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Randolph John Merino Jr. – March 21, 2016

 

Randolph John Merino Jr.
RMerinoJrWe lost a legend of his own time, Randy John Merino Jr, who was loved by everyone that came in contact with him. Randy was 69 years old and passed on March 21, 2016 at Mercy Hospital in Redding, Ca. surrounded by the love, laughter, and tears of his family.

Randy was born on August 29, 1946 to Randolph and Rosina Merino of Taylorsville, Ca. where he grew up. His younger days were spent roaming the hills surrounding his dads home causing mischief with his 5 brothers, 1 sister and numerous cousins.

Randy had served in the Army and after his discharge, he went back home to Greenville where he made a career out of logging which he loved, up until 10 years ago when he became injured, fracturing his hip and leaving him unable to work.

He lived the last 27 years happily content with the love of his life, Brenda, and their children, and the best years with all his grandchildren.

Randy is survived in life by his father Randolph Sr., his 3 brothers, Reggie, Harvey, and Mono Merino, and his 1 sister Karen Washoe. Mother Rosina and 2 brothers Anthony and Rodney preceded Randy in death but he is now reunited with him the happy hunting grounds.

Randy is also survived by his wife of 27 years Brenda of Susanville, Ca., their 8 children and 12 grandchildren. Randolph (Rudy) his children Jasmine, Cyndal, Gwynever, and Randolph the 4th, all from Oroville, Ca. Steven (Rabbit) his children Benjamin, and Xavier, all of Susanville, Ca. Sonny, his wife Katie, their children Rodger, and little Sonny all of Hopland, Ca. Ernest (Goose) of Hopland, Ca., Skye, her daughter Bella of Stockton, Ca., Kenneth (Scooter) his son Kyro of Susanville, Ca.

Randy was one of a kind. The type of man who never expected anything from anyone, but was always there for everyone who needed him. If you knew Randy, you knew he was his own Indian. Not no John Wayne T.V. Indian. He will be greatly missed and forever remain in our hearts.

Until we meet again The Indian Outlaw.

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