Walter Randle

December 20, 1954 ~ December 23, 2021 (age 67)

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Walter Lee Randle was promoted to Glory December 23rd, 2021 at 11:01 PM. He was born December 20th, 1954 to the late Henry & Everline Randle of Okolona, MS.  He professed Christ as a young man and joined Red Oak Grove Church of the Living God in Shannon, MS where he remained an active member and sung with the men’s choir. He attended Shannon School. Walter loved his family, and he never met a stranger.  He was honest, dependable, and a hard-working man.  He worked at Ed Eden’s Farm in Okolona, MS over 40 years where he was able to share his love for country living.

A service celebrating Walter’s life will be at 2PM, Thursday, December 30, 2021 at Colman Global Pacific Diocese Convention Center 3590 Willie Moore Road / Tupelo, MS 38801 with Pastor Benjamin Dilworth Eulogizing and Pastor Adrain Ivy officiating.  Visitation will be from Noon to Service time on Thursday Only at the Convention Center.  Holland Funeral Directors – Tupelo Chapel are entrusted with arrangements.  Condolences to the family may be posted at

He is survived by wife Barbara Randle of Okolona, MS / three sons, Braxton Barron (Elizabeth), OD White, Zephaniah Simmons all of Tupelo, MS / eight daughters, Stephanie Moneek, Barbara Spratt (Dennis), Joan Jones (James), Kathy Harris (Kennth), Clemmie White Randle (Jim), Betty White Donaldson, Pam White Jones, Tasha Marie Hutcheson / Braxton Jr, Dennis “D.D” Spratt (Faviola)*grandsons.  Twenty-four grandchildren / three brothers Earlie Smith New York, Bobby Joe Randle Shannon, MS Calvin Randle (Lois) Amory, MS / two sisters Linda Randle, Shannon, MS Carolyn Randle Florida / one aunt Billy Rogers / one uncle Willie Earl Gillespie / A host of great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews family and friends.

He was preceded in death by one brother Leroy Smith, two sisters Mary Ann Holmes and Gloria Rogers.

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  1. I love you all so much. Yall are forever in my prayers and thoughts. I’m sorry I can’t make it to the service but I will be there in spirit. Fly High Daddy!


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