Raymond Arthur Randolph

Randolph PhotoRaymond Arthur Randolph “Ray” was born November 5, 1936 into this world and passed over into the Lord’s hands on October 18, 2015. He graduated from the McDonald Douglas Aerospace Engineering School and University of Houston. He spent his career as an aerospace engineer, working on the Apollo, Skylab, Apollo-Soyuz, Space Shuttle and Space Station programs at Kennedy Space Center and Johnson Space Center. For hobbies, Ray loved cooking on his Weber “The Grill” perfecting the Rib-Eye, fishing, and flying remote-controlled airplanes. He was a loving husband and father, a generous man with a tender heart. He leaves behind wife Resha Randolph; son Robert Jeffrey “Jeff” and wife Cathy Randolph; daughter Kristin Randolph-Westerhof and husband Rob Westerhof, grandson AJ Randolph-Westerhof; step-daughter Laila Sandel, and step-grandsons Damon Samoska and Devin Sandel; many other family members and friends who will miss him greatly. He was preceded in death by his mother Ameila Randolph and father Art Randolph. The Family will receive friends at 10am with a Memorial Service at 11am on Saturday,October 24, 2015 at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main, League City, Texas 77573. In Lieu of flowers, you may send a memorial to a charity of your choice.


  1. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time of sorrow.

    Shelley G.
  2. Resha:

    I am so sorry to hear about Ray. I hope you were able to spend quite a bit of time together now that you were both retired.

    My heartfelt condolences.
    Karen Marie

    Karen Marie Osegueda
  3. Resha and to all that suffered this loss, my heart felt sympathies and prayers for your strength.
    Susan E C

  4. I miss you Dad. It’s been 2 years now and I still think of you everyday.


    Robert J Randolph
  5. Going on 3 years, the void is still there and miss you more than ever.
    Love Klyde

    Kristin Randolph
  6. Well Dad,
    4 years have passed and I still miss you. While you may be gone, you will never be forgotten.


    Robert J Randolph
  7. Five years and it’s not any easier. Love you and miss you more each day.

    Kristin “ Klyde”
  8. It’s been 5 years Dad and I still miss you.

    Robert J Randolph
  9. I’ve cried an ocean of tears as years go by. 6 years feels like yesterday. Love you and think of you everyday. Love ya Dad my hero.

    Kristin Randolph
  10. 7 years feels like a lifetime. It is in a way. Your grandson finished high school and will be finishing university in May. I miss you so much. Our football discussions, fishing trips and most of all the Pelican games. Love you Dad

    Kristin Randolph
  11. 8 years Dad still seems like yesterday. Your Grandson finished university, life is moving forward at a fast pace. Still think of you each day, especially during football games. Please stay in my heart and memory.

    Kristin Randolph

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