August 6, 1954 – October 10, 2023
Randy Monroe Cindle was born on August 6, 1954, in Henryetta, to Ruben and Velma (Owens) Cindle. He passed from this earth on October 10, 2023, age 69, in his home in Okmulgee, while holding the hand of his loving wife, Kay.
Randy graduated from Dewar Public School in 1972. He loved playing baseball and football and was voted football homecoming king his senior year. After High School, he worked as a roughneck in the oilfield, then for Vet’s Septic & Plumbing in OKC. On March 27, 1999, he married the love of his life, Kay Kinnear. In 2005, he and Kay moved to Arkansas, where he enjoyed raising cattle and was known for being a master gardener. Before moving back to Oklahoma to help with his mother in 2019, he owned a food truck and traveled around serving the best BBQ in Arkansas. Randy was an avid hunter and fisherman, if you didn’t find him at home, he could be found in the woods or on the water enjoying the outdoors. Many times, he would drag Kay along, where she would ride in the boat with him or sit on the riverbank and read. Randy and his wife Kay attended church services at Twin Hills Baptist Church.
Randy is survived by his wife, Kay Cindle, of the home; sister Rhonda Treagesser and husband Steve of Okmulgee; son Allen Cindle and wife Christy of Okmulgee, son Scott Cindle and wife Denise of Paden, son Jim Cagle and wife Susan of Huntsville and daughter Canda White and husband Sam of Bethany; grandchildren Catherine, Abagail, Liberty, Bailey, Brittany, Cara, Nathan, Ayla, Cody and wife Sydney; and great-granddaughter Scarlett.
A celebration of life service will be held Saturday, October 14, 2023, at 3 p.m. at Twin Hills Baptist Church.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Mc-Clendon-Winters Funeral Home of Okmulgee. Memories, condolences, photos and videos may be shared with the family on Randy’s Tribute Page at www.mcclendon- winters.com.