Randall Lewey

Randall Lewey, 65, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2015 at Tishomingo Manor, Iuka, Miss. He was born in Franklin County to Samuel Lewey and Katherine Aldridge Lewey. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and a logger.

Services were held Thursday, Dec. 24, at Deaton Funeral Home Chapel, Red Bay, with Bro. Ray Kirk officiating. Burial was in Cedar Creek Cemetery, Red Bay.

Survivors are one sister, Linda Johnson and husband, Edward of Russellville; one brother, Charles Hall and wife, Emily of Mantachie, Miss.; one sister-in-law, Linda Berry of Vina; one nephew, Jim Johnson; seven nieces: Monica, April, Ashley, Carol, Cindy, Tiffany and Destiny and he claimed several nieces and nephews that were not blood related.

He was preceded in death by his parents, special grandparents, Henry and Maggie Lewey; two sisters, Marie Groves and Sue Groves and two brothers, Gary Hall and Gary Jackson.

Pallbearers were Jim Johnson, Sidney Johnson, Luke Childers, Judd Childers, Phillip Childers and Mark Emerson.

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