Fly high baby girl. You are missed.
Chloe, I love you and your time was cut way too soon. You will be missed.
We miss you
You will be so missed. I’m glad I had the opportunity to have such a beautiful sister-in-law. I know the angels will have a ball, knowing they have the brightest blue eyed girl returning to Heaven!
AS long as there’s SOMEONE in the sky to PROTECT me there’s NO ONE on earth that can BREAK ME.
I love you. Just KNOW this has KILLED me. The hardest thing I’ve ever done. Love, Momma.
I love you and miss you Chloe!
On behalf of all the faculty, staff, and students at Henderson Community College thank you for being such a blessing to our campus! You will be missed. Your spirit will live on in our memories and the lives you touched.
Chloe had the biggest smile and a huge heart. I remember when she was 4 years old at Christmas at granny’s and she wanted to do my make-up. Well of course I let her and she had caked my face lol. Heaven did gain another angel to soon. RIP Chloe we love you, and I will always cherish the necklace you gave me for Christmas last year.
We love and miss you Chloe.
RIP Chloe you’ll be missed
fly high cousin
you will be missed
To a beautiful angel that is flying high…RIP Chole
u were loved by many here on earth..
We love you chloe renee!!!! no more pain on this earth… Rest in Peace!!! We love you baby girl
We love you Chloe
Beautiful angel gained her wings…RIP
You were such a sweet little girl.. We will miss you
God had bigger plans for you… Love you
Miss you baby girl… Love you
Deepest condolences to all of Chloe’s family and friends. Losing someone so dearly loved, is always heartbreaking. May you have comfort and peace while cherishing precious memories of Chloe. May God also give you the peace and comfort you need during this difficult time. (Psalm 147:3).
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Chloe Renee Randolph Abdikadir was born on February 10, 1999 to her mother Renee Mueller and father Michael Randolph in Evansville, Indiana.
She was survived by her 9 month old son Slimani Abdikadir, her mother Renee (Steve) Mueller of Evansville, Indiana, her father Michael (Kristie) Randolph of Henderson, Kentucky. She also survived by her siblings Bryan (Maria) Mueller, Jayson Randolph, Brecken Randolph and John Michael Randolph all of Henderson, KY; aunts Darryleen (JR) of Evansville, Ginger “Gigi” (Joe) Carroll of Henderson, KY, Kimberly (Jeff) Wood of Evansville; uncles Darryl (Kara) Duncan of Evansville, Jim Musgrave of Evansville; cousins Damien, Angela, Victoria, Christopher, Hilary (Heroshi), Wyatt, Landon (Meredith), Skylar, August, Ivie, Chevy, Brittany Wiseman, and Kelly Wood all of Evansville, and Rosie Amoroso of New Jersey.
She is proceeded in death by her grandparents Carl (Pepe) Randolph, Charlotte (Mimi) VanWinkle Smith, Bettye (Granny) Cook Duncan and Darryl Duncan, and her cousin David Lee Flowers.
Chloe was a daughter, sister, mother and friend with the biggest heart to love and care for others. She graduated high school in Henderson, Kentucky in 2016 and attended Henderson Community College. She had a passion of helping others and being a mother to Slim.
Family and friends can come visit from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 10th at Sunset Funeral Home. A visitation will also be held from 10 a.m. until the time of service at 11 a.m. at Sunset Funeral Home on Thursday, April 11th. There will be a dinner to follow at Living Word Fellowship Church.
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