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Randolph Moore was born on July 3rd, 1964. He was the fourth oldest of 5 siblings, born to Mr. Theodas and Mrs. Marie Moore, of whom both transitioned before him. Randolph also had a son, Terryell Theodosius Randolph Deken who transitioned on 8/8/2020.
Randolph “Randy” Moore departed this earthly life on Sunday, July 24th 2022.
Randolph b.k.a. “Randy” was inspired by his older brother Reggie to attend Western High School and to participate in sports, where he excelled to be the starting quarterback in football. Randy joined forces with his second older brother, Rodney on the basketball court, being named “The Moore Combination” by the Detroit News for their fierce competitiveness. Encouraged by his older sister, Rita, and trailblazing a way for his baby brother, Raynard, Randy completed his final year of high school at RiverView High. There he led the previous losing program to a 19-2 season, along with a number 2 ranking in the state. He later attended Sienna Heights University to further his basketball career. One of Randy’s most accomplished moments was the birth of his beloved daughter, Nicole and her graduating from college. Randy played in the band and his instrument of choice was the trumpet. He also had a passion for writing lyrics.
Randolph Moore leaves to cherish his memory; his loving daughter, Nicole (Tyronda) Murray, 4 siblings; LaRita Black, Reginald Moore (Chris Moore), Rodney Moore (Wanda Moore), Raynard Moore (Tracy Moore), one grandson, SanTeno Lee Deken, 5 nieces, Valerie, SueRita, Jazzy, Tanya and Caylie; 6 nephews, KoKo, Rodney, Raynard, Rashad, RaMari, DJ, uncle, LV (Mary Moore) and host of great-nieces/nephews, cousins and friends. CLICK HERE FOR REPASS DETAILS
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