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Randall Lee Anthony

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Randall Lee Anthony, 84, passed away May 2, 2021 at his home in Eustace with his family by his side. He was born in Eustace Jan. 18, 1937 to William and Soleta Anthony. He graduated from Eustace High School in 1955 where he was voted most likely to succeed. 
Randall married Patsy Davis in 1958. He joined the army as a field medic where they were stationed in Germany. He was presented the Soldier of the Month Award in September, 1960. 
In 1961, they started their family which consist of four daughters. After being honorably discharged from the army, Randall started his career with Sears and Roebuck. 
Retiring in 1993, they made Eustace their forever home. During retirement, he enjoyed gardening, playing 42 and blackjack and visiting with grandkids. He continued lifelong friendships with Cliff McMahan and Fudgeo Lunday. 
Randall was proceeded in death by his wife of 56 years Patsy Anthony, parents, sisters Helen Jones and Louise Miner and brother Shirley Anthony. 
He is survived by his daughters Sherry Jackson and husband Jeff of Kemp, Rhonda Lammons and husband Joe of Eustace, Tonya (Buffy) Shotton and husband Scott of Cortland, Ill. and Shana Daniels and husband Robert of Little Elm, grandchildren Jennifer and Josh Parker, Jamie and Chase Snuffer, Stephanie and Chris Glover, Stacey and Billy Cox, Alexis Shotton and fiancé, Ryan, Cameron Shotton, Lydia Shotton, Carter Daniels, Riley Daniels, Morgan Jackson and Cora Daniels, great-grandkids Maddie Glover, Boomer Cox, Tanner Lammons, Mikayla Cox, Ethan Parker, Miranda Glover, Collin Parker and Addy Ramirez and his significant other Libby Crossman. 
Funeral services will be held Thursday, May 6, 2021 at Eubank Funeral Home in Mabank. Visitation will be held from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., memorial service at 2 p.m. and graveside service immediately following at Goshen Cemetery in Eustace. 
Memorial donations may be made to the 42 Hall in Mabank, TX. A special thank you to Hospice Plus for the wonderful care they provided.