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04/17/1951 — 05/08/2022
From Kennewick, WA
Celebration of Life
Randall “Randy” Duane Eubanks, age 71 of Kennewick, passed away on Sunday, May 8, 2022. He was born to the late Duane Clark Eubanks and the late Esther May Eubanks (Andersen) on April 17, 1951.
Randy graduated from Kennewick High School in 1969. Randy married Sue Dyken on November 26, 1975 and together they raised three children; Stan, Jeremy, and Amber. Randy will always be known for his passion for the Seattle Seahawks and Gonzaga Basketball team. Throughout the years, he could often be found coaching on the sideline of a soccer field, walleye fishing with his sons, and rooting on any of his grandkids’ athletic teams.
Randy was preceded in death by his father Duane, mother Esther, and wife Sue. Randy is survived by his son Stan, his wife Natalie and their two children- Slater and Clare- all of Pasco; his son Jeremy, his wife Tara and their three children- Madison, Zachary, and Carson- all of Bothell; and her daughter Amber of Caldwell, ID. Randy is also survived by his brother Bruce Eubanks and his wife Loretta of Pasco; and his sister Diana Wendlinger of Waianae, HI. There are also many other loving family and friends that will dearly miss Randy.
Celebration of life will be held at Einan’s Sunset Chapel in Richland and is scheduled for 3:00 pm on May 27, 2022, with a reception to follow at Stan and Natalie’s home. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Randy’s life. We will be having his favorite sports teams as a theme for the services; please join us by wearing Gonzaga, Seahawks, or Sonics apparel.
RIP, Randy. You were a good guy. Condolences to your family.
So Sorry to hear this sad news I worked with Randy at b- plant for numerous years. He was always nice happy helpful guy to work with. He will certainly be missed by all. Prayers to the family.
Bless you Randy. Now you will get to see your mom and dad and your fun with Sue.
Jeremy and family – I’m so sorry for your loss. Losing a parent hurts in a special way. I never met him, but your dad must’ve been pretty great to have raised a human like you, Jeremy. Thankful for that and thinking of you, Tara and the kids and your extended family as you go through this tough time. I know it all too well. Praying for peace, wisdom, and all the good memories.
We will always remember how your dad was at every game supporting you. He was always so nice to everyone. He was a good dad and a good role model for you. Our love. The Lennox family.
I wished things could have been different. I love you kids.