Randy Sour

Randy Sour

July 13th, 1950 - March 23rd, 2020
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Randall "Randy" Sour, age 69, of Watertown, SD passed away Monday, March 23, 2020 at his residence.

The family will be having a private viewing with public services at a later date.

The family requests no floral condolences at this time.

Burial will be at New Hope Lutheran Cemetery, rural Hayti, SD.

Randall (Randy) Lee Sour was born on July 13, 1950 to Glen and Hattie (Eggen) Sour in Watertown, SD.
He grew up in and graduated high school from Hayti, SD. After graduation, Randy enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he served until his discharge in 1971.

Randy was married once to Bonnie R. Noem in Watertown, SD on July 13, 1978. Together, they had one daughter, Brandi Jo. Randy spent several years working on the road building grain bins. Unfortunately, Randy’s epilepsy prevented him from continuing to work. He spent the rest of his life as a disabled veteran and became involved in his community in other ways. Randy was an active member of Vietnam Veterans Chapter 1054 and Marine Corps League Detachment 1079.

Randy was proud to be a father to his daughter Brandi and was able to walk her down the aisle at her wedding in 2015. He also enjoyed spending time with his many nieces and nephews and other extended family. Randy was a proud veteran who volunteered at many functions and spent as much time as he could with fellow veterans.

Randy is survived by his daughter Brandi (Matt) Havlik of Sioux Falls, SD; brother James Sour of Sioux Falls, SD; sister-in-law Phyllis Sour of Rapid City, SD; nieces Chris (Chad) Noem of Lake Norden, SD, Cheryl (Chris) Hansen of Madison, SD, and Rochelle (Brett) Schmidt of Willow Lake, SD; nephew Eric (Kimberly) Sour of Rapid City, SD.

Randy is preceded in death by his father, Glen O. Sour, his mother, Hattie E. (Eggen) Sour, and his brother Courtney (Corky) Sour.
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Denise Bender(Stein)

Posted at 08:19pm
So very sorry for your loss. Randy was always a friendly guy to everyone & he will be missed by many. Prayers & Thoughts are with you all. R.I.P. Randy🙏🙏🙏

Lois (Stormo) Mack

Posted at 12:07pm
Sour family, I was so sad to learn of Randy's passing. He was such a nice guy, he will be missed by many. RIP Randy.

Sharon (Thyen) Dahlgren

Posted at 03:32pm
It was always a pleasure to visit with Randy at the Veterans Day Program in Watertown. Clarice and I came into the program late this year. When we caught up with Randy after the retiring of colors, he said, "I was wondering if you ladies were here this year." Thank you for your service Randy🇺🇸

Jean Sour Posted at 04:45pm

Sorry to hear of Randy’s passing- prayers to his daughter and family!

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