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Randal Grady, 48

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Randal Grady was born the only child of Robert and Margie Moore on June 2, 1972 in Douglas, Georgia.


Randal graduated from Coffee High School. He started his career at the Campbell’s Soup Company and later worked for Pilgrim’s Pride, retiring many years of serving as a machine operator. Randal enjoyed going to the racetrack and traveling. When he was home, he loved his big screen TV where he can watch his “Family Feud”, “Young and the Restless”, and especially football. Randal also loved his church and fellowship with his church family.


On Saturday, January 23, 2021 at the age of 48, God in His infinite wisdom lifted Tyrandal “Randal” Cortez Grady, Sr. from his journey in this life to meet His Lord face to face. Heaven is now his home. And the memories remain. And though we miss him now, we will join him again.


Randal is survived by his wife, Marie Judith Cadet Grady; his children, Tyrandal Cortez Grady, Jr. (son), TyReanna Nakayla Rose Grady (daughter), Michael Anthony Cadet (stepson); and his grandson, Kayson Zyaire Daniels. Randal also leaves to cherish his memory four aunts: Mary Louise Grady (Johnny Lee Toumbs), Charlene Jones, Sheila Grady, and Tonya Grady Cope; three uncles: CWO4 (Ret) Charles Grady (Barbara ), Todd Grady, Stacey Grady (Laquanda); three first cousins raised with him as siblings: Angelica “Jelly” Grady, Shedrick Grady (fiancée Kimberly “Kim”) and Shantie Grady; great uncle and aunts: Marildon Glover (Julia), Eunice Grady, Wilma Mobley (David), Jacquelyn Grady, and Minnie Glover; special family members: Lynnette Anderson (Freddie), Janet Baker, Antoinette Kelley, Patricia Moore, Jettie Morgan (Joe); In-laws: Jacques Cadet (Daveyanna), Betty Cadet, Rony Balu (Monique) and Debbrah Laquerre (Polo); special friends Mike Shaw, Johnny Curtis, Marcus Hancock, Joe Jordan, Sylvester Tims, and Jaquan Daniels. He also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and many, many friends and those whom he considered family including his doctors and the staff of the DaVita Dialysis Center, Douglas, Georgia.


Harrell’s Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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