Randy Dale Koonsman

Crowley-Randy Dale Koonsman, 49, passed away on June 19, 2021, after a long, complicated battle with diabetes. He was born and raised in Crowley, Texas and attended Crowley schools. He was active in all sports but his very favorite pastimes were fishing and golf. He was a loyal friend and had a superb wit – he could always put a smile on someone’s face and would never fail to be there for a friend or family member when needed.

He was partnered with his late father, Otis Koonsman, in Crowley Pest Control and then went on to work on his own as a computer technician.  He was also a craftsman through his woodworking skills.  His great love was caring for his two dogs, Maximus and Darbhe.

Service:  A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, June 26, 2021, at 3PM at Beth-El Congregation, 4900 Briarhaven Rd, Ft Worth, Texas 76109.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Crowley Animal Shelter, Beth-El Congregation or a charity of your choice.

Survivors:  Randy is survived by his mother, Lora (Suzie) Koonsman of Crowley, TX, brother Ronnie Reitzer and wife Paula Reitzer of Burleson, TX, sister Renee Koonsman-Woods, Watauga, TX; uncle, RD Koonsman of Stephenville, TX, aunt, Ruby Koonsman of Granbury; aunt and uncle, Sara and John Conrad of Greenville, SC; aunt, Glenda Modesett of Troy, TX., nephew, Justin Reitzer and wife Ashley; nieces, Tara Luther and Tamra Woods.  Cousins, Darla and Monty Bedwell, Elton and LeeAnn Koonsman, Gary and Sandy Lockett, Larry Lockett Christine and Tony Jordan, Kelly and Randy Benner and his many friends.

Randy is preceded in death by his father, Otis Dale Koonsman, Grandparents Raymond and Irene Koonsman, Grandparents George and Putsie Retherford, Aunt Alma Jean Lockett, Uncle Jimbo Modesett, Cousin Cole Modesett.

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  1. Words can’t express the loss of Randy. I have known him since the 80’s and have always considered him one of the best friends I have ever made in life. He truly would give you his last dollar or shirt of his back to help a friend or someone in need. God definitely gave no man better determination in life. He excelled in Golf, pool, bikes, darts, fishing everything he done he gave 150% and that includes friendship. I will deeply miss him and always consider him a extremely unique and talented person, someone that was a blast to be around, and someone that I got to call friend.

    Until we meet again.

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