Randall "Randy" Eugene Lacy


September 25, 1958 ~ January 7, 2023

Born in: Omaha, Nebraska
Resided in: Fletcher, North Carolina

Fletcher- Randall “Randy” Eugene Lacy, 64, of Fletcher, died Saturday, January 7, 2023 at Mission Hospital.

A native of Omaha, NE, he was a son of Carol Moffet Gosnell of Fletcher and of the late Eldon Lacy. Randy was also preceded in death by his beloved step-father, William Joseph Gosnell.

In 1986, Randy and his soon to be wife, Sharon, moved to North Carolina. He worked for Wrights Machinist and Tool for several years. His love for the Kansas City Chiefs and his family was more than anyone could imagine. Sundays were for football and dinner with his family. He also found joy in traveling on cruises.

In addition to his mother, Randy is survived by his wife of 35 years, Sharon Wendland Lacy; one daughter, Carol “CJ” Lacy of Canton; two sons, Anthony Lacy (Amanda) of Fletcher and Michael Lacy (Loretta) of Hendersonville; one sister, Barbara Lovelace of Fletcher; one brother, Glenn E. Gosnell of Black Mountain; seven grandchildren, Markis, Amber, Nathan, Abigail, Nicholas, Bentley and Elizabeth Grace as well as several nieces, nephews and friends.

A Celebration of Randy’s Life will be held in the summer of 2023. However, for those who desire and in lieu of flowers, contributions in Randy’s memory be made to either the American Heart Association or National Kidney Foundation.

Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian is assisting the family.

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  1. Worked with Randy years at Wrights Machine. He was my friend and it breaks my heart . I’m very sorry to the family.

    • Thank you. We will reach out to you when we figure out a date for his celebration of life. Thank you for being such wonderful friend.

  2. Randy was a Gentle Giant. Very kind hearted. I met Randy at Wright’s Machine where we worked together many years. He was a true friend.
    I remember the early days at Asheville Motor Speedway meeting Sharon, CJ, and Michael enjoying the race and socializing with everyone.
    Randy will truly be missed.
    I pray God’s Grace to supply all you need during this hard time.
    He will if you ask and believe.
    Your friend,
    Wayne Dotson

    • Thank you. Randy is so very missed. He was very fond of you. Thank you for being a great friend. We will reach out when we have a date for his celebration of life.

      We did check to see if we had your number. We could not find it.
      Feel free to email your number to me Randy’s daughter in law lorettaludwig9675@gmail I’ll give it straight to Sharon.

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