1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Randall Keith Crofts

November 25, 1954 - November 10, 2019

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    Sandy Probst says

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    We love you and miss you ❤ Sandy, Jayson & Jaydon

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    Randy says

    We had many good times in our younger days. Worked together. Went to school together, and partied together.
    With sincere condolences to your family.
    See you on the other side,
    Randy McClanahan

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    Andy Roper says

    Just a couple.Sitting in lawn chairs drinking beer at my river camp.Over at my house playing clabber all night.Oh i don’t want leave out drinking beer.I’m sure you would have told me not to leave out that lmportant detail. Randy I Love you Andy Roper your Diamond Villa Brother

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Randall Keith Crofts, 64, passed away on November 10, 2019. He was born on November 25, 1954 to Henry Neal and Shirley Marie Crofts in Evansville, Indiana.

Randy was a collector. He loved collecting guns, knives, and knick knacks. He loved taking his family and friends shooting, fishing, and going to flea markets.
Randy enjoyed watching shows like Antique Roadshow and Sanford and Sons. He also enjoyed taking his dog to the Donut Bank and sharing a cherry filled donut or iced long john with him. Randy was a member of the Westside Sportsman’s Club and the NRA. He was a loving father and grandfather and will be dearly missed.

Randy was preceded in death by his mother Shirley Marie Crofts; grandmother Evelyn Weissman; and his grandfather Valentine Weissman.

Randy is survived by his children Trent (Marisa) Crofts and Mandy (Jared) Ransom; his grandchildren Khloie, Trinity, and Maddux Ransom; his siblings Dennis Crofts and Sandy (Jayson) Probst; his father Henry Neal Crofts; his nephew Jaydon Probst; his best friend Gary “Slinky” Wells; and his dog Buddy.