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JERIMIAH RANDOLPH

JERIMIAH RANDOLPH

Jerimiah R. Randolph of Penn Valley died Aug. 6. He was 28.

Services will be held at 3 p.m., Aug. 15, at Calvary Bible Church, Cedar Ridge on Highway 174.



Mr. Randolph was born Oct. 24, 1979, in Sacramento to Don Kirby and Kathy Simpson. He attended Nevada Union High School until 11th grade. He was a master carpenter and enjoyed snowboarding, water skiing, Hurts Doughnuts, spending time with his two children and his family and friends.

Mr. Randolph is survived by his daughter, Alexis Randolph of Penn Valley; son, Joshua Randolph of Penn Valley; mother, Kathy Simpson of Nevada City; stepfather, Bruce Simpson of Nevada City; father, Don Kirby of Citrus Heights; stepmother, Kimberly Kirby of Citrus Heights; brothers Ashton Simpson of Nevada City, Cody Kirby of Citrus Heights, Ryan Simpson of Hawaii and Colby Lemke of Cascade Shores; sister, Kristen Simpson of Sacramento; grandparents Nancy and Johnny Lilly of Oregon and Gene and Shirley Kirby of Folsom; grandfather, George Carter of Roseville; uncles and aunts Tom and Ingrid Carter of Grass Valley and Jimmy and Lisa Carter of Texas; aunts Candy Holtzapple of Vacaville and Connie Kirby of Elk Grove; uncles Dennis Lilly of Oregon and Ron Kirby of Folsom, and cousins RJ Hernandez of Placerville, Anthony Holtzapple of Vacaville, Madison Holtzapple of Vacaville and Tristin Carter of Los Angeles.




Arrangements are under the direction of Chapel of the Angels Mortuary in Grass Valley.


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