Randall Jarrod Andrews

Randall Jarrod “Bubba” Andrews, 34, resident of Bixby, passed away on Sunday, Jan. 8, in Bixby. Randall was born April 14, 1982, in Okmulgee to Randy Andrews and Nancy (Miller) Bridgewater. 
Randall’s world revolved around his son, Kash. He loved spending time with his son and attending all his sporting events, be it soccer, football, or any other sport that Kash was involved in. Randall also loved playing video games and anything else that involved his son. He was a fanatical, crazy, devoted Oklahoma State Cowboys fan. A lover of all sports, Randall was very much into fitness and body building.
Randall owned and operated his own General Contracting company, Infinity Contracting, and was a member of Faith Church in Broken Arrow.
Randall was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Sydna Miller; maternal grandfather, Alfred Miller; and paternal grandfather, Marshall Martin.
Randall is survived by his son, Kash Londyn Andrews of Tulsa; mother Nancy Miller Bridgewater and husband David of Bixby; father, Randy Andrews and wife LaRonda of Dustin; paternal grandmother, Robbie Summers of Eufaula; brothers, Shad Colter Miller and wife Renae of Bixby, David Joseph Bridgewater and wife Lisa of Jenks, and Billy Joe Dodge and wife Jeanette of Henryetta; sisters, Miranda Eller and husband Bailey of Oktaha and Casie Nolen and husband Nick of Wetumka; as well as aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends who loved him dearly.
Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, at Dewar First Baptist Church with Chaplain Dan Day and Cody Jefferson officiating. Interment will follow at Westlawn Cemetery under the direction of Integrity Funeral Service.
The casket will remain closed to the public for visitation as well as the funeral service.
The family requests memorials be made to either the First Christian Church or any deserving charity. Randall was a special guy that everyone loved to be around and will be greatly missed. A great big thank you, to all our friends who have called, came by, and also the acts of kindness that are too many to mention.
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