Lasting Memories

Randall Mark Feldman
1954-Feb. 27, 2014
Menlo Park, California

Randy Feldman from Menlo Park, passed away on February 27, 2014, surrounded by his family. He was 59 years old.

He was a devoted husband, loving father, son, brother and uncle.

Randy was a man of many talents. He could fix anything, would help anyone, and talk to everyone. He lived his life with an infectious energy; a fun-loving father and friend with a passion for big things (like fireworks).

Beloved husband of Linda Feldman for 28 years; loving father of Jessica Lynn and Alison Michelle; loving son to Bernard and Ellen Feldman, and Marian Hammer; loving brother to Michael, Daniel, Adam, and Marshall, and many nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed by his family, and many, many friends.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Randy's name to The Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation, 3111 S. Valley View Blvd., Suite B -111, Las Vegas, NV 89102; The Lion's Burn Care Center at University Medical Center, 1800 W. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89102; or to the charity of your choice.

From Kris and Sandy Hanson
March 12, 2014

To the Feldman family, We wish to extend our heartfelt sympathies to all at this very sad time. We will always remember Randy as a fun , generous , happy man who loved life. Our prayers of comfort and love will be with you all. May God comfort everyone in this difficult time of loss. Sincerely Kris and Sandy and family.

From Dennis Manochio Jr.
March 7, 2014

I'd like to express my sincere condolences to the Feldman family. Deepest sympathy, Dennis Manochio Jr. and Family

From John Catania
March 5, 2014

Growing up with "Micky" & Randy was a time I will cherish forever ! We had great! Honest to goodness times, the twins were inseparable and just total fun to be with. It's hard to believe this news. My deepest condolences go out to all the Feldman family and friends. I often think of my teenage friends Micky & Randy I will never forget the white station wagon your folks let us use as kids, nor the bright red triumph sports car You both shared. Someday we will re unite again and talk about the old times Until then rest peacefully Randy You will be missed dearly

From Steve Merlino
March 3, 2014

Randy was a friend and co-work for many years at Raychem Corporation. He enjoyed life and loved fireworks. He could talk for hours about his passion for putting on great firework shows. I still remember the great display Randy and his brother put on at Raychem. I think it was the day that Raychem had it's Billion Doller Day celebration. I would occasionally run into him in a store or on the street and we would talk and reminisce about old times when we worked together. He was a great person and I will miss him very much.

From Vicki Balfour
March 2, 2014

Yes, Randy did have infectious, playful energy and would talk to anyone. I will never forget the time Randy invited me to help with his 4th of July fireworks show in Antioch in 2009. What focus he had! I also remember how when my bike got stolen, Randy drove me to Walmart so I could buy a new one. He then put together the entire bicycle for me. He always went beyond the call of duty. I will miss you Randy, with your wry sense of humor and observations. My heart goes out to his wonderful family.

From Tony Young
March 2, 2014

My brother, nephew and I missed you during this year Bok Kai Festival event in Marysville California. It was almost yesterday we were doing Fireworks show together and now you are gone. You have always been there to help us out and we thank you for that. Rest in Peace my friend and you will be missed by all of us.