The Woodward News

August 5, 2013

Randy Pack

Woodward News

Woodward, Okla. —

Randy Pack, 62 year old Mooreland resident, died Friday, August 2, 2013 in Oklahoma City. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm on Monday, August 5, 2013 in the Mooreland First Baptist Church with the Reverend David Houchin and Reverend E.J. Adams officiating. Interment will follow in the Moorleand Cemetery with the Billings Funeral Home in charge fo arrangements.

Marvin Randell “Randy” Pack was born on October 30, 1950 in Duncan, Oklahoma to Marvin J. and Billie Jo (Stacy) Pack. During his fifth grade school year Randy moved to Mooreland, Oklahoma with his family. Randy graduated from Mooreland High School with the class of 1968. He then attended Panhandle State University, before graduating from Northwestern Oklahoma State University where he graduated with his Bachelor of Science Degree. Randy went to work in the oil field for a short time. Randy then worked for the Environmental Protection Agency as an Inspector. He also worked for Sonic Corporation as a vendor. He would travel the United States and do repair work to Sonic buildings.

Randy enjoyed thoroughbred horses. His mission work was very important to him and he spent many hours witnessing to people about Christ. Randy was the always the person to lend a helping hand to others whether it be listening to someone’s problems or giving away his last dollar to help.

Randy is survived by his mother, Jo Pack of Mooreland; three daughters, Rene Pack of Mooreland; Deanna Pack, and Brook Pack both of Gate; sister, Rhenda Wines of Mooreland; two nieces, Renyssa Berry and husband Jason of Weatherford; Valerie Hickman and husband Joey of Woodward; one nephew, Dr. Aaron Wines and wife Crystal of Blanchard; great nieces and nephew, Renzy and Jalen Berry, Xara, Xavin and Vexley Hickman and Lucas Wines; cousin who was like a sister, Sharon Dunbar and husband Guy of Edmond; other family and many, many friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Marvin Pack.

Memorials may be made to the First Baptist Church Building Fund with the funeral home accepting the memorials.

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