Randall Wayne Gibbs

October 05, 1965 - October 07, 2013

Randall Wayne Gibbs

October 05, 1965 - October 07, 2013

Obituary

Randall Wayne Gibbs “Randy”, age 48, was born October 5, 1965 in Tulsa, OK. Graduated from Cascia Hall, attended Oral Roberts University, and graduated from Oklahoma State University. He spent most of his career in the steel fabrication business, most recently as Sales Manager for Osiyo Metals in Broken Arrow, OK. He was preceded in death by his mother Carol Ann Gibbs. He is survived by his wife Gina of Jay, OK, son Seth of Jay, OK, son Caleb of Broken Arrow, sister Leslie Swafford of Broken Arrow, father Stuart Gibbs and step-mother Pam of Bixby, OK, along with many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Condolences may be sent through the guestbook on this page.

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: October 10, 2013 (1:00 PM)
  • Venue: Asbury United Methodist Church
  • Location: 6767 South Mingo Road Tulsa, OK 74133 - (Get Directions)

Graveside Service

  • Date & Time: October 10, 2013 (12:00 PM)
  • Venue: Memorial Park Cemetery
  • Location: 5111 S. Memorial Drive Tulsa, OK 74145 - (Get Directions)

Visitation

  • Date & Time: October 09, 2013 (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
  • Venue: Butler-Stumpff & Dyer Funeral Home & Crematory
  • Location: 2103 E 3rd St Tulsa, OK 74104 - (Get Directions)

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21 responses to Randall Wayne Gibbs

  1. Aunt Naomi says:

    Randy-poo, that's what his Mom called that adorable sweet blonde hair baby. So for many years I called him the same. The years went by so fast, then that cute little guy met the love of his life & married Gina. He was such a proud Dad of two wonderful boys. Next thing I know Caleb was big enough to play football. It meant so much to Hershell & I that Randy kept us up to date on game schedules so we were able to attend some games. Since I don't know a lot about football I got to play with Seth. Randy-poo I'm really going to miss you.

  2. Nancy Staab says:

    So very sorry and much love to the entire precious family,

  3. Stuart and Pam, We am so sorry for your loss. We know your heart aches. We pray God will give you peace where you lack understanding. God Bless, Billy and Margie Moore

  4. Janet Maxey says:

    I met randy when I was a sophomore in high school and he was a senior. We met at church in youth group. He played the guitar and sang. To say I found him to be amazing would be understatement. When he noticed me and then asked me out on my first real high school date I couldn't have been more excited and nervous. And how my parents agreed knowing he was older was a surprise. I guess they knew he would be a gentleman. I remember first date like it was yesterday. Mainly the nervous feeling I had in my stomach and how my mom insisted I promise to wait in car for him to open door. I was so scared he would leave me in it. But if course he did not. He opened that door and every door for me the two years we dated. He was such a gentleman. Do caring and sweet. I remember all we did was laugh. He was so funny telling jokes. We would hang out with his friend from cascia hall. They had a band. He loved to play music. I still can't hear crocodile rock without thinking of him and his band! While I haven't seen him in many years, he was never forgotten. I treasure my memories of my first love and randy! He will be missed by many but I know he is in heaven singing and playing guitar and probably telling jokes! All my best to his family! My prayers to you all.

  5. Leann Morgan says:

    Much love to you, Leslie, Stuart, Gina, Caleb, and Seth. One of my favorite memories of Randy is when we were kids I always had long hair that Randy liked. When no other boy cousins were around he liked to brush the tangles out of my hair. Then the day came that Mom couldn't stand my long hair anymore and took me for a shag haircut (circa 1973-74?). Carol, Stuart and Randy were on their way down from Tulsa to spend the day in Cromwell. When we returned from the hair cut they were already there. I hid in the car because I didn't want Randy to see my really bad hair cut. But he came, opened the car door and told me it looked good, now let's go fishing!! Ha! He always had a very kind and compassionate heart. Several more memories and pictures to share with you.

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