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Randal “Randy” John Klocke, 59, of China Grove, NC, entered the gates of heaven on February 12, 2021.
Randy was born April 12, 1961 to Ronnie and Jolene Klocke of Carroll, IA.
Randy was a loving husband, stepfather and grandfather. He proudly served his country as an Army Ranger. He was known around his hometown in North Carolina and on the Road as he escorted wide loads from state to state as “Rooster”. He was a man of God who would share the gospel anywhere he went. To know Randy was to love Randy.
In addition to his parents, Randy is survived by his wife, Cynthia Klocke; stepson, Robert (Andrea) Milstead; adopted son, Micah Kelley; grandchildren, James and Michael Milstead; brothers, Jeff ( Peggy) Klocke; Terry (Lori) Klocke; Dale (Amy) Klocke; several nieces and nephews, whom he loved dearly.
Randy was proceeded in death by his sister, Nancy Klocke.
There will be a private ceremony held at the Salisbury National Cemetery on March 1st, 2021. The family is planning a larger celebration of life later in the year.
Randy was a proud supporter of the wounded warriors. The family would like to ask in lieu of flowers, please make donations in Randy’s memory to: Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516.
Carolina Cremation is assisting the Klocke family. Onlince condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Chad Rustvold says
To cynthia and family, what words can comfort? The LORD Himself is keeping You and Randy together by your hearts woven together with His..may you have daily communion with The Holy Spirit that you may be one now the way The Lord designed it…may His peace be with you until that Glorious day…in JESUS NAME, AMEN
Michael Link says
It was such an honor to get to know him. I was saddened to hear of his passing, and I will definitely be praying for the family. Each and every one of you are in my prayers. Until we meet again my friend, rest in peace.
Kyle Alford says
I knew Randy as a patient 22 years ago. He was a sweet man with a powerful testimony. After our first meeting we went from doctor/patient to friends. I saw him as a patient for many visits and had wonderful talks about purpose and God’s Word and salvation. As my fiancé and I were relatively unchurched, with no money, Randy offered his church and officiated our wedding. We never saw Randy again after that wedding day. We have spent the last decade out of the country and hoped to have a reunion with Pastor Randy when we return to the US. So, reading of his passing was sad news indeed. But rest assured, we will meet again when I follow Randy’s lead and pass from this life. Of that I have no doubts.