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Randi Simpson

SPC Randi Nicole Simpson, USA

September 6, 1984 – February 1, 2021

Randi Simpson passed away unexpectedly on Monday, February 1, 2021 at the age of 36. Randi was born on September 6, 1984 in Howell, Michigan to Charles “Chuck” Diggs and Bryn Blackwell.

Randi loved the outdoors and the time spent with her families. She served her country and others honorably by enlisting in the US Army and spent her time at Ft. Hood, Germany, Fort Knox and Fort Bragg. She began her service with the 48th Chemical Brigade and ended with the 1st Infantry Division.  She was a quick witted, creative soul that loved to laugh and had an infectious smile. Her willingness to help others was endless and she devoted much of her energy to support everyone she could.

She is survived by her devoted husband, George Simpson, parents, Chuck (Joan) Diggs and Bryn Blackwell; step-father, Jim Hautimacki; her adored children, Liam and Lilly Simpson; siblings, Jessica Erin Hart, Kristina Klein, Sherry (Derrick) Little, and Dominik (Sarah) Zambon; grandmother, Jacquelyn Blackwell; her mother and father-in-law, Richard and Mary Beth Shortt; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Simpson; brothers-in-law, Daniel Shortt, and Cullen Shortt, along with many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces, and Nephews.

Some shared remembrances:

“Randi lit the entire earth. The crack in the earth upon her passing was felt by so many. The pain of losing her is immeasurable. She was one of kind who loved deeply and gave generously to anyone and everyone. I loved Randi with all my heart. She will never be forgotten.”

“I remember when I met the both of you in Kentucky and I knew that the love you two shared would last forever… she was so full of life had the prettiest smile that could light any room and a heart of gold. May the memories of her keep you and your family grounded in happiness and warmth. I hope you smile at the thought of her laughing, laugh at the thought of her telling a joke, joke about her crazy moments, and remember every moment you shared with her. My DEEPEST condolences. May God bring you comfort and peace. Job well done Randi, your wings will be made of Love.”

A Celebration of Randi’s life will be announced. In memory of Randi memorials may be made to Mission22.com, an organization dedicated to the healing of American veterans

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