Randall C. Carter

Randall C. Carter

Randall
Randall Carter, died June 4, 2003 at the age of 43 in a motorcycle accident. Randy is survived by his wife, Allyce McAlarnis-Carter; his son Zackery; daughters Victoria and Jaime; siblings Russell Burns, John Rosar, Janie Rosar, Lisa Young and Brooke Buckmeier. Also surviving Randy are his mother, Anne Rosar and stepfather, John and father David Carter and stepmother, Cynthia. South Bay resident for many years, Randy was an avid skier, surfer and skater; with a love for the outdoors, Randy was known to get on his motorcycle and frequently head up to the Malibu and Mulholland areas. Randy had the great ability to bring a smile to everyone he encountered; being an enormous flirt, he was known to Allyce's friends as ''Love Bug'', loving to take pictures with all the girls. Randy will be truly missed and remembered by all those whose lives he touched and loved. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, June 8 at 3:00pm at Mc Cormick Mortuary, 1998 S Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach, CA 90277, Phone: (310) 540-7444. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Randy's name to Surfrider Foundation or Alcoholics Anonymous.

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  1. Dear Ann and Dave, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember the years we shared together with our children and will always hold fond memories of Randy. Call me if you would like to talk (707) 523-4843. Love, Marsha

  2. Dear Allyce, my name is Mike Cekalovich ( you sold us our house in Lomita on Adamo Ave 7 years ago) Anyway I met Randy on the DUCATI ride to Las Vegas back in 2001. We hooked up right away as we were the only two who stuck out in the group of posers( like you find that hard to believe). We both had very similar back ground growing up Skater/Surfer/Motorcyclist. He will truly missed by all who knew him. My condolences M-

  3. Randall Carter was a very good brother to my son, Russell Burns and will be very missed by all who knew him. Russell will treasure his memory and he will never be forgotten. Our deepest sympathy goes to Russell, their Mother Anne and to Randall\’s wife and children. Our prayers are with them.

  4. Mrs.allyce McAlaris-Carter & Family I met randy just about 2 months ago he was in my group in kaiser and i found him very sweet and very kind he use to ride his bike every tuesday and thursday and the last time i spoke to him was thursday 6-3-04 and he sounded very happy . and well he will be missed very much .he will always remain in my heart as a friend forever. god bless you and your family and i will keep you in my prayers tonight. thank you grace martinez

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Randall
Carter, Randall died June 4, 2003 at the age of 43 in a motorcycle accident. Randy is survived by his wife, Allyce McAlarnis-Carter; his son Zackery; daughters Victoria and Jaime; siblings Russell Burns, John Rosar, Janie Rosar, Lisa Young and Brooke Buckmeier. Also surviving Randy are his mother, Anne Rosar and stepfather, John and father David Carter and stepmother, Cynthia. South Bay resident for many years, Randy was an avid skier, surfer and skater; with a love for the outdoors, Randy was known to get on his motorcycle and frequently head up to the Malibu and Mulholland areas. Randy had the great ability to bring a smile to everyone he encountered; being an enormous flirt, he was known to Allyce's friends as ''Love Bug'', loving to take pictures with all the girls. Randy will be truly missed and remembered by all those whose lives he touched and loved. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, June 8 at 3:00pm at Mc Cormick Mortuary, 1998 S Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach, CA 90277, Phone: (310) 540-7444. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Randy's name to Surfrider Foundation or Alcoholics Anonymous.

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  1. I\’m sorry I never took the chance to meet Randy, my Father (Gary Nixon, a work/poker friend who unfortunately will miss the service due to a death in the family in Kansas) always spoke highly of Randy and of his character. Truly a sad day but he\’ll be knee down and if not that then he\’ll be in endless powder – a better place for sure. Condolences to his family.

  2. Although I don\’t believe I ever met Randy, I had replied to him and his comments on various topics on a message board in which he was well known and liked. My prayers to Randy and his family.

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