He is survived by his daughter, Anne-Marie Lindsey; her husband, Alex Neill; and grandson, Jacob Ryan Lindsey, all of Fort Rucker, Alabama; mother, Mary S. Lindsey of Cotton Valley; brother, David Lindsey of Minden; sister and brother-in-law, Mary Ann and Bill Kaylor of Cotton Valley; fiancee', Liz Stelly Regard; and long-time friend, "Uncle" Bud Sutton; along with a host of other family and friends.
Randy attended Cotton Valley schools and obtained a Master's of Life Sciences degree from Louisiana Tech University in 1980. He had a very successful career in the oil field business, primarily due to his knowledge of the business and outstanding ability to form meaningful relationships.
Randy started a journey into natural healing and followed his remarkable inclination to help those in need by pursuing a second career into the equine world and by earning his Equine Osteopath degree. Randy was known nation-wide as one the most notable equine doctors of Osteopathy. His willingness to share his knowledge with others and his unparalleled generosity will be greatly missed.
A memorial service will be held at Shreveport Community Church 5720 Buncombe Road, Shreveport, (today) Wednesday, July 6 at 11 a.m.
Donations may be made to the International Associaton of Equine Osteopaths (theiaeo.org), where a scholarship fund has been created in Randy's name, or to a charity of your choice.Subscribe to Read!