William Wood Randolph

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William Wood Randolph (Age 59) Of McLean, VA on Monday, April 23, 2007 at Fairfax Hospital. Beloved husband of Constance W. Randolph; father of William Freed Randolph and Mary Catherine Randolph and brother of Patricia Burnham and Robert Randolph. Funeral Services will be held at Charles Wesley United Methodist Church, 6817 Dean Dr., McLean, VA on Friday, April 27 at 11 a.m. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Marymount University, Marymount Fund, Computer Sciences Department, 2807 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington, VA 22207.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Connine and Mary and Billy, May you have many fond memories and happy thoughts when you think of Bill. He was a wonderful friend to Lynn and I. We always enjoyed the visits and plan to smile widly when we think of those times.

  2. Our deepest condolences. He was a wonderful loving person and will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with you during this difficult period.

  3. Connie, Mary, and Bill— While we are still mourning the loss of Ben just 2 weeks before Christmas, we were deeply saddened to learn of another Charles Wesley UMC husband and father who has left us. Please know that we understand your sorrow and grief, and that our prayers are with you. Although words cannot truly express our feelings, I received a card following Ben’s death that is of great comfort to me…and I hope the words will comfort all of you also during this time. Fondly, Karen Blue “God’s Gift of Time We all need a time to grieve—a quiet time for reflection to sift through precious memories and come to grips with what has happened. We all need a time to let the tears flow, not for the ones we lost, who are at peace in heaven, but for ourselves as we realize that things will be different now. We all need a time to just ‘be,’ when we can open ourselves to God and let the reassurance of His everlasting love start to heal our broken hearts. God gave us the gift of time, and one of its greatest uses is the healing of a broken heart. Even during the darkest nights, God has promised to hold your hand. He will be there to comfort you, and He will give you strength to face this time of sorrow.”

  4. Connie, I’m so sorry for your loss. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Bill

  5. My prayers and love go out to all of you in this time of loss… Will and I are good friends and I hope you can all find some sort of peace…

  6. My sincere sympathy and condolences are extended to Mr. Randolph’s family. He will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege to work with him and know him as a kind, caring and thoughtful person. He and his family are remembered in my family’s thoughts and prayers.

  7. Bill was a good friend, a good man and a good person. I will miss him. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy.

  8. Connie,Bill & Mary, Our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in your loss of Bill. May all of the wonderful memories of him sustain you during these coming days and weeks. Pat & Art Chase

  9. Dear Connie, I am very sorry to hear the news and I know words cannot express your grief. May your memories give your strength and soothe your soul. With deepest sympathy, Carol

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