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Randy Lee Brewer

November 13, 1961 ~ June 20, 2021 (age 59)


Randy Lee Brewer, 59, of Amarillo Texas died Sunday, June 20,2021. He died following multiple heart attacks which resulted in complete heart failure.

Randy was born November 13, 1961. He was born and raised in Lubbock Texas where he attended Coronado High School. As an adult, Randy resided in Denver Colorado and later in Amarillo Texas. Randy worked a variety of jobs through out his life. He expressed that his most fulfilling job was working on a ranch where he cooked and served food to ranch hands and guest at a hunting reserve ran by the ranch. This job experience gave him great joy. In his younger days he loved camping and fishing. Randy enjoyed working with his computer where he was able to connect with family and friends, surf the web, watch movies or just play a game. He was creative and to express his creativity he would paint and draw while drinking lots and lots of coffee!

Randy was proceeded in death by his mother, Scottie Rose Green Brewer, when he was a toddler.

He is survived by his parents, Clifford and Sandra Brewer of Tucson Arizona, a brother, Dole and Karen Brewer of Corinth Texas, and a sister, Kelly and Harry Lippold. Randy had threes nephews and two nieces, Jake Brewer, Kyle Brewer, Katie Brewer Davenport, Melanie Lippold, and Dylan Lippold.

At this time no services are planned. Randy had previously registered to be an organ donor and at the end of his life was able to gift his kidneys. We are thankful his selfless gift of life may help others. We pray that those donor recipients heal rapidly from their transplant and are blessed by strong healthy kidneys.

As Randy has now entered into eternity, we will be comforted by the peace of God and trust in the grace of God. We will celebrate Randy by living our lives to the fullest and in showing kindness to others, knowing that a kind word or a smile can impact the lives around us. In lieu of flowers or donations to honor Randy, we ask that you spend time with your love ones, show kindness to others, consider organ donation, and place your trust in our savior Jesus Christ.

Rest in peace my dear brother.... Love you, Kelly.


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