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Randolph Fitzpatrick

Mr. Randolph J. Fitzpatrick "Randy", age 43 died unexpectedly July 20th, 2017 at his home in Ann Arbor, MI. He is the loving son of Linda(Tom) Holton; brother of Jennifer Fitzpatrick and Emily Holton; and grandson of Vivian Chalker. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, 4pm, at the funeral home. Visitation will be from Noon until the time of his service.

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Posted: Fri, July 21, 2017

 
Since he was a mason he has big family to feel sadness to lose him...since he sheared are secrets...peaceful and happiness to his mason soul

~Tom ousman    


 
Randy will be missed by my family and friends. I haven't seen him much over the years but talked to him on social media. Last time I saw Randy was a few years ago when we had a small Family reunion. Myself, my Brother (his Dad,Jeff) and his cousins Annie Cronkright and Shawn Johnson-Erwin will miss Randy and hold him dearly in their heart and thoughts. Rest in Peace Randy! May God hold you in his arm and rest your soul.

~Terry Fitzpatrick    


 
I'm deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my brother, Randy. We were not close, but I'm comforted seeing that there are many in the community who will deeply mourn his passing. Our dad and myself mourn his loss here in Maryland. Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to our family for this loss. May the memories of Randy help to sustain everyone during this difficult time.

~David Fitzpatrick    


 
Randy was my brother. I was shocked and saddened to hear of his passing. Unfortunately we were not close and I regret not making an effort to reach out and get to know him more. I followed him on social media and it was clear that he brought joy to many people's lives. As my dad and brothers mourn his loss, our thoughts are with everyone during this difficult time and may everyone find peace and comfort through his loving memories.

~Jeffrey Fitzpatrick    


 
I was so sorry to hear of Randy's passing. I remember our visits when he was really young, but also how much I enjoyed him when he was a little older and came to visit us. There was just something about him that I liked. I wish his dad and I had many more of those visits over the years. No doubt I would have enjoyed them just as much.

~Pam Fitzpatrick     


 
Randy and I, on more than one shift at Zingerman's, decided to sing everything we said (ala 'Les Miserables'), however unendurable it might be to the rest of the staff. He was one of the funniest, boldest and most humane people I have ever been privileged to know. To rephrase Beckett "I can't believe he's gone. He's not gone." He was a beautiful and heroic presence on this earth. Rest in Peace my brother.

~darin latimer    


 
I had the pleasure of working with and knowing Randy through Zingerman's, and even though we saw each other rarely in recent times, it was always a joy to run into him and catch up. He was so funny and quick-witted, with a smile that drew you in and invited you to share the amusement. He was kind and very genuine, and will be deeply missed by so many people. I am shocked and saddened that we have lost him far too soon.

~Jude Walton    


 
Randy had an infectious laugh & giggle,a witty sense of humor and a true kindness. His special spirit and warmth will be remembered and greatly missed by everyone who knew him.

~Jeannie Stone    


 
Randy was the funniest person I knew. He made me laugh so hard once I was issued a noise violation. My memories of working with him at Zingerman's are among some of the best of my early adult life. When I often ran into Randy around town, he always had a smile and a story to share. He was so genuine and honest. One of a kind. He will be missed by so many.

~Dusti Vincent    


 
I worked with Randy for years at Zingermans. He was such a pleasure to work with, always a bright and snarky person. Gave the best service, and great view on life. It's tragic that we will not be making new memories, but I am grateful for the memories I have. I'll miss you. It would have been better having you on the planet longer. Thank you for what you gave.

~Jen    


 
Randy was the kind of guy who I always knew I could talk to when I had a problem. He was also the person who would tell me when I was in the wrong, which is why I always trusted him. His theatrical personality inspired me to be true to myself, and his unabashed personal flair showed me that it's ok to wear my heart on my sleeve and still be a good person. His antics never ceased, and I'm glad to have spent my time in Ann Arbor with him. I met up with him unexpectedly last fall after he set up the Zingerman's coffee stand in Las Vegas. We hadn't seen each other in many years, but we had a wonderful time catching up and reliving the glory days at the Zing. He seemed so happy, and I'm glad to know he was in a good place when he departed. XOXOXOXOXOX

~Andy Papas    


 
Randy was among my favorite Zing coworkers, and just a wonderful person to run into around town. Few people have made me laugh so hard and with such ease. His view on life was sharp, coarse, skepticle, and real, but he leapt into it unabashedly and without apology. He was truly a kind and sweet man. Anyone who's known Randy in the past few decades would agree that few people embody the phrase, "He's a real character!" quite as well as Randy did. The world is slightly less sarcastic now, and I will miss that guy a lot.

~Emily Hiber    


 

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