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Randle A. Bohren

Posted By obits On October 1, 2020 @ 4:35 pm In Elizabeth City,Obituaries | 5 Comments

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Randle A. Bohren, age 56, of Hertford, NC died September 26, 2020. Born in FL on March 8, 1964, he was the husband of Yvette Ashworth Bohren. He worked in construction as a carpenter.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by three sons, Randle Shane Bohren, Skip Bohren and Trevor Enfield, all of VA; and two grandchildren, Brianna Bohren and Austin Bohren.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at Twiford Memorial Chapel. Twiford Funeral Home, 405 East Church Street, Elizabeth City, NC is serving the Bohren family. Online memorial condolences may be sent to the family at www.TwifordFH.com.

Contact Information:

Twiford Funeral Home (Elizabeth City)

Memorial Chapel
405 East Church Street,
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
United States (US)
Phone: (252) 335-4395
Fax: 252-335-4329
Email: J.J.Twiford@TwifordFH.com

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Condolence from Bill Agreste on October 2nd, 2020 10:55 pm

I’m truly sorry to hear this about Randy and my condolences are given to his family. Randy was an amazingly talented person and his handiwork in my home will be a constant reminder of this loss. He will be missed dearly by his friends, his customers and his family.

Rest in Peace, Randy!

Condolence from JoAnn and Ben Hanson on October 3rd, 2020 11:54 pm

Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

Condolence from Angela & Jim Ermi on October 6th, 2020 9:01 am

We are greatly saddened by the news of Randy’s passing. Randy was a talented, but obviously troubled, man. He did a number of carpentry projects for us at our home in Albemarle Plantation. He was always punctual and conscientious about his work, and a friendly, kind man as well. We had lost touch with him over the last few years, but we miss him, and will remember him fondly. May he rest in peace..

Condolence from Randle Shane Bohren on October 9th, 2020 6:08 am

Pops, Man I hope you’re in a better place & in less pain. I apologise for not coming. I can sit here & come up with all the excuses I can think off yet truth is I couldn’t bring myself to it. I wasn’t ready for this not that I ever would be but man we had too much to fix & work out. Too much to speak about I just wanted to make up for all the past fix it & make the best out of the time we had left together. I will never get another second in the shop with you man not another second on a job with you. Working with you was my favorite place to be with you no other place I would rather be. Felt so at peace, hole,complete, & we worked in unison to put together magic. I learned everything I Kno from you I wish I would of had some time with you I got some ideas I know you would love & it would of took off. We finally would of took off. I hope all of you in Holliday Island & Albemarle plantation that have hand crafted pieces directly from his hands for little to nothing love & cherish it all. I would really like a portfolio of all his work to remember him by. I just came home from prison & was hit with all this I have nothing at all that belonged to him to remember him by. This is extremely hard to deal with. I had planned on rebuilding our relationship & making it something memorable. I love you pops plz rest in peace I would give anything to turn back the hands of time make room for us together on that clock.
Love n Miss you forever your oldest boy Shane.

Condolence from Fred Davis on March 12th, 2021 9:29 am

Randy will surely be missed by many people. We heard about his accident from our nephew that lives in Chesapeake. He was trying to contact Randy to do some more work for him. I tried to call Randy several times but got the message that his mailbox had not been set up. He practically rebuilt my sister-in-laws house. He started out by replacing the laundry room floor and completely remodeled it. Arlene got to know him and thought so much of him that she kept asking ‘what else can we get Randy to do’. His prices were so low that we always had to force him to take more than he charged. I only found out today about his passing. We are all sad and will miss our handy man Randy. He was one of the greats in my book. I believe he could move a mountain by himself if he put his mind to it. Rest in peace my friend.

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