Diane M. Randall

May 3, 1947 - June 2, 2014

Age 67, of Perry, NY, died June 2, 2014 at home.

She was born May 3, 1947 in Bradford, PA, daughter of Carolyn Burrell Maynard and the late John R. Maynard of Mt. Jewett, PA . Diane worked for many years as the office manager for her late husband, Gary Randall, DDS. In earlier years, she taught English and social studies at Letchworth Central School.

Diane was a person of many interests. She enjoyed gardening and cooking and she was an avid reader. She loved her Labrador retrievers, going for walks, swimming and canoeing. Diane enjoyed anything having to do with history and she was a former member and past President of the Perry Garden Club.

Diane was predeceased by her husband, Gary Randall, DDS and her son, Scott Randall.

Surviving along with her mother are her children, Robert (Melissa) Randall of Ladera Ranch, CA, Peter Hughes of Phoenix, AZ, Maggie (Gary) Robb of Honeoye Falls; her grandchildren, Carolyn Robb, Catherine Robb, Ryan Randall, Katie Randall, Rylie Randall and Reese Randall; her sisters, Pat (Norman) Klump of Enon, OH, Karen VanArsdale of Leicester; her brother, Marty (Natalie) Maynard of Mt. Jewett, PA; her nieces and nephews whom she adored, Jenifer Pearson, John Klump, Abby DeBolt, Emily Derin, Sarah Avenali, Jake Maynard and Laura Maynard and her dear friend, Hal McWilliams of Portageville.

A memorial service will be held Tuesday, June 10 at 11 AM at the Castile United Church of Christ (cor. Washington & N. Main Sts.) Castile. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to WXXI Television, PO Box 20570, Rochester, NY 14602. Arrangements are being completed by Harmon-Watson Funeral Home, Castile.

Important Dates
June 4, 2014 : Memorial service for Diane M. Randall at the Castile United Church of Christ - 6:39 PM

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Jul 14.19 from Melissa Flint:

I am saddened by the news of Diane’s passing. She was a good woman. My condolences.

Jul 14.19 from Gary and Cynthia Appleton:

Our deepest condolences to Diane’s family. She always had a smile . We remember her fondly.

Jul 14.19 from Steve Hughes:

I loved Diane.  We had some of the best monopoly games of all time.  She’s was and is a beautiful person.  To my wonderful niece and nephew peter and mags,I love you so much.  Uncle Steve.men16

Jul 14.19 from Mike & Jean (Butler) Sullivan:

We were sad to hear about Diane passing.  We all went to school together since grade school through graduation. She always had a sparkling personality and beautiful smile.  Keep all the fun times close to your hearts and she will be forever with you.  Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this sad time.

Jul 14.19 from Diane Schreiber:

Your mother & I used to be good friends when we both belonged to the Garden Club and Tuesday or Wednesday Club in Castile. But I remember fondly driving up to the woods on our farm to get spring ferns, that Diane wanted to transplant into her gardens. She was so much fun and we had alot of laughs together!  My condolences for your loss.

Jul 14.19 from Beltran Family:

Our heartfelt condolences to the entire family. We are sadden to hear of your loss. May you find solace in the love and memories shared together and may God comfort you with the words at Revelation 21:4,5. Happily we can look forward to the day God promises to reunite us with loved ones John 5:28,29. May these scriptures bring you peace in the days ahead.

Jul 14.19 from Brenda McDonald:

I am so sorry to hear of Diane’s passing. I missed the service because Gene broke his ankle and was in Batavia at that time.  Our high school memories are very strong when we lose someone our own age.If you are ever back in the area, we would love to see you. Sincerely, Gene and Brenda McDonald

Jul 14.19 from Mark & Robin:

Life is just too short and once again another loss of the Randall Family. Although some have differences of opinion, those opinion’s don’t always reflect the truth. You were an inspiration to life in ways that miles seemed to have tried erasing. I will always remember the times working in the gardens and the long talks we shared. I am sorry for the distance, its not what I expected. Robin & I shall seek comfort in knowing you’re with Scott & Dad again. God Bless You Mom ! Thank you for the memories… I’ll have them for decades to come! I wasn’t informed of your passing until I was looking at search results and thats when I saw your information from 4-mos ago. Can’t believe you’re gone…...-Mark & Robin

Jul 14.19 from Flaviano:

I would like to thank all of you at the Tampa Bay Camera Club for being such good friends to my fehatr. I know the club was a big part of his last few years and it gave him so much joy. It gave him a chance to enjoy his passion in photgaphy and on his behalf I would like to thank you for being his friends. Peace be with you.