Randy S. Feldbruegge born 1/7/1959
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He went home with the Lord 3/27/2019
He is survived by his wife, Sally Feldbruegge; his son, Daniel Feldbruegge; three grandchildren, Dasia, Danilo and D'Angelo; two sisters, Dawn Holman and Valerie Pfaff; and two brothers, Eugene Feldbruegge and Martin Feldbruegge. He is also survived by his two brothers-in-law, several nieces, nephews, and great-nieces and great-nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Duane and Margaret (Bealer) Feldbruegge and his son, Duane Herman Randy Feldbruegge. He also was preceded in death by his Furever Doggie, “Alex.”
A 1976 graduate of George Washington High School, Randy worked his way up in life, starting in 1969 as a paperboy. His hard work, dedication, and determination would lead to his becoming a vice- president of SGS North America, Inc., in charge of the Southeastern Divisions of the USA/Caribbean/Latin America/Europe and Asia. Self- taught through reading educational books and taking some classes, Randy reached this high achievement in his career.
Randy loved being a father. He was very involved in his sons’ lives as they grew from young boys into grown men. Randy was active with the YMCA of South Florida and other youth sports teams. Coaching his boys in many sports gave him great joy, and he was a mentor to many other youths, who, to this day, are still thankful for all the coaching and encouragement he gave them.
As a boy and throughout his adulthood, Randy had enjoyed participating in various sports and playing darts with his lifelong friends. He loved riding his bike, watching his favorite sports teams on TV, (especially the Eagles this past season), fishing, gardening, golfing, painting, enjoying a love of art in itself, taking pictures, playing Bingo, reading. and collecting vinyl records.
Randy will be remembered for his funny, witty personality, which he still had up until his passing. In the last eight months of Randy’s life, even with battling his illnesses, he
still had a love of nature. He truly and especially loved “Lucy,” his sister’s dog, and watching the birds, squirrels, rabbits, and butterflies in the backyard. Randy should also be remembered for his devoted love for his family and friends.
As per Randy's wishes, there will be no services.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware at RMH of Delaware, 1901 Rockland Road, Wilmington, DE 19803. This is in dedication to Nicholas Stickel, a strong superhero who is still fighting the fight with Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma and scoliosis. Randy’s heart was touched by the strength of this young boy with all he has gone through in his young life.