Randolph Ames Scrivener was born on March 8, 1954, in Alexandria, Virginia, and died on November 7, 2019, in Hermitage, Tennessee, after a long and courageous battle.
Randy is survived by his loving family, including fiancee Elisabeth Liston of Tennessee; daughters Robyn Scrivener (Michael Fields) and Karyn Irvine of Florida; grandchildren Violet Scrivener, Marshall Irvine, and Genevieve Irvine of Florida; sisters Susan Gray, Linda Madera (Henry), and Claudia May (Kenneth) of Maryland; and brothers Wayne "Chuck" Scrivener (Barbara) of Michigan and Douglas Scrivener (Felicia) of Maryland. He is preceded in death by his parents, Nell Frances Scrivener (Floyd) and John Archie Scrivener, Jr., of Maryland.
Randy grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, and graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic High School in 1972. He then went on to study surveying and engineering at Catonsville Community College in Maryland and launched his life-long career in construction engineering. He most enjoyed designing bridges and overpasses, many of which are located in the Central Florida area. His work also brought him to Tampa; Boston; the US Virgin Islands; Turks and Caicos Islands; and the Bahamas, where he made proud contributions to the construction of the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island.
Randy was a brilliant yet humble man who enjoyed nature and the outdoors, thunderstorms, world history and war stories, the Three Stooges, and The Beatles. Most of all, he loved drum and bugle corps and cherished his memories of marching with the Yankee Rebels Drum and Bugle Corps of Baltimore as a baritone player from 1974 – 1976.
To our beloved partner, father, grandfather, brother, and friend: The strength and bravery you showed, even to the very end, is an inspiration to us all.
Rest in peace now, Daddio. We love you forever.
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