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Randy Steven Mcleod

July 29, 1953 — August 28, 2022

Randy Steven McLeod passed away August 28, 2022, in Omaha, Nebraska at the age of 69 years. He was born July 29, 1953, in Clarinda, Iowa.

Randy is preceded in death by his parents, Warren and Dorothy (nee: John) McLeod; brother Richard McLeod; and sister Linda Sleep.

He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Janet McLeod (nee: Hutter); children Eric McLeod, Kara McLeod, Katy (Jason) Gordon, and Jenna (Angel) Figueroa; grandchildren Jax, Sloane, Wesleigh, Amerlin and Alejandro; many nieces, nephews, and other family.

Randy and Janet met in the Navy and fell in love right away! They started a family while mom was in Nursing School and dad worked as a Claims Adjuster. They supported each other in everything they did.

Randy was a loving father who doated on all his kids while teaching us to respect others and know our self-worth. We remember there was always a candy for every holiday that he would stash in his drawer next to his blue recliner. We would sneak over to his drawer to get a couple pieces when he snoozed, but he always woke up and made us giggle that he caught us.

We remember our dad to be a fighter in everything he did while always having a genuine smile on his face. A heart attack, major car accident that broke his back in two places and rattled his brain. He's the longest living prostate cancer survivor at the Omaha VA, living over twelve years when he was given a prognosis of only five. It led to a stroke that paralyzed his right side. He always said that cancer wouldn't take his life, and it didn't. Dad chose to have a major surgery to repair an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm knowing things could go wrong but chose to because he didn't want to be the one to hurt someone should it burst while driving. His body was just so tired of all the fighting that he had done his whole life that his heart finally gave out along with other complications from the surgery.

He passed away with his family at his side.

Dad did not wish to have a funeral service when he died, he wanted a remembrance of life. He didn't want anyone to remember the struggles or disagreements that they might have faced with him. He wanted them to remember the good and happy times. With this said, we are working on a time and place to have family and friends meet for a "Hello Forever" gettogether to remember Randy! Please be patient while we get this set up from different parts of the United States! Thank you!

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