Randall Lynn Stogsdill died on Wednesday 10 June 2020.
Randy was born on August 11, 1960, in Fort Worth, to his loving parents, Elaine and Don Stogsdill. Randy graduated from Arlington Heights High School and attended UTA.
Randy worked in his family business, Teague Lumber Company. His grandfather, RJ Teague, founded the company in 1944 and over the years employed many family members. Randy started his Teague Lumber career from college and faithfully served their affairs until his passing. He loved Teague Lumber Company and the legacy that his grandfather had left for the family. His favorite things about the business were the employees and all his loyal customers.
Randy had many passions in life, but his favorite worship was people. Randy never met a stranger and told every person he met to love them. When he said I love you, he really meant it and you felt appreciated. Randy had the divine ability to love and accept people as they are. He gave so much of his time to others and was the biggest encourager for so many.
Randy's life was spent living his faith with his wife Sondie and their two daughters, Bailey and Taylor. All together pursued the purpose of God and mutual passions.
Randy loved children and held a special place in his heart for orphans. He and his wife had a passion for supporting orphaned children and especially the children of B Loved Ethiopia.
Randy was the one and only son of Don and Elaine Stogsdill. He deeply loved his parents and was the most loving son. A day has never passed when he didn't tell them he loved them.
Randy has left an incredible legacy of faith, hope and love. We will miss him very much, and his family will continue his legacy for all the days of their lives.
Randy would like everyone to celebrate his life and his arrival in Heaven with Jesus. He would like everyone to know Jesus and show his true unconditional love to all humanity.
Survivors include his wife, Sondie Stogsdill; Daughters, Taylor and Bailey Stogsdill; Parents, Don and Elaine Stogsdill; RJ Teague family, Stogsdill family and all those who loved him deeply.
A celebration of life was held on June 15th.
Memorials: instead of flowers, please donate to B Loved Ethiopia – https://bloved.org/donate
Community news June 19, 2020