Robert N. "Bobby" Randolph, 82 went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, October 7th at his residence in Frederick MD. \r\n\r\nBorn January 15th, 1939, to the late Milton U. Randolph and Dorothy Lucille Fredrick. At a young age, his mother passed away and he was raised by his grandmother the late Mozelle Rollins in Hyattstown. After his grandmother's passing, he was raised by his father and stepmother Edwina Randolph. \r\n\r\nHe was educated in Montgomery County schools and after graduation, Bobby worked with his Uncle Irving Randolph at a Sanitation Department. Over the years, he held jobs at F.E. Gregory, Thomas's English Muffin, Highs, Dairy Made Dairy, retiring from Morning Star Foods. He was an amazing truck driver, driving trucks for over 40 years and winning several work trucking competitions. \r\n \r\nObsessed with the "Redskins" now the Washington Football team, Bobby and his friends attended and watched many games together. Bobby loved food, with crabs and crab legs being some of his favorite. Bobby Loved buffets and you could always find him at Golden Corral. Not only did he love watching football, but he also had a reoccurring date every Monday and Wednesday night watching WWE Raw and Smackdown. \r\n\r\nBobby loved music and would often play a mean "air guitar" and would sing or whistle any tune. You were truly blessed if you ever witnessed him doing "Handbone". His love of music was coupled with his love for Conversion Vans. Everyone knew Bobby was coming when they would see one of his many vans turn the corner. Hanging with friends, playing cards, and having a good time with his favorite drink Tanqueray were some of his favorite ways to pass the time.\r\n\r\nBobby was a kind, giving, and levelheaded man who mentored and deeply touched all the people in his life. He truly was a real friend whom everyone loved. He would give you the shirt off his back and did that in so many ways for people. Bobby had a heart of gold that many people can learn from. Being a father to his 3 children was his greatest accomplishment. He loved his children very much and did everything for them with each child having a special place in his heart. Bobby had many nicknames Cool Pop, Bob, B, Pop-Pop, Pappy, and Randolph just to name a few.\r\n\r\nOur memories of his caring soul will live in our hearts forever. Bobby will always be remembered as a loving Father, Father in Law, Uncle, Brother, Cousin, Co-Worker, and Friend to everyone who knew him. He will truly be missed by all. U Reckon!\r\n\r\nHe is survived by 2 children Chauncey P. Randolph of Germantown and Linnea A. Randolph-Lopez and husband Javier Lopez Nunez of New Windsor. Siblings, Gwendolyn "Susie" Graves of Fredrick, Roxanne Randolph of Poolesville, Eva Randolph Harris and husband Richard Harris of Inwood WV, and two Aunts Anita Neal of Rockville, and Margruder Randolph of Gaithersburg. God saw fit to Bless Bobby with 5 Grandchildren, 7 Great Grandchildren, and 8 Great Grandchildren.\r\n\r\nHe was preceded in death by his son Craig N. Randolph, Granddaughter Monica N. Randolph, Great Grandson Zion Ferguson, Sister Natalie Adams, and Nephew Quincy Randolph.