Randal Ray McBee


Randal Ray McBee was born June 15, 1953 at the Watonga Hospital in Watonga to Albert and Alveria (Sowers) McBee and passed away October 29, 2017 at the age of 64. Randy was a resident of the Watonga community most of his life. After graduating from Watonga High School in 1981 he attended Panhandle State College becoming involved with Ranchers, horses and livestock. He spoke of many friends and his fondness for the range. After returning to Watonga he continued his love of being a horseman, assisting many ranchers with livestock around the area and state. He was a state livestock inspector for a time and as a young man worked for many individuals as well as Wheeler Brothers Feed Lot, where he made many friends and lasting memories. Randy also drove a truck state wide as well as cross country, for many different individuals and companies. He loved the long trips, he just wished he could have stopped to see all the sights. Randy enjoyed visiting with friends, family and meeting new people at the family owned McBee’s Steak House in Watonga. He was currently employed as a truck driver by Kingfisher Construction Company. When not working, he was most happy riding horses with friends, and attending or participating in equine events. He liked going to rodeos as well as Arts and Craft Shows. He was preceded in death by: His father; Albert McBee, grandparents; Lambert and Nora Sowers and Leon and Bertie McBee Choplin Patton, Aunts and Uncles; Earl and Florence Sowers, Jesse and Lucile Sowers, Elva Mae Sowers, Roy and Dorothy McBee and Loyd McBee. Randy is survived by his mother; Alveria (Sowers) McBee of Watonga, OK; One sister: Connie McBee of Watonga, OK; Cousins: Raymond and Jean Sowers and family, Sharon (McBee) Lacasse, Buddy McBee and family, Steve and Debbie McBee, Aunt and Uncle: Donald and Edwin McBee and family and special friends, Penny Hogenson, her three children; Clayton Hogenson, Dylan Boon and Jennifer Gerbers as well as numerous other relatives and friends.

Randy said a long time ago……Just have them put Randy has left town.”

Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one’s choice or an Equine Rescue. Funeral services for Randy will be held Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 2:00 P.M. at the Methodist Church in Watonga, Ok with Rev. Charlie Sappington officiating. Burial will follow in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Watonga, OK. Wilkinson Mortuary of Watonga in charge of arrangements

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