Randall N. Buddy

Randall N. Buddy

April 9, 1945 - February 10, 2021
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Randall N. Buddy,

Saginaw, Michigan.

Beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother passed away Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Age 75 years. Son of the late Harold R. and Edna M. (Wiesner) Buddy, Randall was born April 9, 1945 in Saginaw, Michigan. He married Jean L. Demongey, his loving wife of 53 years, on May 13, 1967. She survives him. Randall was an industrial engineer at Saginaw Steering Gear now Delphi for 37 years. He enjoyed gardening, tennis and spending time with his family at the cottage at Bear Lake in Kalkaska, Michigan.

Surviving besides his wife Jean are one son and one daughter, Scott R. Buddy, Saginaw; Lindsay and Michael Fleming, Ann Arbor; two granddaughters, Tess and Ellie Fleming; three sisters, Diane Hill, Hudsonville; Teri Nichols, Saginaw; Sandi and Larry VanSlembrouck, Gladwin; many nieces and nephews. Randall was preceded in death by his sister, Patricia Boettcher and his brother, Harold R. Buddy Jr.

A private Funeral Service and burial will take place at Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Saginaw, Michigan. Please share memories and condolences at
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Steve Fleming

Posted at 10:41pm
We are praying for you Jean, Lindsay, Scott, and all of the other family and friends who will surely miss Randy. He was always ready to have a friendly conversation and I enjoyed talking to him about engineering, in particular. God bless,
Steve, Anne, Serena, Mathias & AnnaB

Jim Schofield

Posted at 04:55pm
Randy was a good friend and a great engineer.
Plus he was married to my favorite cousin.
We both worked at plant 2, SSG he would always come by the tool room to catch up . Also stop by the cottage when in the area.
Our best to you Jean and family
Jim & Kathy

Betty Coleman

Posted at 09:50pm
The Coleman family will cherish the many happy times and memories made with both Jean and Randy. Our grandkids have fond memories of learning to play tennis with Randy and kayaking at Bear Lake. Randy was a big kid at heart. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Debbie Schmolitz

Posted at 07:16pm
We are so sorry for your loss, Jean. Remembering Randy as a delightful friendly neighbor who loved to stop and chat when we crossed paths on daily walks. What a great conversationalist he was, too! He will be missed.

Dan Fleming Posted at 09:08pm

Jean, we are so sorry for your loss. We have great memories of Randy, the last one being our long girls' basketball discussions over Thanksgiving dinner. He will live on not only in our memories, but also through his wonderful grandchildren. Our prayers are with you at this difficult time. Love, Dan, Christine, Katie and David Fleming (San Antonio, TX)

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