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Ashley Elizabeth Randolph
Joiner-Anderson Funeral Home & Crematory
Ashley Elizabeth Randolph
Ashley Elizabeth Randolph, age 31, died on November 9th, 2018, in Statesboro, Ga.
    She was born on November 11th, 1986, in East Liverpool, Ohio. She attended Greenbriar High School in Evans, Ga., and graduated with the Class of 2005.
    Following high school, she studied at Georgia Southern University and Augusta Tech, and was currently a student at Ogeechee Technical College.
    Ashley was a lifelong dancer, having taught dance during and after high school.
    She is preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Kenneth C. Randolph and Mary Shanafelt Randolph of St. Joseph, Michigan; and an aunt, Karen Goldner Randolph.
    Ashley is survived by her parents, John M. Randolph and Dana Huston Randolph of Evans, Georgia; a brother, Andrew Randolph of Savannah, Georgia; maternal grandparents, Gerald and Roberta Huston of Calcutta, Ohio; maternal aunts and uncles, Terry Huston Kutay of Scottsboro, Ala.; Brenda Tice (John) of Suffolk, Va.; Kimberly (Steven) Betteridge of Lemoore, Calif.; Jennifer (Steve) Montella of New Middletown, Ohio; and Jeffery (Carolyn) Huston of Calcutta, Ohio; a paternal aunt and uncle, David M. Randolph of Stevensville, Michigan; and Janice K. Randolph of Mason, Mich. Many cousins also survive.    
    A memorial service will be held at West Town Community Church, 779 North Belair Road, Evans, GA 30809 on Saturday, December 1st, at 11 a.m. with Pastor Rodney Addison officiating.
    “Very truly I tell you, whoever hears My word and believes Him who sent Me has eternal life and will not be judged but has crossed over from death to life.” -- John 5:24
    Friends may sign the online register book at www.joineranderson.com.
    Joiner-Anderson Funeral Home & Crematory of Statesboro, Ga.

Statesboro Herald, November 30, 2018

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