We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Golden Gate Mortuary
In Randolph's free time he participated in playing basketball, as well as coaching his oldest son. He also enjoyed playing football. Growing up, he played the drums and sang in the sunshine band at Langston Memorial. As he grew older, he began to make his own music. He loved to travel, trying new food, collecting shoes, and was bussinessman.
Randolph was a genuine soul and spoke words of wisdom, while also offering a listening ear. He was known as the "Gentle Giant".
He was very optimistic and outspoken. Randolph touched many hearts in his 26 years of life. Forever in our hearts, love you always.
Randolph was called to Heaven on November 14, 2021. Randolph was born in Amarillo, Texas, and was residing in Amarillo at the time of his passing.
He is survived by his mother: Carolyn Daniel, grandmother: Freddie Daniel, aunts: Rowena Daniel, Beverly Daniel, and Lisa Daniel, uncles: Kenneth Roland and Tony Luke, Sr., brothersa: Kiaeem Daniel and Adrian Daniel, two sons: Braeylin Sims and Kingston Sims, his unborn daughter: Ra'Niyah Sims, god daughter: Ti'annah Kilgore, close friends: Moraye Burgess and Larry Douglas, mothers of his children: Brittany Garcia, Kadi Young, and Tree'Asia Pierson, and a host of cousins, family members, and friends.
Randolph is now reunited in Heaven with his father: Randolph Sims, grandfather: George Daniel, friends: Orlando, Greg, Max, and Russell, aunts: Cynthia Roland, and uncles: Michael Daniel and George Daniel, Jr.