Randy Eugene Yeargin

Born in Nashville, TN on September 22, 1955

Departed on August 15, 2017 and resided in Mt. Juliet, TN

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Randall Eugene Yeargin passed away on August 15, 2017, at the age of 61, after a long battle with Multiple System Atrophy. He is survived by his wife, Lisa Yeargin; his children, Jeff Staines (Tracy), Lindsey Yeargin, and Stephanie Yeargin; stepdaughter, Brandy Crouch; siblings, David Yeargin (P.J.), Diane Fisher (Gabe), Martine Yeargin, Lynn Higginbotham (Jeff), and Bruce Yeargin (Linda); grandchildren, Sydney and Hayden Staines, Caleb Moore, Jacey Johnson, Jayden Tanksley, Douglas Cathey, and Elizabeth Cathey; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bill and Jean Yeargin. Randy was born September 22, 1955, in Nashville, Tennessee.  He attended W.A. Bass Middle School and Cohn High School, and he worked at Wolfe Industrial in LaVergne, Tennessee for almost forty years.

Visitation with the family will be held on Thursday, August 17, 2017, from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and on Friday, August 18, 2017, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm at West Harpeth Funeral Home.

A funeral service will be held at 1:00 pm on Friday, August 18, 2017, at West Harpeth Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Harpeth Hills Memorial Gardens. Friends will serve as pallbearers.

Donations may be made to Alive Hospice.

 

16 Comments to Randy Eugene Yeargin

  1. Angela Fleaner
    August 16, 2017 6:06 pm

    Sending prayers to all of Randy’s family. Lots of love and hugs to my Aunt Lisa. We are thinking about you and keeping you in our prayers.

  2. Barbara & Danny Womack
    August 16, 2017 9:06 pm

    Lisa, Jacey and family,

    We mourn the loss of this wonderful man, who loved his family and was so good to everyone he met.

    Randy accomplished so much in his short time here and he was the kind of husband and father everyone wishes for. For him, the true treasures of his life were his wife, children, grandchildren and family.

    He loved U.T. football, John Wayne movies and was a West Nashville boy. He genuinely cared for others and was quick to offer a helping hand and always with a big smile.

    It is going to be lonely without you here with us Randy, but Heaven is celebrating your arrival.

    With loving sympathy,

    Gran-Gran & Danny Womack

  3. Rusty & Velma Edwards
    August 16, 2017 10:23 pm

    Lisa and family.

    Rusty and I are so sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. We have had some good times with you guy’s back when Rusty and Randy played ball together for years for the Trolley, playing pool and just hanging out after the ball games and even up until you and Randy got married and we came out for get together’s.. We are always here for you if needed.

    Love you, Rusty and Velma

  4. Wanda Crabtree
    August 17, 2017 10:20 am

    So sorry for your loss Lisa, David, PJ. Prayers for all of the family

    Joey and Wanda Crabtree

  5. Jerri Dison Gupton and Family
    August 17, 2017 11:19 am

    So sorry for your loss. I went to school with Randy in middle and high school -he was a good person always funny and got along with everybody. I know he will be missed. Keeping the family in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. Cindy Tucker
    August 17, 2017 11:31 am

    Lisa and family so sorry for your loss Praying God give you strength it’s hard but no more pain your in my thoughts and prayers now and the days to come God is with you always and forever Love you girl. Cindy

  7. Lisa Appleton
    August 17, 2017 2:09 pm

    We worked with Randy for many years at Delight Products. He was the front man for Wolfe Ind. for many years and they should be thankful he was such an asset to their companies success. He was not only a very smart man, but a warm, witty , and wonderful person. I hope the family finds strength in knowing how many lives he touched and that he will always be remembered fondly. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    The Maintenance Dept at Delight Products Company

  8. Debbie Bell Haffner
    August 17, 2017 6:37 pm

    I am so sorry for your loss and I am praying for your family. I went to school with Randy at Bass and Cohn. Randy was a great person and I have so many memories of our school years. He will be missed.

