Born to the parents of Elaine Schrader and Larry Hawkins on March 18, 1959, in Dodge City, Kansas, Randy Hawkins (61) passed away August 3, 2020 at City of Hope Hospital, Los Angeles. He is survived by his son, Brandon Hawkins, daughter Jenifer Hawkins, two granddaughters Kasey and Abby, one grandson, Joshua Tansy; daughter-in-law Selena Hawkins; brothers Larry Hawkins, Ricky Hawkins, James Schrader (deceased); and sisters Deborah Salgueiro and Michelle Roza; and his fury companion Harley. He was a graduate of Eisenhower High School in Rialto and lived all his adult life in Bloomington, California. He was a retired railroad worker who had dreams of one day owning his own big rig truck. Anyone who knew Randy knew how much he enjoyed his motorcycle. He would often pop in on friends and family during the wee hours of the morning after one of his late night rides. Randy had a zest for life and was always ready and willing to help any family or friends in times of need. Although stubborn at times, he had a heart of gold. He is fondly remembered as the one who had all the toys whether it be going camping, boating, or riding ATVs and his spirit of "the more, the merrier" will not be forgotten. He can now rest in peace and ride his Harley for eternity. Randy touched many lives and will be greatly missed by everyone who knew and loved him.
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