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Randolph R. Follmer

1953 - 2021

Randolph R. Follmer, 68 of Northeast St., New Columbia passed away on May 12, 2021, at his home.  Born in Williamsport, Pa. on January 18, 1953 he was the son of the late Randolph L. and Doris Mae (Young) Follmer.  He was married on January 7, 2003, to the former Bonnie J. Ellis.

 

Randy was a 1970 graduate of Plainfield High School in New Jersey. He worked as a commercial painter and  was  also a jack of all trades. He served in the Navy during the Vietnam War, serving on the USS Forrestal.  He was an avid hunter. He enjoyed the outdoors and liked gardening his own.  He enjoyed time with his dog Tanner, and making his rounds checking in on kids, grandchildren, and friends. He enjoyed  taking his  road cruises and mountain rides and being anyones driver.

 

He is survived by his wife, Bonnie; daughter, Brie Shultz and husband, Eric of Danville; sons,  Rudy Follmer and girlfriend , Deb ArtLey of Danville, Luke Follmer and wife, Katrina of Danville, step-son, Lynn Yocum and wife, Hannah of Milton. Grandchildren, Kierra and Layne Shultz, Dawson Follmer, Carlee, Kaycee, and Jaxx Follmer and Lawrence Yocum. Niece Somer Caton and family.

 

Randy was preceded in death  by his sister, Holly Ann Craver and Step-son, Lenny Yocum

 

A celebration of life will be June 19th, 2021, 1 p.m. at the Shultz Pavillion, 351 Reed Road, Danville, Pa 17821

Condolences

Bonnie,
I was so sorry to read about the loss of your husband. I am sending prayers and good thought during this difficult time.

Linda Deitrick Fowler

Bonnie & family,
I am sadden to learn of Randy's passing. We were pretty close friends in the mid-seventies and we spent a lot of our time cruising the back roads listening to tunes. There were a few road trips also, that make for some fond memories. Great times to be certain. Randy was my best man at our wedding. Unfortunately, things do change and we eventually lost contact. But the memories of the fun times do not fade.
Lillian and I send our sincere condolences.

George Frey

Bonnie, I was so very sorry to hear of Randy's passing. I was just told by a friend that he passed. I always was thankful for his help when my husband John Ricker died. My sympathy is with you and family.

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