Randy Leaman

Randy died Sunday Oct 8, 2023.

He was married to wife & best friend, Deb. He was the son of Warren & Mary Leaman.

He is survived by brothers & sisters- Don, Lois, Betty, Gene, Judi, Phyllis, Brenda, Tom, Barbara, Ron. He was preceded in death by Bob, Ken, Louise.

Randy graduated from Hempfield, class of “69”. He was in the Coast Guard Reserves. He was employed with his wife at Leaman’s Recon in Manheim. After retirement, he became a crossing guard in Mountville.

He enjoyed walking, cooking, reading, crossword puzzles, sprint car racing & time spent at Mountville VFW Post 8757 & “the barn” where along with his friends solved all the problems of the world & the accuracy of Joe Calhoun’s weather reports. “I will miss you all!”

At his request there will be no service. No flowers please.

Cremation Services of Lancaster – 717-cremate

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  • I had known Randy for lots of years beginning when he had his business on Manheim Pike in Lancaster. What a fun guy to know. We only did a small amount of business together but it always went well. I moved my business to Manheim and he also moved across the street from me. We didn’t get together often but always had a good laugh together. Many days when he left work I’d be outside and get a friendly horn honk from him. Great guy and I’ll miss him.Rich Keister Lancaster Car Co.

  • Tom and I wish to express our deepest sympathy. Randy will be dearly missed. He holds a special place in our hearts. He was always so kind with a ready smile. Our hearts go out to you and your family. Thinking of you at this most difficult time.

  • What can I say but that Randy will be missed by all who knew him. I live in the neighborhood and always looked for him when he was crossing guard or later when he would be out for exercise. He would even cross the street to talk or we would yell over the traffic on a busy day. My sincere sympathy to the family and to his many friends.

  • Randy was not only our brother-in-law, but also our friend. He was a very hardworking, kind and caring person who loved his pets. Randy will be forever missed.
    Tom & Linda

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