Randolph C. Speller

Sunrise: March 29, 1965

Sunset: March 27, 2021

Randolph Christopher Speller, better known as Chris was a man who made it his life’s mission to bring laughter and joy to everyone he encountered. His spirit was contagious and had the power to change the atmosphere in a room. He will be best remembered for his jokes, dancing, and his passionate outburst of emotion. In his free time he loved to play cards, spend time with family, and eat. Chris was outgoing, loveable, and full of life. To his family he was the life of the party. Chris leaves behind his most adored parents whom he loved dearly, Randolph and Daisy Speller. His four children Darius  Tre Jiles, Latoya Toya, Marchel, and his baby girl Christian Worsley whom he called Flu Lou. One daughter in love Karin Worsley-Garibaldi. He is also survived by 11 Grandchildren a host of Aunts, Uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and a ton of friends.

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    Melodie king says

    Sending tight hugs and prayers to you and the family Sister Speller. May you find comfort at 2 Corinthians 2:3,4. Love you

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    Cathy Williford Davis says

    You loved to joke around and kept laughter whereever you went. Last time I saw you was at auntie house in NC. We had a good time together that day. You were truly
    loved by many…

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    Thomaseine Speller King says

    A cousin I never meet may God keep you and bless your Family

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    Audrey Hicks Smith says

    I am going to miss my friend. We share a lot of spiritual knowledge with each other. One thing I learned about Christ is that he knew The Lord God for himself. I thank God for the years that we were allowed to spend with each other. We could laugh together, cry together and lift up the name of Jesus together. Christ always told me that one the I could be certain of and that was he knew Jesus, Jehovah, our Father in Heaven for himself and that his mother and father raised him up in the word. He loved his family and always tried to think of thing that he could do to make up lost time with those that he loved, his children. His mother and father was everything yo him that he wanted so much to please. Chris could make you laugh when you didn’t want to laugh. He had a loving caring heart and I know he loved the Lord!!!! We do not know why things happened the way that it did. We know God don’t make no mistakes. We know the spirit absent from the body is present with the Lord! The word reads that when we have been faith of a few things God will welcome us in saying welcome in my fellow and faith servant. Job well done. Chris lost his life trying to save another. God knows it all!!! The family have my deepest condolences! Audrey Hicks Smith.

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    Jackie Speller says

    Everytime I saw you i cried and laughed so hard my stomach and my head hurt. Because you always made.me laugh. We didnt see each other often but when we did it was nothing but good times. Cuz u will be truly missed. Rest in Peace Chris❤

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