Mr. Charles Harry Randall

  • Born: December 11, 1926
  • Died: August 29, 2020
  • Location: San Antonio, Texas

Porter Loring Mortuary

1101 McCullough Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78212
Tel. (210) 227-8221

Tribute & Message From The Family

Charles Harry Randall of San Antonio was called by our Lord on August 29, 2020 at the age of 93.

Charles was born in Houston, Texas to Harry Etter and Thelma Hailey Randall. He attended Swannee Military Academy. Following graduation he enlisted in the US Navy in 1944. While serving his country he was assigned to the US Destroyer Ingersoll in the Pacific Theater of WW II. After the war, he graduated from University of Texas with a degree in Architecture and began practice in Shreveport, LA where he met Jane Wilson whom became his beloved wife in 1955. Charles and Jane moved their small family to San Antonio where they shared their passion for art, culture and travel with their only child, Dr. Charles W. Randall. He also enjoyed the University of Texas football and baseball with his son. Celebrations were often shared with family at the Waldorf -Astoria in New York, a tradition his parents started in the 1920's.

Charles was preceded in death by his only grandson, Fletcher W. Randall. He is survived by his wife Jane Randall, his son Dr. Charles W. Randall and his wife Christina Randall, granddaughter Elizabeth Randall and sister Ann R. Riddle as well as his nieces Terry, Becky, Peggy, Mary, Jane , and nephew Jon.

Our beloved husband, father, and grandfather will always be remembered for his honor, pride, and dignity, but especially as a kind and caring gentleman.

The family would like to thank the care and compassion of Dr. Alan Merin, Rev. Scott Kitayama, Nora Arredondo, Ada Vigil, and Yvonne Martinez.

There will be a private family service held at Christ Episcopal Church in San Antonio. Condolences can be made through Porter Loring website.

Condolence & Memory Journal

I will miss seeing Charles. We did jobs together when he was an active architect and I was an active contractor. He was a fine architect and a gentleman as well. My deepest condolences to the family.

Posted by Fred Prassel - Alamo Heights, TX - Friend   September 24, 2020

I was deeply sadden on Charlie's passing. He was a good friend of my father's and they worked together and
had many adventures together and was like a relative to our family. Charlie was a gifted architect that I had the pleasure while working as a plan reviewer for the City of San Antonio. My sincerest condolences to the family.

Charles Edens, friend, San Antonio, Texas

Posted by charles edens - san antonio, TX - Friend   September 16, 2020

It was an honor to care for your father - during the short time I knew your father - he reminisced about his family.
Our deepest condolences to you and your family.

Posted by Rachel Clark - Bulverde, VT   September 11, 2020

I will greatly miss my Longhorn "buddy". Mr. Randall loved to talk about all things Longhorn with me, especially football and baseball. I could always expect to hear from him on "game day", wanting to know what channel and when the game came on. He always asked me if I thought that "we" would win and I assured him that we most certainly would win the game and he was pleased whenever we did.
It was my great pleasure to be of service to both him and Mrs. Randall for many years at Broadway Pharmacy. He will be greatly missed.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by David L. Worsham - Friend   September 06, 2020

Charles and family,

We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Rick has fond memories of him.
He was a very nice man and I know he will be missed by many.
Please know we are thinking of you during this time.

Suzanne and Rick C.

Posted by suzanne Cavender - san antonio, TX - Friend   September 04, 2020

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