Sandra Kay Randolph
October 17, 1947  -  April 22, 2018

Sandra Kay Randolph

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Chapel of Hope
3321 N. Dal Paso St.
Hobbs, NM  88240
Thursday, April 26, 2018
2:00 pm
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Sandra Kay Lackey Randolph, 70, graced this world with her presence on Oct. 17, 1947 in Plainview, Texas. She left her earthly life on April 22, 2018 in Hobbs following a recurring battle with cancer.
Kay is one of nine children born to Mary and Claudis Lackey. She married the love of her life Ken Randolph on Nov. 22, 1968 in Brownfield, Texas. They would have celebrated 50 years together in marriage this year.
Kay’s greatest achievements in life involved her three children, Kathy, Kevin, and Kerri. She thoroughly enjoyed watching her beloved Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers, win or lose, sitting on her patio and playing with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
She and Ken spent the later part of their lives traveling throughout North America with family and friends and stopped at any casino within sight.
She is survived by her loving husband Ken, of the home, three children Kathy Randolph of Espanola, N.M.; Kevin (Julie) Randolph of Cibolo, Texas; and Kerri Hardiman of Artesia; six grandchildren, Tiffany, Brittany, Kaylyn, Kendon, Blake and Bailey; four great-grandchildren Gabrielle, Damian, Kaleb and Serenity and one sister Linda Lackey of Hobbs.
She is preceded in death by her parents, four sisters, Wanda, Joan, Joyce and Betty; three brothers, Gerald, Don and Doug and son-in-law Larry Hardiman.

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  1. Janice Jones
    Hobbs, NM

    I was so sorry to hear of your loss. You will be in our prayers in the coming days. I would have loved to attend the memorial service, but we are in the process of closing our law office, and things are really hectic., but I was think of all of you at that time.

  2. Donald Haviland
    Albuquerque, NM

    Kay was a very sweet and caring lady. I will never forget how kind and generous she was to my mom (Mary Jane Haviland) in her final days. Rest in Peace Kay...
    Donald Haviland

  3. Andy and Cheri LaReau
    Roswell, NM

    May God's grace and comfort fill your lives at this difficult time. We were truly blessed to know Kay.

  4. Jess and Kay Fuller
    Hobbs, NM

    We are sorry for the lost of Kay, wife and Mom. And grandma
    Peace be with all of you at this time
    Prayers for strength to get through these days
    God bless all
    Love ya

  5. Ruth Parker
    Hobbs, NM

    Kay will be greatly missed! Prayers for all her family.

  6. Toni Noble
    Missoula, MT

    Praying For You All,We Love You.

  7. Jennifer Warden
    Odessa, TX

    I am so sorry for your loss! I will keep you all in my prayers! God Bless!

  8. James Pung
    Conroe, TX

    Thank you Kay for being so nice to me from the very first time I met you. You accepted me as family and for that I’ll forever remember you. I loved how ornery you were all the time. Thanks for the laughs, the memories, and the kindness. James Pung and family...

  9. Jimmy Thomas
    Lumberton, TX

    Sending love and comfort at his difficult time to your family. We love you all.

  10. Mr. &Mrs. Dennis Maltbie and family
    Buckeye, AZ

    Praying for you all. We love you .

  11. Toni R Noble
    Missoula, MT

    Thinking of you all,She is in Heaven with the Family and in no more pain. Love You All Very Much.

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