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“Randy has always been a great person to work with. Will miss him badly. ”
1 of 25 | Posted by: Puvi - colleague

“Randy was creative in work, in photography and with his electronic projects. When we talked about developing photo films with coffee, couple of years...Read More »
2 of 25 | Posted by: Gopi - Chennai, India

“We are so sad to hear about Randy.Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Much love to you all. Debra and Brad ”
3 of 25 | Posted by: Debra and Brad Frost - Austin, TX

“Janice, I am so very sorry to hear about the loss of your husband, Randall. Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers...Read More »
4 of 25 | Posted by: Elaine - Georgetown, TX

“Janice, Martha and family, The Kingsbery Family would like to send our deepest sympathies in your time of sorrow. We know that Randy will be missed...Read More »
5 of 25 | Posted by: Maude Kingsbery - Family Friend

“Janice and family: Randy was a very creative person and those of us who were fortunate to work with him know how ingenious he was. During this past...Read More »
6 of 25 | Posted by: Lilian Romero - Austin, TX

“I count myself as being blessed to have crossed paths with and to have known Randy during the time I worked at IBM. He was an amazing person,...Read More »
7 of 25 | Posted by: George Accapadi - Austin, VA

“Arm in arm our families have traveled on this journey and fought this insidious brain cancer together for the past year. We’ve shared many things...Read More »
8 of 25 | Posted by: Randy and Robin Morrow - friends

“Randy, RIP..I work with Randy at IBM. We are going to miss you.. ”
9 of 25 | Posted by: Walter Echols - Austin, TX

“Randy will truly be missed by all. He was extremely talented, always willing to share his ideas, and a brilliant photographer. He always had a warm...Read More »
10 of 25 | Posted by: Annette Rizzo - Austin , TX

“I haven't seen Randy for many years, but I can still remember the role he played as "Big Brother" to Rody, Rory and even to myself. Brilliant at...Read More »
11 of 25 | Posted by: Nathan Bingham - Chiquapin, NC

“I have been a fan of Randy since junior high. He impressed me the first time I knew of him will continue to do so every time I think of him. He was...Read More »
12 of 25 | Posted by: Lynn Hopkins - Anoka, MN

“To Janice, Phil, and Rachel: Randy was a wonderful colleage in Power Performance. He loved his job because it painted a picture of who he was.......Read More »
13 of 25 | Posted by: Allan Johnson - Mantorville, MN

“I remember when he joined us in 4th grade at Round Rock, Elementary. I remember the day we helped them move into the house on Vista Ave. I remember...Read More »
14 of 25 | Posted by: Sharon Bingham Bell - Jarrell, TX

“Janice, Phillip, Rachel, Martha and Family, I've really enjoyed Randy's photos through the years. He was so talented. What wonderful photos he'll be...Read More »
15 of 25 | Posted by: Jo Ann Moffat - Redding, CA

“My thoughts and prayers go out to you Janice, the kids and family. Just today I saw in the obituaries that Randy had passed away. I'm so sorry for...Read More »
16 of 25 | Posted by: Laurie (Giambernardi) Clark - TX

“I first met Randy in the fall of 1974 after moving from Austin. After knowing Randy for a month he made me feel like I had known him for ten years....Read More »
17 of 25 | Posted by: Dewayne Balusek - Round Rock, TX

“I send my sincere sympathy to your family. ”
18 of 25 | Posted by: Mary ragland - Austin, TX

“Jan, remember you as beautiful young lady, now to have lost your loved one, is heartbreaking, our hearts and prayers go out to you and family, ...Read More »
19 of 25 | Posted by: Kathryn Basham - AZ - friend

“I am so sorry for your loss. ”
20 of 25 | Posted by: Joanna Rychlik Ware - Friendswood, TX

“I was saddened to hear about Randy. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this difficult time! ”
21 of 25 | Posted by: Elizabeth Tallas Law - Spring, TX

“I was saddened to hear about Randy. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this difficult time! ”
22 of 25 | Posted by: Elizabeth Tallas Law - Spring, TX

“Randy was so creative. He made many creative performance tools that all of us use to make our jobs easier. He made many interesting electronic...Read More »
23 of 25 | Posted by: Herman Dierks - Round Rock, TX

“When you look up the word "engineer" in the dictionary, Randy's name and picture is what you should find. He embodied what it meant to be an engineer...Read More »
24 of 25 | Posted by: Lotus Douglas - Round Rock, TX

“Janice and family- So very sorry to hear of your loss. Preston had just told me recently that Randy had been sick. I am glad he was here to see...Read More »
25 of 25 | Posted by: Julia Minzenmayer - friend


Randall Ray Heisch, 54, of Georgetown, Texas passed away Sunday July 1st, 2012, after a courageous battle with brain cancer.

He was born October 30, 1957, in Austin, Texas to Henry and Geraldine Heisch.

Randy grew up in Round Rock, Texas, and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Electrical Engineering. Randy worked as an engineer for IBM for 28 years.

He is survived by his wife, Janice, of 34 years, son Phillip and daughter-in-law Samantha of Houston, Texas, daughter Rachel and son-in-law George Henderson of Austin, Texas, mother Geraldine Heisch of Granger, Texas, sister Jeane and husband Dan Johnson of Round Rock Texas, brother Rory and wife Tasha of Belton, Texas, brother Rodney and wife Denise Heisch of Houston, Texas, and mother-in-law Martha Edmondson of Round Rock, Texas.

Randy will be remembered as an accomplished engineer with multiple U.S. Patents, an avid photographer, guitar player, and an extremely creative person always in pursuit of learning. Throughout his life, he was most proud of his family, and the accomplishments of his children. Randy will be tremendously missed and forever remembered.

On behalf of Randy, his family would like to thank his medical team: Dr. Michael Webb, Dr. Punit Chadha, Dr. Catherine Wu, Dr. Brian Metzger, Dr. Nabil Habash, their staff, and the entire devoted staff at St. David's Medical and Rehab Centers.

The family will receive visitors Thursday, July 5th, from 6:00PM to 8:00PM at Ramsey Funeral Home in Georgetown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to LIVESTRONG.

You are invited to share a message or memory in the memorial guestbook at www.RamseyFuneral.com.

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