Aubrey "Randy" Duncan

Aubrey "Randy" Duncan

September 01, 1938 ‐ November 25, 2020
Aubrey "Randy"  Duncan
Birthplace: Oak Hill, West Virginia Resided In: Olmsted Township, Ohio

Aubrey "Randy" Duncan, age 82, beloved husband of the late Jessie "Bobbe" Duncan. Dear father of Lisa Wancho (Chris) and Stacey Porter (John). Loving grandfather of Savannah Porter. Brother-in-law of Gary Osborne (Diane), Phyllis Reuss (Richard) and the late Theta Slater. Uncle to Eric Osborne (Vanessa) and Matt Osborne (Barbara), Katie Mitchell (Wilson), Rick, Jeff and Doug Reuss, and Shelley Slater. Great Uncle to Riley, Sarah, and Emma Reuss; Paul, Mike, Max, Abby, and Becca Osborne.  Private Family Services held. Arrangement by Jenkins Funeral Chapel, Westlake.


Guest Comments

Richard and Phyllis Reuss
Bay Village, Ohio

Remembering all the family picnics and get togethers we shared over the years. We will miss you.
Love, Richard and Phyllis

Cathy sheehan
Fairview Park, Oh

To the family may you always hold your memories close to your heart and may god wrap his arms around you at this difficult time. So sorry for your loss

Cathy sheehan
Fairview Park, Oh

To the family may you always hold your memories close to your heart and may god wrap his arms around you at this difficult time. So sorry for your loss

Shelley Slater
Manchester, England

Uncle Randy, you were there for me when I needed it, and I miss those lunches with peanut butter and jelly :)

My father (Theta Slater's husband Larry, not mentioned above) knew you all your life, and always enjoyed your long phone chats and will also miss you.

You and your smile will be missed

Gary and Diane Osborne
Raleigh, NC

Randy, You were a good guy. We'll miss you!

Nora and Gene Svatek
Strongsville, OH

To the Duncan family:

We are very sorry about your loss.

We hope these words help a little...

Hold fast to your memories, to all of the cherished moments of the past, to the blessings and the laughter, the joys and the celebrations, the sorrow and the tears. They all add up to a treasure of fond yesterdays that you shared and spent together, and they keep the one you loved close to you in spirit and thought.

The special moments and memories in your life will never change. They will always be in your heart, today and forevermore.

Nora and Gene Svatek

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