Randy Bryan Stidger

 

Randy Bryan Stidger
Randy Bryan Stidger

Randy Bryan Stidger, 54, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on June 22, 2022.

No services will be held. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.

Randy was born in Lubbock, Texas on March 21, 1968, to Patricia and Phillip Stidger. He graduated from Amarillo High School.

Randy had worked as a security guard for many years, and he attended Trinity Baptist Church.

Randy loved all sports.

He is survived by his mother, Pat Stidger, of Amarillo, Texas; and brothers, Terry Stidger and wife Mary Beth, of Kalispell, Montana, and Ricky Don Stidger and wife Bonnie, of Springfield, Oregon.

5 Replies to “Randy Bryan Stidger”

  1. πŸ’” It’s with a heavy heart that I post about the passing of my little brother. He went home to be with our Lord on Tuesday. He’s now free of the hardships he has endured these past few years and is rejoicing in heaven with those who’ve gone before. πŸ˜‡
    He was an ardent supporter of the 🏈 Dallas Cowboys, Texas Tech Red Raiders, the Amarillo Sod Poodles ⚾️ and thoroughly enjoyed keeping tabs on them all. He was pretty much a sports nut⛳️ and had quite the memory on past statistics. He could tell you the score of a Cowboy game that was back in 1980s. 🀯
    Even though he was limited in his ability to get about, he liked going to movies, attending local events, (concerts, plays, sporting events, etc…πŸŽ†). He loved country music and often attended Aaron Watson concerts when possible.🎻
    Like his big brother, he was a space & weather nerd πŸŒͺπŸ”­πŸŒ™ and enjoyed keeping track of incoming storms, rain amounts and astronomical events.
    He loved his family, friends and the Lord. He had great sense of humor and was a great brother. We rejoice knowing that he is now enjoying his new, restored body.
    I will miss him terribly.
    R.I.P. li’l bro

  2. I’m very sorry for your loss Pat , we are praying for you and your family. Please let us know if we can do anything for you

    With Love
    Mary Houseman and the Rogers family

  3. Dear Pat and family,

    Our love and prayers are with you as you are missing your dear Randy. May God’s love overflow your hearts and give you peace.

    Mickey and Sandra Spoon

  4. Peace to you as you lay your son to rest. You were an excellent caregiver-unselfish and faithful. Prayers for comfort in your loss and as you grieve.

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