Randy L. Kimes

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Aug 9 1960
Apr 27 2021
60 Years
Coatesville, Pennsylvania

Randy Kimes, 60, of Coatesville, passed away on Tuesday, April 27, 2021, at home.  He was a graduate of CASH class of 1979.

Born in Coatesville, Randy was the son of the late Richard Kimes and Anna Bailey Kimes.  

He was formerly employed for over 30 years by Giant in Thorndale, PA.

Randy is survived by two siblings: Ricky Kimes, husband of Melody, of Parkesburg, and Robin Piper, companion of Bob Kinsley, of Coatesville.  

Randy played Santa Claus at various locations over 30 years.  He was a big fan of the Eagles and Phillies.

Services will be private at a later date.  Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg, PA.   In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to SPCA in honor of Randy's love of animals.  

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I never knew Randy's last name but when I was reading the obituary I realized that I went to school with his brothert at North Brandywine, Randy would of been a classmate of my brother. Randy many of a time came to my oldest son's birthday as a suprise visit from Santa and then came to my daughter and sons house the year of our housefire. Many times I would chat to him at Giant over the years. When I heard he was being Santa at theLog Cabin in Downingtown a group of my children and grandchildren went to see him there. He had a heart of gold, he was one of the best Santas . I am deeply sorry for your loss. My prayers go out to all his family. May God bring comfort, wrap His loving arms around you bringing memories that draw him close to you. When you see a good Santa , may it bring warmth to your hearts, for Randy touch so many young ones hearts as they shared their wish list.As well as he touched many of  the hearts young and old. Deepest sympathy and prayers.

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Deepest sympathies to the entire family. May you find peace in the days to come. May God wrap his loving arms around you, hold you and strengthen you as you grieve your loss. Sincere Condolences, Rhonda

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Randy and I were good' friends in our Junior' years / North Brandywine,  we kept in touch in later High School/ taking different Academic directions, Randy and I , many times made phone calls to each other after school, just to catch up on 'school happenings of that day.  In later years , I remember catching up with Randy, at Giant , and his friendy smile would bring us back together , almost like we were never apart, through the years.  -   striking up conversation' and bringing out the best in everyone/ I think, was his biggest Gift''  I will Truly miss Randy,  he was the Friend, that everyone should have.    David B    class of '79 

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