Randy Lee Ulrich

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Randy Lee Ulrich, 49, of 1955 Dietrich Road, Mifflinburg, entered into rest at 9:09 a.m., Thursday, April 11, 2019, at his home.

He was born Sept. 4, 1969, in Lewisburg, a son of Wanda (Showers) Frederick, of Mifflinburg and the late John Ulrich Sr.

Randy was a 1989 graduate of Mifflinburg High School.

He was employed as a welder at ACF Industries, Milton.

Randy was a loving father and dedicated softball dad. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, classic cars, and animals of all kinds.

Surviving in addition to his mother, is his finace, Brenda M. Shenck, of Mifflinburg; three daughters and one son-in-law, Shae and Jason Edkin, of South Williamsport, Makalia Ulrich, of Mifflinburg, and Ryelea Ulrich, of Mifflinburg; three brothers and two sisters-in-law, John and Tammy Ulrich, of Middleburg, Harold Ulrich, of Mifflinburg, and Wayne and Linda Ulrich, of Paxtonville; and four grandchildren, Hannah, Jaelyn, Nolan, and Brennan.

Funeral services will be conducted privately.

Arrangements are by Roupp Funeral Home Inc., 8594 Old Turnpike Road, Mifflinburg.

Leave your condolences online at www.rouppfuneralhome.com.
Published on April 12, 2019
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Robin, Stan, and Ava Bierly
Apr 13, 2019
Dear Randy, we were just talking about how sad it was that Ryelea was too old to play on the 14U Prospects team this year because we were going to miss seeing you both on/at the softball field. Your devotion to Ryelea was unparalleled...she was so lucky to have you as a dad! The cooler of water that you brought to every game and practice was truly appreciated and one of Ava’s favorite memories of last season was hearing the horn on your truck announce your arrival and departure! Stan and I will never forget you sticking to your promise of letting your hair down if the girls ever won a tournament! The joy on your face that day as you whipped your hair out of your hat and spun around the inf...ield is a memory that we will always cherish. It was a true honor to know you, Randy.Read more
Robin, Stan, and Ava Bierly
Apr 13, 2019
Dear Randy, we were just talking about how sad it was that Ryelea was too old to play on the 14U Prospects team this year because we were going to miss seeing you both on/at the softball field. Your devotion to Ryelea was unparalleled...she was so lucky to have you as a dad! The cooler of water that you brought to every game and practice was truly appreciated and one of Ava’s favorite memories of last season was hearing the horn on your truck announce your arrival and departure! Stan and I will never forget you sticking to your promise of letting your hair down if the girls ever won a tournament! The joy on your face that day as you whipped your hair out of your hat and spun around the inf...ield is a memory that we will always cherish. It was a true honor to know you, RandyRead more
Randy Minium
Apr 12, 2019
Prayers For Your Family,You Will Be Missed
Billie Jo Raker BJ
Apr 12, 2019
Randy I have lots of memories of when you were with Mickey and having Shae made you become settled down and a great dad. Thank you for stopping at our house to talk to Bobby I always enjoyed talking to you and am so sorry you had to leave your loved ones. We just found out you were sick the other day so sorry we did not get a chance to come out and see you sending prayers to your loved ones God bless