Randall K. Lovett


Randall K. Lovett


August 8, 1950 – March 25, 2017


Lovett, Randall

Randall Lovett, 66 passed away peacefully at home on March 25, 2017 after a battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his wife and children. Randy was born August 8, 1950 in Holdenville Oklahoma to Hobart and JoAnn Lovett who preceded him in death.

Randy was a passionate man who loved God, his family and OU football. Randy never met a stranger and loved the opportunity to make new friends. He would give anyone in need the shirt off his back even if he did not have it to give.

Randy was extremely loving and proud of his wife Cindy of the home and four children, Jeffrey Lovett and wife Amanda of Muscat, Oman, Kim Grant and husband Kyle of Yukon, Ok, Kevin Lovett and wife Ashley of Houston, TX, and Lori Foster and husband Joel of Edmond, Ok and eight grandchildren Aiden, Cooper, Liam, Carson, Joycelynn, Cohen, Adriana and Anderson. He is also survived by his siblings Gerald, Vicki, Dana and Lisa and their spouses; as well as many loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and other friends.

The family will receive friends on, Tuesday March 28, 2017 from 5:00 until 7:00 PM at Matthews Funeral home in Edmond. Services will be held at Matthews Funeral Home on March 29, 2017 at 9:00 am followed by a graveside service in Elgin, Oklahoma at the Fort Sill National Cemetery.

8 thoughts on “Randall K. Lovett”

  1. Frank Coble

    Randy became a friend the moment we met. Because of a mutual friend, Gary, and working with Cindy, I had the pleasure of knowing this wonderful man. He brought joy to all around him. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

  2. Betty Wein

    Paul and Betty Wein
    Paul has known Randy and his family for some time and it was a wonder how he handled his illness and tried so hard to keep coming to church. Our sympathy to the family and his close friends.

  3. Rollo (Danny) Redburn

    Randy and I grew up together. We shared lots of fun times. He and Cindy even helped give me a place to live at various times when I was homeless, even though they barely had room enough for themselves. We drifted apart in our later years and didn’t see much of each other, but I will never forget Randy and Cindy and the wonderful memories of growing up with Randy; working on roofs with him, his dad and his older brother Gerald. Randy grew up 7 houses down from mine. They moved to a place about 4-5 miles away. When Randy had a mind to, he would put on his running shoes and run over for a visit, then run back home. He loved to run. God bless the Lovett family.

  4. David Marcrum

    Randy was a great friend and brother in Christ to me .Randy was easy to talk to he had shoulders that would hold all your troubles and he had answers to most of them I will miss Randy but I know I will see him some day .Till we meet again Randy I love you .

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