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Randy Lee Faltys

August 29, 1947 - October 10, 2020

Randy Lee Faltys of Plano, Texas passed away in McKinney on October 10, 2020 at the age of 73. He was born on August 29, 1947 to Jerry and Joyce (Moller) Faltys, Jr. in Schuyler, Nebraska.  Randy graduated from Portland State University where he was an All-American Wrestler.  He was the Chief Compliance officer for Hicks Holdings.  He was also an accountant for Cousins Stone.  Randy attended First Baptist Church of Melissa.

He is survived by his sons, Mike Faltys of McKinney, Texas and Jeremy Faltys and wife, Jesse of Frisco, Texas; grandchildren, Caleb Faltys and Noah Faltys; sisters, Janis Baxter and husband, Don of Portland, Oregon, Debbie Bellis and husband, Jeff of Portland, Oregon, and Diana Mastrud and husband, Brad of Portland, Oregon; mother, Joyce Faltys of Beaverton, Oregon; former wife and friend, Dianne Faltys of McKinney, Texas; close family friends, Grady and Sandy Manning and their children, Cody and wife, Valisha and Amy and husband, Eric; and numerous other loving family and friends.

Randy was preceded in death by his father, Jerry Faltys.

A memorial service will be held at the family ranch in East Texas.

 

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Mike and Jeremy, Praying for peace for your family. Praying for you guys, too. If you need anything, just reach out. Take care! Coach Johnston Coach Tim Johnston , October 26, 2020 I was honored and blessed to have worked with Randy for 15 years. I will be forever grateful for his steady presence, his patience, hard-work and commitment. We also had many interesting personal conversations where he always listened intently, asked questions and provided wisdom and sage advice. I am truly lucky to have known Randy who I consider to have the highest level of integrity and goodness that could be had. My sincere condolences to his family. Patti Grimes, October 15, 2020 I am so saddened to learn of Randy's passing. I enjoyed the time that I worked with him at Cousins Properties. He was such a wealth of knowledge and joyously shared that with everyone around him. My thoughts and prayers with his family. Rhonda Dorsey, October 15, 2020 Randy was a very good friend and he will be sorely missed! Randy had been the director of our men’s Bible study for several years and made great contributions to our studies. We worked alongside one another backstage at the Prestonwood Christmas program year in and year out. Randy gave of his time freely to promote the gospel of Jesus Christ. Randy is now at peace in the arms of our Lord. Richard Carlson, October 14, 2020 Randy represents an Old School model that no longer exists.....100% dependable, 100% good, and 0% drama. It was a joy and a blessing to grow up in the business with him, beginning in 1983. My working world has pretty much always had Randy in it and he leaves a hole that cannot be filled. He loved his Lord, family and business colleagues completely . Thanks for a million things Randy. Dary Stone, October 13, 2020 I worked with Randy for almost 20 years. He was also my go-to person. He would work with me with patience and kindness and always with such a great sense of humor. He had the utmost integrity and his Christian values were ever present. He also loved his family and it’s to you that I wish peace and comfort in your grief. He was a wonderful man and he will be missed. Sandi Fincanon, October 13, 2020 Such a great man that is gone but never forgotten. Randy was always honest and straight forward, very kind to anyone that came in contact with him. It was a pleasure working with you, Randy! My heart and prayers go out to his family....condolences to his wife and children. Nicole Ufondu, October 13, 2020 I had the pleasure of working with Randy while at C&W, he was a truly special person. I was on the ops side and Randy was my go to for help/support/even winning new business. He never backed away from a challenge, always took care of those around him and was a true friend. I was hoping when I saw the email heading I was going to hear Randy was retiring and spending all his time with his family that he loved. My prayers are with all of you who lost such an incredible man. With deepest sympathy Laurie Harper Atlanta, GA Laurie Harper, October 13, 2020 I was not a close friend or even recent work acquaintance of Randy's. . . but I knew him as a brother in faith and as a wonderful, upstanding man. I met him many years ago, while working as an administrative assistant for a commercial real estate firm that began as Faison Stone. We didn't even work together, on a day-to-day basis, but his character and trust in the Lord was always evident, no matter when our paths crossed. He was a good man; he was honest and committed to doing the best job possible. He was always helpful and had the most beautiful smile. I know he will be missed by his family and close friends - but I wanted you to know, from someone who was just on the sidelines of his life, that he will be remembered and always held in great esteem. I pray that Father God will strengthen and bless and comfort each of you. Paula Slagle, October 13, 2020 I always enjoyed visiting with Randy about his mission trips to China and recall being amazed that he had even ventured into North Korea to assist with a delivery of milk. At work he was to the point, but he always had time to sit down and take the time to explain the issue at hand. if I were to describe Randy I would simply say he as a kind man and that he will be missed. My sympathies to the Faltys family. John John Wehmeyer, October 13, 2020 My prayers are with the family and friends at this time... Keith Blackmon, October 13, 2020 I am so saddened and shocked. Randy was a great person and Christian and I really enjoyed working with him a number of years. He had a great laugh and sense of humor. He will be sorely missed. My thoughts and condolences go out to his family. Scott Stovall, October 12, 2020