  9. Dean Baker
    August 18, 2017 12:47 am

    Randy …or Chicken..man I’m going to miss you I have great memories of you. You brought a smile to everyone face who met you and knew you I’ve heard a saying all my life..West Nashville Boy Done Good…that says it about you but you done great… Hall of Fame right center fielder for the Trolley we won the league 8 yrs in a row and like 12 out 20 seasons…hellava Foosball player you were one of the few I had to play every ball till the end there was no give up in you.. you always were positive in everything you did made me feel better about life every time I was around you… Lisa and the kids ..we lost a great man the world is a sadder place without him but God’s army of angels just got a leader and don’t think for 1 second he’s not looking down on you and protecting you ..his friends also have s angel looking down on us also…Randy I love ya man I’m going to miss you until we meet again on the street off gold in hesvan rest in peace my friend and I’m proud to be your friend …RIP Chicken

  10. Margie NIckens Moore
    August 18, 2017 8:36 am

    My 💔 Is broken as I go today to pay my respect to Randy and his family . What a dear sweet and person he was . He always always had a smile on his face . I had the privileged of knowing him and his dear sweet family since the first grade – many many laughs through the years . May you R I P Randy and GOD give your family comfort knowing he has his arms wrapped around you ..

  11. Margie NIckens Moore
    August 18, 2017 9:22 am

    I so apologize for the large heart that showed up. I did not expect it to be so big.

  12. Mickey Gleason
    August 18, 2017 1:54 pm

    Great guy. Always fun to be around.
    My sincere condolences.

  13. Rickie Jones
    August 18, 2017 5:09 pm

    Bruce, David, Martine, Lynn and the rest of the clan,

    Sorry to hear this morning of your loss of Randy.

    We haven’t been in contact for a while, as life took us all in different directions and different circles. But like you and many of his friends, I will always remember him as a great guy with no pretentiousness.

    I hope you are able to take solace in remembering the many, many times in our youth and later in life that we crossed paths and shared good times with Randy.

    He was always fully living in the moment and willing to share his joy for life with us all.

    Whether it was just goofing off in the field by your house as a kid with me and Bruce, playing along side him or playing against him on the park or school courts and ball-fields, boating on the river, tailgating, or sharing a brew and a laugh at Jaco’s, TheTrolley, Waxy’s, The Commodore Lounge or other places and events we met at, it was always more of a party with his presence and participation.

    Sorry I could not relay this message in person. I would love to see you all.

    Rick and Ann Jones.
    Hendersonville, TN

  14. Kathy Hornal Grace
    August 18, 2017 5:20 pm

    To the family of Randy Yeargin, My mom,(Catherine) and his mom, (Jean) were in PTA together since Bruce & I were in first grade (6yr old). My mom made bridesmaids outfits for one of the girls, including a fashioned from cardboard veiled hats. Randy &I went to school & graduated together. He was a prankster at times. He was such a nice & sweet man. After Jean lost Bill & Dad lost mom, my dad dated & considered getting married. He went to see her the day or 2 before she died. I went to funeral home for Jean & all the Yeargin hugged me band folded me in. When my brother Dale died, Randy and Bruce came to our home. We were at COHNS hugh reunion class of 73, 35th anniversary. I had my car fixed months later & saw Randy at Waffle house. Always a smile and hug for me. We were not close friends, but, I loved him dearly & feel like I’ve lost an extended family member of mine. I’m sincerely apologize for not being there as I live about 2 hours from Seattle, Washington, & broke. My thoughts and prayers are always with the whole family. May God bless all of you. Love always, Kathy Hornal Grace

  15. Yeni
    August 22, 2017 11:37 am

    I’m sorry for your great loss.It’s always difficult to lose a loved one to death. I lost someone very dear to me some years ago and what brings me comfort, especially on those hard days when it gets hard to cope, is to reflect on the promises of the Bible. John 5:28,29 says there will be a resurrection and Revelation 21:3-5 says there will be a future on Earth without any suffering. I hope these promises bring you as much comfort and hope as they have for me. Please accept my most sincere condolences. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/good-news-from-god/what-hope-for-the-dead/

  16. Terry Clouse Phipps (Shorty)
    August 22, 2017 10:38 pm

    Lisa and all of the family and his friends,
    I was so saddened to hear of “Chicken Lips” (as I called him) passing. I’m so very sorry for the loss of a great person who left so many good memories in my life. Softball has changed so much over the years, but I never forgot him or the great times we had..both on the ballfield and just hanging out at different places with all of our mutual friends. He was one of a kind and a great person. Please accept my sincerest condolences. He will be missed…

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