Randall D. Hicks
Randall David “Randy” Hicks, 56, of Richmond died of pancreatic cancer on Jan. 15, 2019, in Houston.
He was born on May 25, 1962, in San Benito to Barbara (Franks) and John Hicks. He was the third of six boys born to the family.
He graduated from Cy-Fair High School in 1980, then attended Texas A&M University.
He married Cyndi Bryant in 1993 in Richmond, and they were married for more than 25 years.
He treasured his children, and encouraged their ambitions. He was a vivacious man who enjoyed the company of others.
He was a man of faith who attended Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond for more than two decades. He was a leader in multiple community revitalization missions, and he recently served as the church facilities manager.
He loved to tinker on things. He got to use this hobby during his 22-year career as a pharmaceutical equipment technician at PCCA, Professional Compounding Centers of America. The family says he gladly stepped in to solve any mechanical or construction issues when anyone was in need.
When he wasn’t watching the Houston Astros ball games with his wife, he could be found in his garage puttering with his tools. The family says he lived by the motto “Hell hath no fury like a father whose tools are missing.”
Hicks is survived by his wife, of Richmond: four children, Sarah Burke and husband, Steven, of Lafayette, Louisiana, and Luke Stanley and wife, Tiffany, Daniel Hicks and David Hicks, all of Richmond; his parents, of Montell; five brothers, Don Hicks and wife, Cyndi, of Burleson, Mike Hicks of Camp Wood, Paul Hicks and wife, Sherene, of Tomball, Perry Hicks and wife, Kathy, of Barksdale and Brian Hicks and wife, Louise, of Pleasanton; mother- and father-in-law, Kaye and George Bryant; and brother-in-law, Barry Bryant and wife, Kimberlee, of Beaumont; and numerous other family and friends.
A memorial service was held on Feb. 3, 2019, at 2 p.m. at Faith United Methodist Church in Richmond.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Faith United Methodist Church, please note “missions” or “Fort Bend Ramps” in the memo, at 4600 FM 359, Richmond, TX 77406.