Randall L Threewits

Born: Wed., May 2, 1956
Died: Sat., Aug. 15, 2020

Memorial Service

2:00 PM Fri., Sep. 04, 2020
Location: New Lisbon Cemetery

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Randall L. Threewits, 64, of Delray Beach, Florida passed away Saturday, August 15, 2020 at the Delray Medical Center – Trustbridge Hospice Center.

Randy was born May 2, 1956 in Union City, Indiana to Ralph and Phyllis Runkle Threewits. He was a 1974 graduate of Union City Community High School. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at Indiana University and received his Master’s degree at Purdue University.

After graduating from high school and before entering college, Randy had the opportunity to participate in a three-week European tour with “America’s Youth in Concert,” presenting concerts in  England, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy with the final concert in New York City. This interest in music followed Randy all his life.   He participated in choruses and theatrical productions in Florida. Randy was in plays/musicals at the Willow Theatre in Boca Raton, Lake Worth Playhouse in Lake Worth, Florida and more recently Delray Beach Playhouse in Delray Beach, Florida. This network of friends, through the Delray Beach Playhouse, became Randy’s extended family in Florida.

Randy was owner of 3W Development LLC and partner in MyLines LLC.  

Survivors include parents, Ralph and Phyllis Threewits of Union City, Indiana; siblings, Cheryl (Barry Hecker) Threewits of Pierceton, Indiana, Deborah (Joe) Clark of Hudson, Indiana and Steve (Marla) Threewits of Union City, Indiana; five nieces and nephews; twelve great nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by nephew Zachary Hecker and great nephew Cooper Hecker.

Randy’s friends in Florida describe him as “a true friend to the end, and he set a terrific example of how a human being, friend, son, brother, and community member should be. He was strong in himself, never one to give up and always had a smile on his face.”  The family is grateful for his “Florida family” who were there for him, not only as he battled cancer, but in the good times as well.  These friends have truly made a difference in his life.

For family and friends who wish to attend his Memorial Graveside service, it will be September 4, 2020 at 2:00 pm, in the Lisbon Cemetery, Union City, IN. Joe Clark will be officiating. Please observe the COVID-19 social distancing guidelines if attending graveside services.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Randy's honor be made to Delray Beach Playhouse (https://delraybeachplayhouse.com/support-us/donations/), Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League (https://www.peggyadams.org/) or American Cancer Society.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.reichardfh.com.

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Resa Ruzich (Wine)
   Posted Thu August 27, 2020
So sorry to hear about Randy’s passing. He was such a sincere friend, fun neighbor and all around great person. We would ride bikes, play in the creek and have long conversations on the school bus when growing up. He had a great smile and was a friend to all.

Barbara Bennett
   Posted Thu August 27, 2020
My sincere condolences to Randy’s family and friends. I had the pleasure of performing alongside him in the UCCHS Singers for two years during high school. I remember Randy as a kind and funny guy who brought plenty of talent and personality to the group. Glad to know he kept singing and performing throughout his life. May you be comforted by your memories of him.

Sue Miller
   Posted Fri August 28, 2020
Wishing you and your family strength and peace.

The very well written obituary tells that Randy left a legacy for you to be very proud of.

Sue Miller

Mary Lou Núñez
   Posted Sat August 29, 2020
Condolences from the Nunez family in Texas

Kim Wills Yerke
   Posted Mon August 31, 2020
I was so sorry to hear of Randy's death. I remember Randy from our school days in Union City. He was a dear friend. When I think of him, I think of his kindness, his smile and his willingness to help. I remember him trying to help me understand algebra/geometry which were never my strengths. He was a patient, kind tutor to someone who really didn't "get it" and was easily frustrated. Randy's friendship is a bright memory in my growing up years and especially in high school. My deepest sympathy to the family on your loss.

Jerry and Sheree Wasson
   Posted Sun September 13, 2020
Just heard of Randy's passing a few days ago. So sorry for your loss. Praying for you all that the peace and comfort of Christ will surround you in the days ahead.

Lisa Scholl McGhee
   Posted Sat October 03, 2020
Was taken aback & sad to hear of Randy’s passing just today - wish I would have known to be to attend his memorial. We lived right across the road from the Threewits family until my dad sold our house to the Thornburgs. I remember them well & especially remember when my elementary school class was taken to the high school to watch the high school play - he was so funny & at the end he stood back to back & locked arms with Rickert (cant remember his first name) & they rocked back and forth lifting each other on their backs as they finished their lines! Always tried to imitate that as a kid. Warms my heart to know he pursued that career & lived out his love of theatre. I’m sure he touched a lot of lives & made people laugh. Rest In Peace & praying comfort for family & all who loved him.

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