In memory of
Randall Edward Marler
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In memory of
Randall Edward Marler
Randall Edward Marler, a life-long resident of Fort Bragg, passed away on Dec. 12, 2019, of complications due to open heart surgery. Randall loved his friends and family, fishing and hunting, teaching our hunters, and playing Santa Claus for our fire house. Everyone liked him and his giving nature, always offering his home whenever needed. He was preceded in death by his mother, Jearline; father, Arnold; brothers, Jimmy Lee and Chester Aaron Marler. He is survived by his three sisters, Esther I. Martin of Fort Bragg, Patsy G. Messer of Ukiah, and Vicki L. Chambers of Fort Bragg. He is also survived by lots of other family, about 59 nieces and nephews, lots of cousins, and too many friends to count. He loved you all. Rest in peace, brother. Services are pending.
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In memory of
Randall Edward Marler
Randall Edward Marler, a life-long resident of Fort Bragg, passed away on Dec. 12, 2019, of complications due to open heart surgery. Randall loved his friends and family, fishing and hunting, teaching our hunters, and playing Santa Claus for our fire house. Everyone liked him and his giving nature, always offering his home whenever needed. He was preceded in death by his mother, Jearline; father, Arnold; brothers, Jimmy Lee and Chester Aaron Marler. He is survived by his three sisters, Esther I. Martin of Fort Bragg, Patsy G. Messer of Ukiah, and Vicki L. Chambers of Fort Bragg. He is also survived by lots of other family, about 59 nieces and nephews, lots of cousins, and too many friends to count. He loved you all. Rest in peace, brother. Services are pending.
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