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Tracy Elliot Randall

October 16, 1942 — May 14, 2024

Rocklin

Tracy Elliot Randall

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Tracy Elliot Randall, 81, passed away peacefully May 14, 2024 from natural causes. Tracy is survived by his wife of 45 years, Linda Jo Randall, their children Joel (RaeEllen) Randall, Tricia (Gib) Murray and Tawni (Paul) Ybarra and his sister Mary Peterson. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Brayden and Kaitlyn Ybarra and Connor Murray and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his grandson Kieran Murray, his sisters Lana Eak and Betty Brown and his mother Betty Hatchard.


Tracy was born in Minot, North Dakota October 16, 1942. He was an American Legion baseball player. He served in the US Navy from 1961-1965. Most of his time in the US Navy was aboard the USS Kitty Hawk. He most enjoyed his duty assignment as a weather observer in the meteorology department. His family benefited from his accurate weather predictions throughout his life.


Tracy spent most of his adult life on the west coast. Tracy and Linda lived in Ben Lomond, CA for 30 years. He owned and operated Unlimited Construction. He was an active member of the San Lorenzo Valley Kiwanis Club and Key Club. He and Linda coordinated and served at local community events and chaperoned teenagers to leadership programs across the United States with roles as SLV High School and Regional Key Club Advisors.


Tracy enjoyed beach walks with his wife Linda. They spent many afternoons along the Santa Cruz coast, and a few years with regular beach walks in Cocoa Beach, FL. They loved vacationing in Hawaii. He enjoyed watching his grandchildren play baseball and softball. He coached Little League for his Grandson Brayden and cheered for all three grandchildren as they learned the game he loved so much. Tracy loved spending time with his family. He enjoyed playing board games and family dinners. He was always the last one to leave the table; he loved talking with his loved ones and sharing stories. Tracy had a quick wit. He was humble and kind and would help friends or family in any way he could. Tracy was a man of God. He attended Twin Lakes Church in Aptos, CA and when he and Linda moved in 2013 they streamed the Twin Lakes Sunday services. He will be sorely missed by his friends and family, however, we are comforted with words that he recently shared with us “when it is time for me to meet my maker, I’ll be ready.” He was never late. 


Tracy’s celebration of life will be set at a later date. 


To honor his memory, his family set up the Play Ball! Youth Scholarship Fund in honor of Tracy Randall. The fund will support San Lorenzo Valley and Rocklin, CA youth that need financial assistance in order to play baseball/softball in the recreation leagues. Alternatively, donations in his honor can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project. A non-profit supporting Veterans injured while on the call of duty.

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