Randall S. "Randy" VanCamp

Born: Tue., May 28, 1968
Died: Mon., Jul. 2, 2018


Visitation

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Sat., Jul. 07, 2018
Location: Shirley & Stout Funeral Homes & Crematory


Funeral Service

12:00 PM Sat., Jul. 07, 2018
Location: Shirley & Stout Funeral Homes & Crematory


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Randall S. “Randy” VanCamp, 50, Kokomo and Virginia Beach, passed away at 7:48 p.m. Monday, July 2, 2018, in Kokomo.  He was born May 28, 1968, in Bluffton, and was the son of Francis and Trisha (Farmer) VanCamp and Patricia (Fiechter) Pommer. 

Randy graduated from Eastern High School in 1986 and attended Indiana Business College.  He served thirteen years in the United States Navy and had worked for SPAWAR as a network engineer since 2000.  He enjoyed reading, traveling, being a foodie, movies, hanging out with friends and gaming. 

He is survived by his mother, Trisha VanCamp; siblings, Tami Schafer, Lori (Heath) Haalck and Chad (Chanteal) VanCamp; mother, Patricia Pommer; siblings, Craig (Andrea) Pommer, Casey Pommer and Chris (Shilo) Pommer; grandparents, Rosalie Maddox, and Herman and Phyllis Fiechter; and several nieces and nephews. 

He was preceded in death by his father, Francis VanCamp; sister, Michelle VanCamp McCarthy; brother, Jeremy Gallaway; and grandparents, Francis and Mary Ann VanCamp. 

Funeral services will be held at Noon on Saturday, July 7, 2018, at Shirley & Stout Funeral Home & Crematory, 1315 W. Lincoln Rd., Kokomo, with Pastor Chris Duncan officiating.  Burial will follow in Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery with military honors provided by the United States Navy and the Kokomo VFW Military Rites Team.  Friends are invited to visit with the family from 10 a.m. to Noon on Saturday at the funeral home.  Memorial contributions may be made in Randy’s memory to the Hope Through the Storm #122 for the American Cancer Society.  Messages of condolence may be left online at www.stoutandson.com.

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Bill Morgan
   Posted Wed July 04, 2018
Randy has been my next door neighbor for over 20 years. Whenever our paths crossed, I was alway greeted by his infectious smile and quirky wave. My wife's a hugger of all our friends and often commented what a great hugger Randy is. Although he traveled a lot with his job, whenever he was home it was always fun to catch up with what's been happening. I will miss my beautiful neighbor and friend but my faith assures me we will meet again. Rest in peace Randy.

Eliza and Gena Budagov
   Posted Wed July 04, 2018
We are deeply pained and words are of no help in expressing the sorrow we feel at this moment. Sincere condolences! We will keep all the good memories with us :( Randy was great neighbor and a good friend, May he RIP !

Almeda Mast
   Posted Wed July 04, 2018
Dear VanCamp Family,
My heart aches for your family. You have lost so much already. I will be praying for you in this difficult time. God is our refuge and strength. We sometimes don't know why, but God knows what is best for us. God's ways are not our ways, but He has His reasons.
Love and Prayers
Almeda Mast
Sarasota, Florida

Patrick H Hughes
   Posted Thu July 05, 2018
Fair Winds and Following Seas Randy. It was and honor and privilege to have known and worked along side you. I learned a lot of valuable things from you over the years. You will be missed.

Corey Scarozza
   Posted Thu July 05, 2018
I’ve been fortunate to know Randy as his neighbor from across the street. Whether it meant meeting for a quick chat in the street or just a wave hello, he was always very kind and friendly. I will miss his stories of work traveling and my pup will miss lunging on him for kisses. Condolences to his family & friends.

Gary Paynter
   Posted Thu July 05, 2018
Randy lived in my neighborhood and worked with me for at least twenty years. He was always smiling and in a good mood. If you needed help with something Randy was always ready to help. He was a good guy, I’ll miss him.

Lou Borden
   Posted Fri July 06, 2018
It was a pleasure working and knowing Randy...I've worked with him about 20 years. He was a very knowledgeable person with a can-do spirit and attitude...always cheerful and willing to help...definitely a person you want in your corner.

Randy you will be sorely missed...it was a pleasure to have known you!

Lou

Joe Garcez
   Posted Fri July 06, 2018
Randy will be missed so much. I worked with him for almost 11 yrs. and he was always the person who found time to help regardless the issue. Over the years, we became friends who enjoyed having lunch and many laughs. I am extremely honored to know such a gentle soul and desire to always be the happy person who found time to help anyone in need. Until we can laugh and have your favorite Pepsi & Jack again, I will miss you buddy.

Gayle Burton
   Posted Mon July 09, 2018
Dear family,
You may or may not remember me, but I visited Randy at the hospital. I was there to pick up records for my cancer consult at John Hopkins, and I sent Randy a quick text saying, "Guess where I am? Picking up records at Leigh". He texted me to come up and visit. I am so thankful and grateful that I did, because that was the last time I saw him. I got to meet some of his family, and I was so blessed by their faith and Randy's faith. As a fellow Christian and someone fighting cancer myself, Randy & I texted each other with encouragement & Bible verses, and what a blessing that was! I still remember when I texted him bad news about my tumor markers, and he instantly called me and told me not to worry about markers, God is in control. It was so encouraging, and the LORD used him to speak to me when I really needed it. I am so grateful to have known Randy and to have had the honor to pray for him and you, his family, every day (& the middle of the night). I know you guys prayed for me every night, and I thank you. I continue to lift all of you up in prayer as you mourn the loss of Randy. What a comfort it is to know that he is with his Heavenly Father, and we will get to see each other again!
Sincerely,
Gayle Burton

Jane McNaught
   Posted Tue July 10, 2018
Randy was one of the nicest, most knowledgeable and most genuine people I had the pleasure of working with at SPAWAR. No matter how early or how late in the day (sometimes very late!) I would call him with a R-ADM install question, he would always answer in that friendly tone of his and usually make his way to my desk to explain things more clearly to me. He never made me seem like I was bothering him (even though I probably was!) and I will never forget him. We at SPAWAR and the Fleet were so fortunate to have such a talented, hard-working, personable (and fun!) individual in our lives. God Bless his family, I am very sorry for you loss.