Randle Lawrence Durant
Randle Lawrence Durant
Randle Lawrence Durant went to be with our Heavenly Father on August 20, 2021. He was born on October 12, 1949, to Randle Lawrence Sr. and LaRue Taylor in Port Hueneme, CA. 

Upon graduating High School, he went on to attend Electrical school.

He became an Electrician and worked at the local mines and owned his own Electrical business until his passing. 

Randy loved his trade as an Electrician and was very passionate about his work. 

Randy married Mary McLure and the two shared 2 children, Justin and DeeDee. The two eventually divorced. In 1992, Randy married Cindy Albisu Morris. Cindy and Randy shared many wonderful years and memories together. 

As a kid, he played baseball, basketball and football in school and went on to coach baseball for his son and grandson. 

He especially loved watching his son and grandsons play and grow their love for sports. He enjoyed watching his granddaughter turn into a young lady and was very proud of her. 

Randy enjoyed cooking for his family and friends, fishing, and hunting. 

Randy was a member of the LDS church. He loved the Lord, his family, grandkids and his special furry buddy, Bear, with all his heart. 

He impacted the lives of many children throughout the years, many of which thought of him as a grandpa. He selflessly sacrificed for his grandchildren and instilled a strong work ethic in all those that he helped mold. 

Randy is survived by his wife, Cindy Durant. Children, Justin (Heidi) Durant and DeeDee (Dave) Waldner, and stepdaughter, Maria Morris. Grandchildren, Derek Durant, Beckett Durant, LaRanda Waldner, Hector Rivera and Ricky Rivera and his sister, Linda (Jim) Reynolds. 

He is preceded in death by his parents, Randle Durant Sr. and LaRue Taylor and sister, Randa Cleckner. 

Randy’s family would like to thank Eldon Crawford and family, Sandra Bengoa and family, Lori Egan and family, Patti Albisu and all their friends for the phone calls, messages, cards and flowers. 

Randy will be greatly missed; we know that we will see him again someday. Until then, rest easy.