Randy Brockway

March 19, 1957 - February 6, 2017
Randy Brockway

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Randy Lynn Brockway, 59, of New Port Richey, passed away February 6, 2017, under the care of Gulfside Hospice with his fiancé by his side.  He was born March 19, 1957 in Corning, NY to Helen and Daniel Brockway.  He would live in Pennsylvania for most of his life, coming to Florida in 2004  from Elkland, PA.  Randy was a maintenance manager for PSMI.  In his youth, he proudly served in the 3rd Infantry Division of the US Army for 4 ½ years.

Randy loved spending time at the beach.  He also really enjoyed walking his dog, Jack.

Randy is survived by his loving fiancé, Amanda; his son, Anthony and step son, Dustin; his sister, Rhonda Tenny (Terry); his brother, Danny Brockway and foster brother, Harold Schoonover (Cindy); his nephews, Paul Tripp (Mitzi) and Jack Tripp (Beth); his niece, Gaila Ahern (Bill); and several great nieces and nephews.

Randy’s death has happened very suddenly, giving him and his fiancé little time to prepare for his passing.  Please click the link below to share a donation to help his survivors through this loss.  Any amount you can contribute will be most appreciated: https://www.tmcfunding.com/search-fundraisers/campaign/1160?layout=single

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  • February 08, 2017
    Andrew & Stephanie Altman says:
    So sorry to hear of Randy passing. My husband and I loved him heart and soul! What a great guy! Rest in peace, friend!

  • February 08, 2017
    Kelly Arnold Potter lit a candle:
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  • February 08, 2017
    Cheryl Beisel says:
    Randy was a wonderful friend and a source of joy to all that knew him My heart goes out to Rhonda and the rest of his family.

  • February 10, 2017
    Joe Grapevine says:
    The memories are far too many to list,but they all had a common thread in the fact they make you smile and maybe laugh out loud.I hope he is sharing a magnum of Paisano with Cecil right now! My Condolences to his remaining family and fiance.Rest in Peace my brother.