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Randy Lynn Heck

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Randy Lynn Heck

Funeral services for Randy Lynn Heck, a Coalgate resident, were held Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. at Brown’s Funeral Chapel in Coalgate with Gary Weeden officiating. Burial was in Centrahoma Cemetery with Brown’s Funeral Service of Coalgate in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Heck was born March 29, 1964 to R. L. “Dutch” and Mary Lee (Harris) Heck at Coalgate and passed away May 16, 2021 at Coalgate at the age of 57 years, 1 month and 18 days. He attended Centrahoma School and graduated from Coalgate High School in 1982. Randy attended college and also went to Truck Driving School. He was a truck driver and pilot car driver. Randy loved OU Sooners and was a member of the Coalgate Athletic Hall of Fame. He enjoyed watching his grandkids play ball. Randy enjoyed going to the lake and riding in his boat. He loved watching live music and had a special connection with nature and animals.

Survivors include his daughters, Jennifer Lynn Gurley and husband Ray of Cedar Park, TX, Alyssa Lea-Ann Cole of Idabel, OK, Stevie Skye Ryan and husband Cody of Centrahoma, OK and Brandi Elizabeth Mitchell of Coalgate; son, Reece Logan Heck of Ada, OK; grandchildren, Gabe, Faith, Banner, Wylee, Sadie, Akilah, Karson and Kimberlyn; sisters, Ricky Loudermilk and husband Dan of Coalgate and Marilyn K. Morgan and husband Doyle of Ada, OK; brother, Tom Heck and wife Donna of Phillips, OK; along with numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parent, R. L. “Dutch: and Mary Lee (Harris) Heck; sister and brother-in-law, Shirley and Tommy Morgan and brother, Hayward Heck.

Casketbearers were Allen Chapman, Matthew Morgan, Keyvin Heck, Chase Heck, Cody Ryan, and Cliff Tomlinson. Honorary bearers were Kellen Heck, David Burris, Gary Ridley, Les Pebworth, Steve Byrd, Mark Carney, Bo Cox, Stacy Williams and Ronnie Reeves.

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