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Randall L Threewits

May 2, 1956 — August 15, 2020

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 (, Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League ( or American Cancer Society.

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