. Scott, Do your thing and take care of yourself. I truly wish you well.

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