Randy A. Gjerseth, 65, of Leesburg passed away on Friday, May 15, 2020.
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He was born in Black River Falls, WI. In 1978 the whole family moved from, Green Bay, WI to Florida. He has resided in Leesburg for many years. His dad bought a car dealership in Leesburg but Randy would tell everyone that he moved here because they kicked him out of Wisconsin because he didn't like cheese. He spent most of his life in the car business and the RV business. He married Vickie November 10, 2007 and they have 3 little dogs, Dakota, Bo, and Miley who will all miss him very much. He was a member of the Amvets Post 2006, the American Legion in Fruitland Park, and the Leesburg Moose. He loved to pick up his mom to go play poker at the Amvets with Vickie and anyone else that would play. He collected eagles, loved Harley Davidsons, and was a huge fan of President Trump. Most of the time you saw him in a Harley shirt, or something with an eagle on it, and, always wearing a Trump cap. One thing everyone knew was not to buy him a t-shirt without a pocket because he would not wear it. He never missed Bike-Fest and seldom missed Bike Week. He loved Nascar and would not miss a race on TV but was really excited when he got to go to the Daytona race last year with his "favorite" sister, Roxy (his only sister) and brother-in-law, Chris Green. He also loved to bet on football with Chris but Randy always got the Packers. When he and Vickie went to his sister's house for any holiday he always took his Natural Light Beer with him and always left with a plate full of her Easy Bars, his favorite dessert.. His favorite music was Country so before his Trump caps he always had on a cowboy hat, jeans, and cowboy boots.
Survived by: Loving wife, Vickie Gjerseth; Mother, Corliss M. Gjerseth; Sister, Roxanne (Roxy) Hanson (Chris Green - Brother-in-law) and Nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father Harold P. (Bud) Gjerseth
Randy will be interred near his father by mile marker 22 in the Gulf of Mexico.