Randall Kent Dillingham

randall  dillingham

November 12, 1949 ~ August 4, 2023

Resided in: Reston, Virginia

Randall “Randy” K. Dillingham, (73), of Edmond, OK passed away peacefully on August 4, 2023, at StoneSprings Hospital in Aldie, VA, surrounded by family. Randy was predeceased by his parents, Etta and EA “Doc” Dillingham. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Kaye, his children Jeremy and Melissa and their spouses Stephanie and Jason, and his grandchildren Jacob, Sarah, Josiah, and Cecilia. Also, his two brothers Terry and Jeff Dillingham.
After graduating from college, Randy became a CPA, and went on to spend over 45 years supporting individuals and companies in and around Oklahoma City. He loved his practice and counted many of his clients as close friends. He was a long-time member of Oak Tree Country Club and enjoyed time spent on the course with his friends and in the pool with his grandchildren.
At his core, Randy was dedicated to his wife, children, and grandchildren, spending many years watching tennis tournaments and ballet performances, and hosting his grandchildren for summer “Granny Camp.”
Randy’s family will host an informal afternoon reception at the Oak Tree Club, Edmond, OK, on Saturday September 9th, from 1:00 – 3:00. All those who would like to remember Randy, share a story or moment from his life, are welcome to attend. The online guestbook is available at www.moneyandking.com

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  1. Randy, you will truly be missed. I have known you for several years and was fortunate enough to of known you. I pray comfort for your family.

  2. Randy, the thought of you today brought back so many wonderful memories. We grew up on the same block, road the same school bus (with Mr. Dickie and his cigar) all those years, and played a little ball together as kids. You were better than a fair pitcher in your day, and I loved being your catcher. The world dimmed just a bit on August 4th, and just doesn’t seem as bright today. You will be sorely missed, Randy, but I know we’ll have a chance to play a little catch someday. We love you, Brother. RIP

  3. My name is Mike Carretero, I was also Randy’s classmate from class of ’67, Crooked Oak High School. Randy was the Vice-President of our class and Ideal Date of our yearbook. I used to give him a ride to H.S. in my ’57 Chevy Convertible. He wrote in my yearbook …(Can you come tomorrow). Even though I lost contact with Randy after H.S. we always asked about him when our class met for lunch. You will be truly missed, Randy. It was a pleasure being your classmate through H.S. Mike Carretero

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