Ann E. Randt, age 88, was called home to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday, October 8, 2020. She was born in Needville, TX on Sunday, December 6, 1931. She retired after 26 years from Nabisco of Houston, Texas, where she worked as a machine operator. Ann “MeeMa” as most of everyone called her, had a giving heart and whether family or not you were family to her and she would ALWAYS make others feel that way. Ann was a dog lover, an avid baker, seamstress and EVERYONE’s Meema!
She enjoyed playing cards, dominoes and volleyball in the pool along with cheering on her beloved H-town sports teams, The Texans, The Astros and The Rockets.
Ann is proceeded in death by her parents, Eli “Papa”and Delilah “BooBoo” Baty, sisters Abby Baker and Ruth Harrison, Baby Boy Randt and husband of 62 years, Donald H. Randt “PeePa”.
She is survived by daughters, Brenda Blue and husband Gerald, Cathy Lavigne and husband Robby, son Darryl Randt and wife Gloria, daughter Karyn Risch and husband Scott.
~7 Grandchildren: Gary Lett and wife Elizabeth, Alan Lavigne and wife Susan, Keri Hefner and husband Gary, Donald Lavigne and wife Amanda, Brett Lavigne and wife Krystal, Darryl Randt Jr. and Chris Risch
~16 Great-Grandchildren: Aaron and Connor Lett, Fallon, Gaige, Ellie, Jonathan and Audrie Lavigne, Nolan, Madison and Garrison Hefner, JT and Emma Lavigne, Caroline Lavigne, Shyanne, Lyllian and Abby Risch along with several other honorary children, grand children, family and friends.
Family and friends are cordially invited to attend a Celebration of Life and Funeral service on Saturday, October 17, 2020 Visitation starts at 10:00am, Funeral Service@11:00am, Friendswood Baptist Church, 315 West Shadow Bend, Friendswood, Texas 77546 (Masks required)
Services provided by J. Robinson and Sons Mortuary.
Final resting place is at Forest Park Lawndale 6900 Lawndale St, Houston, TX
In lieu of flowers a donation can be made to Friendswood Baptist Church in honor of her name.
She is clothed in strength and dignity and she laughs without fear of the future. ~ Proverbs 31:25
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