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418 North 13th Street
P.O. Box 1557
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: 903-874-3755
Fax: 903-874-5621
Randy McCain

Randy Lee McCain

Tuesday, January 4th, 1955 - Thursday, March 7th, 2019
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Randy Lee McCain, 64, passed away at his home in Mildred, Texas on March 7, 2019. Randy was born in Corsicana, Texas to Betty Joyce and Roy Lee McCain on January 4, 1955.

Randy moved from Corsicana to Angus, Texas at the age of 6 where he lived most of his life. He graduated from Corsicana High School in 1973, receiving a Collins Scholarship. He attended Navarro Junior College from 1973-1975, and transferred to Sam Houston State University. He graduated from Sam Houston State University in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Science. After graduation from Sam Houston, Randy worked for the Soil Conservation Service, Gilberth and Associates Civil Engineering, and the United States Post Office as a Postal Carrier.

In 1981 Randy took ownership in what we all knew as “Randy’s,” but more formally known as Randy’s Mobile, then Randy’s One Stop after expansion. After 25 years of spirit service to Navarro County, Randy closed the doors to Randy’s One Stop and went on to be a special education teacher for ten years in Corsicana ISD. Randy retired from Corsicana ISD in 2017.

Early in life, Randy was active in the in the Junior Chamber of Commerce helping bring events to Corsicana. He also served on the Angus City Council as a Mayor Pro-tem and Council member for many years.

Over the years, Randy enjoyed working with kids, helping coach baseball, basketball, football, and softball. He loved to entertain people by singing and playing his guitar; he enjoyed watching the Dallas Cowboys, and going to see Marvel and DC Comic movies in theatres. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his kids and grandsons.

Randy is preceded in death by his father, Roy Lee McCain, and his wife Bettie York McCain.

Randy is survived by his mother, Betty Joyce McCain of Corsicana, Texas; brother Roy Lynn McCain of Corsicana, Texas, daughter and son-in-law, Kasie and Adam Stagman of Bastrop, Texas; son Lee McCain of Corsicana, Texas; step-daughter and husband, Crystal and Justin Underwood of Richland, Texas, step-son and wife Shane and Jodi Dickerson, of Mildred, Texas; grandsons Lane and Easten Stagman of Bastrop, Texas; cousins Ana Dale Shelby, Buddy Marshall, Mickey Don McCain, Sheila Brady, Cheryl Allen, and Christy Krautch.

Visitation with the family will be held at Corley Funeral Home on Monday, March 11 from 5:00 to 7:00pm. Funeral Services will be held at Corley Funeral Home on Tuesday, March 12 at 1:00pm with Brother Randall Evett officiating. Burial to follow at Hamilton-Beeman Cemetery in Retreat, Texas. Serving as pallbearers will be Paul Atsby, Dennis Hannah, Steve Haynie, Bart Latta, Jason Lewis, Kevin Lewis, Buddy Marshall and Colby Stover. Honorary Pallbearers will be Horace Brewer, Mickey Don McCain and Eben Dale Stover.

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  • Visitation

    Monday, March 11th, 2019 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    When
    Monday, March 11th, 2019 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Location
    Corley Funeral Home
    Address
    418 North 13th Street
    CORSICANA, TX 75110
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  • Service

    Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 | 1:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 1:00pm
    Location
    Corley Funeral Home Chapel
    Address
    418 North 13th Street
    CORSICANA, TX 75110
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    Officiant
    Rev. Randall Everett
  • Interment

    Location
    Hamilton Beeman Cemetery
    Address
    CORSICANA, TX

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David Tucker

Posted at 02:27pm
First meet Randy McCain in 1976 at Sam Houston State University. We both needed a fine arts class for our respective majors and so we took "Beginning Guitar" together. At the start of the class, Randy was already an accomplished guitarist and I couldn't play a lick. I really struggled trying to learn to make the chords and switch back and forth from one chord to another. Randy kind of took me under his wing and would help me during the class. Not sure why because we didn't really have all that much in common other than a love of country music. I probably would have not gotten through that class without his help. After a few weeks in the class I asked him if he would help me practice. One Saturday night, he stopped by my dorm room with his guitar. Outside of the college guitar class, I had never heard him play and sing. The 1st song he started with was an old Porter Wagner standard the "Green Green Grass of Home" which happened to be one of my favorite tunes. I was really amazed at this talent. He had a great voice and his timing on the guitar was really something. I believe he could have made a living playing and singing because he was that good. Let me repeat, Randy was that good! Over the years I've listened to a bunch of people who thought they could play and sing but have never run across another Randy McCain. Don't believe I ever will.
During the semester, we kind of became friends. I was drawn to his genuine and friendly nature. There's an old saying, "Say what you mean and mean what you say". If ever there was a human being who lived up to that code it was Randy. You could count on him to tell you the truth and so I developed a great respect for him. After college, we keep in touch a little bit. On my way to Dallas, I would stop by his station on Interstate 45 to say hello. He was vacationing in Galveston one year and stopped by the house and spent the night. Of course, we broke out the guitars and played till 2:00 in the morning. Life has a way of separating people and after the station closed we mainly keep in touch via Facebook. I do regret that and wish I could have seen him one more time. That didn't happen so this little narrative will have to do.
Randy, I hope and pray to the Lord above that you rest in peace. I have no doubts that heaven is having a good old time hearing you sing and play.
You were a good man and I will miss you. D.S. Tucker
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Donna Whittenburg

Posted at 05:08pm
We are saddened by Randy's passing. We enjoyed many a laugh at "Randy's". He was a great man. His family is in our thoughts and prayers. Love Donna and Gaylon Whittenburg
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Mark Sullivan

Posted at 07:26am
Randy and I were in the Navarro College Rodeo Club together. He was always jolly and fun to be around, I remember teaming up with him in wild cow milking. It was indeed wild. Hope to be on his team in the future.
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April Wynn

Posted at 05:36pm
I had the privilege of working with Randy at Collins Middle School for many years and our daughters played softball when they were young. He was a patient and kind man with a great sense of humor. He loved his wife and children and was proud to become a grandpa. I enjoyed our conversations during bus duty . My condolences and prayers for the family.

Danny Elliott

Posted at 01:08pm
Randy and I were great friends in High School. As I reflect, I smile at remembering all the days we laughed together. He tried to talk me out of going into the Army, and instead, go to college with him. I wish I would have listened.

Till the day when friends meet...on that side of heaven, Hat tip Brother
Danny Elliott
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