Randy “Randall” Keenan Watson, born February 11, 1998 in Newark, New Jersey, moved on to glory on August 25, 2020. Randy’s devotion to his family, friends, and his firm belief in God supported him and ultimately gave him peace.
Randy was born to Rose Marie Marrero and William Randy Watson. Randy is survived by his twin sister Reina Kaytlyn Watson and siblings Faith Ann and Maurice Jerard Watson. Randy is survived by his maternal and paternal grandmothers and numerous family members.
Randy attended grammar school in Newark, NJ until the age of 10 and completed his grammar and high school years in the Reynoldsburg school system. While in junior high, he played the trumpet and the baritone in concert band and attended Hocking College. Randy acted upon his growing passions. Randy found great meaning in serving as a tutor for first and second graders, and served proudly on his high school swimming team.
As an adult, Randy’s work passion was sales and marketing. Randy’s lifelong ambition was to enter into the military and serve his country. In 2019, Randy was accepted to the Grand Lodge of the Free Mason society, Lodge number 340, MM7. Randy loved his Freemason brothers and engaged in weekly meetings and volunteering events.
Randy was a faithful friend; he often ministered to his peers with his personal blend of perseverance and intimacy. Randy was full of life, love and light, as he inspired many with his loving smile and countless acts of kindness. Randy loved to debate, while always staying true to his personal beliefs. It was through this desire for dialogue that he shared his spirit of prophecy, and inspired those around him to explore and reflect upon matters that affect our world. Randy’s ultimate goal was to promote humanity and world peace with reverence (a true calling of a prophet).
Randy's family will receive friends from 5-6:30 p.m. Monday, August 31, 2020 at Cotner Funeral Home 7369 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg with services beginning at 6:30 p.m.
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