300 South Avenue M

Olney. TX 76374

Phone: (940) 564-5533

Fax: (940) 564-5535

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Randall W. Weems
September 10, 1950 - January 10, 2019

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Larry Swartz

Lenexa, KS

I am proud to say that Randall was my friend. I don't have many good friends and I included Randall in that list. We talked a few days before Christmas. It was great to talk to him and share some stories of the past year. He and Lora (Sis as I call her) will always be in my heart. I will miss you.
Monday, January 21, 2019


Tom (Pudge) Cox

Collbran, CO

Randell was a great guy, and a good sportsman. He loved the outdoors and the other hunters loved him. He was one of a kind and will truly be missed.
Saturday, January 19, 2019


George L. Dwight

Pueblo, CO

On A/R forums Randall had over 31,000 posts.
I was impressed from the beginning when reading
what he had to say was nearly always trying to
be informative and educate the rest of us. Amazing
what he knew about animals and such.
He's already missed by a great many. May he RIP.

We all have great hopes Texas Game & Fish will build
that fish pond. Quite a few of us on A/R will be willing to
help if we can and know the needs.
Lora, please let some of us know how things are going both
for you and toward the pond. That's a great idea.
Best wishes,

Saturday, January 19, 2019


frances H. Copeland

Olney, TX

I a so ver sorry of theloss of yre loved one.1 I did not know him ,but my prayers are with all of the faily. this is sovery hurts for the family/.
Thursday, January 17, 2019


Darren Sessom

Plano, TX


You taught me how to really fish and hunt. Going fishing behind Granbury dam as they released the water, dove hunting in sunflower fields, squirrel hunting, shooting bullfrogs out of ponds, catching 3 fish at the same time and on the same line. Hamburger beans to sausage biscuits for a random road trip somewhere like the mountains in OK or to the coast while jamming out to ZZTop and fishing off of the piers at night and going behind the scenes at the zoo. I always bragged about being able go places in the zoo that most patrons can't go. You may not have known how deeply you affected my life but, you did indeed.....more than you will ever know.
Rest in peace and know that you will always hold a special place in my life and heart.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019


Glenda Sessom Accaputo

Granbury, TX

Even though separated by many years, Randall was once a vital, interesting, adventurous part of the lives of myself and my three sons. They once quipped “we are the only kids we know whose dinner was killed and cooked just for us”. They loved going fishing with him and going to the zoo alot. We loved his fried crappie nuggets and special sauce. I remember a visit or two to Loving to visit the York family, going for a boat ride and my city boys trying to ride a horse😬. This is a sad loss for all who knew and cared for Randall, especially Lora. Many good memories and prayers for all who are missing the “mountain man”, Crazy Horse! He used to say he was born 100 years too late. I think his lifestyle showed he was right. Fly high! We will never forget you
Wednesday, January 16, 2019


Lora B Weems

Olney, TX

Kenny, don't forget, you were one of his groomsmen at our wedding. If you don't have my phone # , email me and I'll give it to you...
Wednesday, January 16, 2019


Kenny York

Loving,Texas, TX

Randall was my best friend growing up in high school. We hunted or fished most days and were together almost always. We talked alot about what we would do when we graduated and we both wanted to be involved with the outdoors. I went to college to be a wildlife biologist while Randall had several jobs here and there. No i didn't finish. I got married and started a family. But Randall got a job at the Ft. Worth zoo. PERFECT, I'm sure he was the best employee they ever had. We didn't see much of each other but i was so happy for him. Later. when he retired he worked on a ranch taking care of wildlife. PERFECT. Randall lived the life he had dreamed of from the start. He married a woman he dearly loved and was a very, very happy man. i'm gonna miss you Randall you were a good friend and a good man. Thanks for being my friend. I love you brother.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019


Brenda stewart

Newcastle, TX

Randall was unique,I am so glad he was my friend.you will be missed ,R.I.P. Randall
Tuesday, January 15, 2019


mike mcconnell

ennis, TX

What a special person indeed, to truly know Randall, is to love him. He could be harsh and loving, but that was just him. First time I encountered Randall was on a hunting forum, and everything he said I took exception to. He and I would argue back and forth, until I put away how it was said and just listened to the words,

Randall, was so full of knowledge that I have rarely ever come by,and he could look at things so differently from me. At the end of the day I would agree with him begrudging, because he was right.

I have had some great times with Randall in a duck blind and saw what a true and genuine person he was, and for that I am blessed. I call Randall my friend, but I have not been a very good friend. Have not seen him in years, but you know, his memory is etched in my heart , God love you my friend, I will never forget you.

Monday, January 14, 2019


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