For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.
II Cornithians 5:1
Frank Thomas Randall was born in Stephens, Arkansas on February 26, 1932 to the proud parents of the late Snow and Martha Hendricks Randall. He was the youngest of five children. One brother, James Randall and one sister, Earnestine Toney preceded him in death.
He confessed his Christian faith at an early age and united with Springhill A.M.E. Church. After moving to Chicago, he united with the Mt. Olive African Methodist Episcopal church and later with St. James A.M.E., Camden, Arkansas where he was a faithful member until his health failed.
He attended Nevada County Training School, Rosston, AR and Carver High School, Stephens, Ar. He married his high school sweetheart, Opal Louise Hunter in 1952. To this union, one child, Frankie Randall was born. After his son Frankie was born, they moved to Chicago where he worked for the Chicago Housing Authority and resided until 1999.
Frank took great pride in his career and was recognized time and time again with countless awards his determination, dedication, and diligence. Frank was a celebrity and comedian in his own right, however, his true pride and joy was his family. He was the best husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother, and most outstanding friend you could have. He had many friends and impacted many lives. Frank Randall peacefully made his transition from time into eternity on August 22, 2013.
He leaves to cherish his precious memory: one son, Frankie Randall and daughter-in-law, Joyce Ann Randall of Camden, AR; two brothers, George Randall of Stephens, AR and John Randall of Chicago, IL; three grandchildren, Sequoia Randall and Frankie Randall, both of Springdale, AR and Thomas Randall (Ola) of Camden, AR; one great-grandchild; Temitayo Randall of Camden, AR; a special friend; Lueteen Daniels; a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.