Randall will be missed for sure! I have many fond memories of trips and visits. We enjoyed movies and Broadway together. We even spent an evening creating Beatles puns while grocery shopping. His infectious and boisterous laugh will never be forgotten.
I knew Randall in the early years of his ministry. I remember his work as a whitefaced mime, and many years of performance, dance, and ministry especially at CFO and in Israel. He will be missed, but his work lives on.
My name is Sue Squires and I live on West Avenue in Medina. I am going to miss Randall and his inspirational spirit. He was the most steadfast Christian I have met. He would occasionally attend the church I do and his voice when he spoke and sang was just incredible. I will miss his flags flying, his beautiful garden and his humanity as he would set up a table and put the produce on it with a sign that said free. I am saddened that I will never see him ride his bike with his flag waving behind him. I know he is with our Lord and Savior and has more joy now that he can imagine. I will always remember him...
Randall was really important to me. He taught me to dance when I had spent most of my life barely able to walk. I consider him my "dance dad."
We were happy to have an opportunity to go out to Medina this may and take him to see Niagara right before his 80th birthday.
Conja and I extend out deepest condolences to Kathy and the entire extended Bane and David's House families.
I will miss him very deeply.
Dear Kathy and family, Just a few weeks ago I talked to Randall telling him about the passing of a mutual friend here in the Netherlands, not knowing he would pass so soon after. He invited us to visit him. He was a dear friend and father in the Lord for more than 30 years and I have good memories of the conferences in the Netherlands, Israel and Kansas City. My heartfelt condoleances to you and the family on the loss of Randall. Wilma Verstoep-van't Noordende
Randall was a great teacher and performer at the early international christian artists seminars in the Netherlands. His contributions were superb. We miss a dear friend we highly appreciated. Our condoleancies. Leen and Ria La Riviere. Www.christianartists.org the netherlands...
Blessings to you Kathy ad your family for being Randall's support in the end. He loved you all. Randall was a gifted and versatile using his talent in many ways throughout life. He touched many lives as teacher of performing and later worship artist. He created an outdoor seasonal theatre, Maplewood Barn Theatre, in Columbia, Mo. in the 1970's and it is still going strong. In the late 1980's he began traveling the world in his ministry. His life became filled with friends from all over as a response the ease he had with those he met and how open ad welcoming he was. He never competed with other artist but appreciated each persons unique expression and hoped to encourage their growth. May his heart be full of peace and blessings.
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