Randall Allan Musgrave, 17, was born November 25, 1995 to Robert and Cynthia Musgrave. He died November 6, 2013 in Oklahoma City.
If we had to describe Randall with one word, it would have to be “unique”. Not unique in a bad way, rather unique in a great way. He simply loved life. He loved the simple things in life: singing, road trips, music, family videos, staying in hotels, and riding the bus. It didn’t matter what kind of bus, he loved it. Perhaps you could say his true love, or passion, was being at church. Regardless of the activity, Randall wanted to be there, simply singing and praising his Lord Jesus.
Randall had a way of writing his name on the hearts of anyone he was around. He wanted to know their story and find a way to reach out to them. In 2012, he was voted by his peers as Mr. Guthrie High School.
Randall’s life was a testimony to the greatness of God. Through faithful prayers on his behalf, he lived a life far beyond what doctors predicted. He loved and enjoyed life even through the challenges, and now he lives in Heaven, finally free from the limitations he had here on earth.
Randall is survived by his parents, Robert and Cynthia Musgrave; sister, Charity; brother, Riley; grandparents, Kirby and Barbara Hathaway; grammy, Naomi Musgrave and numerous uncles, aunts, and cousins. Each one has special memories of Randall, which they will cherish and hold dear until they see him again in Heaven, along with his Grampy (Howard) Musgrave and his little brother, Ryan, who preceded him.
A come-and-go visitation and reception for Randall will be 6-8 p.m. on Monday, November 11 at Crawford Family Funeral Service, Edmond.
Services celebrating his life will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, November 12, at Crawford Family Funeral Service with burial following at Arcadia IOOF Cemetery.