Juliette “Julie” Randall September 12, 1951 - November 24, 2020

Juliette “Julie” Beale Randall was born in Saint Mary, Jamaica on September 12,1951. She grew up in May Pen, Jamaica with her mother, Esmie, father, Aston, and siblings, Audrey, Lunior, Kirk, and Navlet. She immigrated to the United States in 1969, where she first lived in Hyattsville, MD.

On July 6, 1974, she married the love of her life, Garth Saint Clair Randall. They moved to Media, PA where they had three children, Guyan, Ashanna, and Omar.

Julie was loved by all. She was known for her joyful laugh, radiant smile, and delicious food. She loved her family fiercely and had genuine warmth towards everyone she met. Julie had a true servant’s heart. She would always serve others with an extra helping of joy and gratitude.

Julie was a parishioner of St. John Chrysostom Catholic Church. She had the spiritual gift of seeing the good in all people and in all situations. Julie was always encouraging, uplifting, and caring. Above all, she loved the Lord by truly loving her neighbors. She cherished walking, socializing, and praying with her friends. Her heart overflowed with humility and grace.

Julie is survived by her husband Garth, children Guyan (Kathleen), Ashanna (Andy), and Omar; grandchildren Carter, Mia, Noelle, Juliette, and Sienna; brothers, sisters, nephews, nieces, cousins, in-laws and a host of friends.

Her hope was in Jesus, so we know she is in Heaven. We look forward to the day we see her again. We are certain she is prepping quite a feast for us all when we get there.

Funeral details:
Here is the recording for the funeral service on Dec. 1, 2020

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The service starts at the 6min mark.
In lieu of flowers, our family requests that donations be made in Julie Randall’s name to:
Little Sisters of the Poor Philadelphia.

For funeral questions please contact:
Bateman-Allen Funeral Home
4220 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015
(610) 876-5237

Burial: Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery
1600 S. Sproul Rd, Springfield, PA 19064; (610) 544-4933


Funeral details:
Tuesday, December 1, 2020
In person: St John Chrysostom Catholic Church, 617 S. Providence Rd, Wallingford,PA 19086,
Viewing (open casket): 9:15am - 10:30amEST,
Family Remembrance Speeches: 10:30amEST
Funeral Mass: 11amEST
Virtual (starting 10:30amEST)
Meeting ID: 871 3949 4462
Passcode: jrandall

For funeral questions please contact:
Bateman-Allen Funeral Home
4220 Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015
(610) 876-5237

Burial: Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery
1600 S. Sproul Rd, Springfield, PA 19064; (610) 544-4933

In lieu of flowers, our family requests that donations be made in Julie's name to
Little Sisters of the Poor Philadelphia.


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    Wray and Paula says

    Julie will be missed by all. Her time with us was taken unexpected and too soon.
    Although her time was short it was a life well lived.
    Always in our hearts.
    RIP our friend

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    Maureen & Jimmy says

    We mourn the death of our dear and special friend, Julie. We will always remember her smile which drew everyone in, her love and caring for her family, her kindness and generosity to her friends and others. It is comforting to know that she lived a happy and fulfilled life.
    Our sincere Condolences goes out to her entire Family.
    We will miss Julie greatly. RIP, friend.

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    Jacqueline Campbell Powell says

    New to the USA I met Julie and Garth at their home in 1980. I will never forget the welcome, love and warmth she showed me. It was like meeting an old friend. She was like that to everyone she met. I LOVE YOU Julie. RIP my friend. You will be forever missed by all who knew and met you. My heartfelt CONDOLENCE to her family, Garth, her children and grandchildren.

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      Dame Karlene and Victor Davis says

      We mourn the passing of a phenomenal, warm and loving friend whom we met many years ago having come from the UK.Julie’s smile epitomised her giving personality. Nothing was too much for her. We always enjoyed her company and thoughtfulness and will miss her. Gone too soon. RIP Julie. Our love and sympathy go to Garth, Her children and grandchildren.

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        Paul and Marcia Gunter says

        Condolences to the family. Rest-in-peace Julie.

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    Christine Bothwell says

    I know you are already aware of how wonderful your mother was. I am member of her Faith Sharing Group and also St. John Chrysostom Church. I am so sorry for you all. She was so kind, gentle, and always had a smile! I will miss her. God Bless you all and please accept my deepest sympathy.

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    Yvonne Palmer says

    Julie and I walked the long road to Glenmuir High School for many years. Julie, Gloria, Launa and I were always together for those five years. Although she migrated, we kept in touch and would share pictures of our growing families. She was a beautiful person and a joy to be with. . We were blessed to have her and she will always be remembered for her winning smile. I look forward to welcoming her back in the resurrection.
    My sincere condolences to Garth, children, Mom and siblings

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      Andil bruce says

      My condolence to the family miss Julie was a loving caring sharing Beautiful lady with a Lot of smiles every time I see her there was a smile on her face I can remember when I used to work at Mr. Garth factory and there was a Christmas party I think it was like 2015 we had went to hibachi restaurant all you can eat it was my first time ever going there her words to me was eat up Andil eat up and make sure you get a second wrongs it was funny to me because she always wanted me to eat I can also remember that time when Miss Julie and Mr. Garth took me to Penn relays that was my first time as well bought my ticket and all. that was a great experience she was such a caring person and will truly be missed by many And may her soul rest in peace until we meet again she will never be forgotten

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    Val & Pete Collington (UK) says

    Sincere condolences to Julie’s family. This loving, caring wife, mother and grandmother will be greatly missed by them and the extended family and friends. She created a great legacy that will continue to shine.
    It was such a pleasure to know this amazing, kind, thoughtful, joyous, generous woman whose love seems to have extended beyond boundaries. Her smile and laughter touched so many.
    Thank God for her life. She is now with her Heavenly Father, having fulfilled her purpose here on earth.
    Dear Julie, rest in eternal peace

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    Jana C. Taylor says

    Julie always included me as her family, especially after my personal circumstances unraveled. She loved her nephew and niece (MY son and daughter), and healed my soul with her happiness. Dear Family, take care of each other as she took care of you all. Take care Garth, and allow your family to take care of you. Rest in peace, dear Julie.

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