OBITUARY: Jacky Randall Justice


Jacky Randall Justice, age 67, of Gallatin, Tennessee passed away in his home on November 11th, 2023.

He was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on November 29th, 1955. Jacky, also known as “Randy,” is preceded in death by his parents Bob Griffin and Nancy Pridemore, and his brother Carl Griffin.

Randy is survived by his wife Joyce Justice, his children Robert Justice, Randall Justice, Paul Kirby, and Tina Kirby, his grandchildren Matthew Sullivan, Trevor Kirby, Savanah Long, and Emily Justice, and a great-grandchild Everly. He is also survived by his sisters Donna Lobeck and Becky Noll, as well as a host of nieces and nephews.

Jacky Randall Justice, lovingly known as “Randy,” was a simple man with a heart of gold. He was a devoted family man who always cherished spending time with his loved ones. Randy had a remarkable ability to fix just about anything and was dubbed “Mr. Fix It” by those who sought his expertise. His hands were skilled in crafting solutions and bringing broken things back to life.

Born on November 29th, 1955, in Nashville, TN, Randy grew up surrounded by the Southern charm that would become an integral part of his personality. Kind and welcoming, he had a genuine warmth that made everyone feel at ease in his presence. Randy possessed a delightful sense of humor that could light up any room. His quick wit and infectious laughter brought joy to the lives of those around him.

Despite his exceptional skills and generous nature, Randy remained humble throughout his life. He never sought recognition or expected anything in return for helping others. It was simply in his nature to ensure that people felt taken care of and supported. His altruistic spirit touched countless lives and left an indelible mark on the hearts of those he encountered.

Randy’s unwavering passion for his hobbies was an important part of who he was. He treated his motorcycle with tender love and care; it was more than just a machine to him—it was his baby. On two wheels, he found freedom, adventure, and a means to escape the trials of everyday life. He loved nothing more than hitting the open road with the wind against his face.

Music also held a special place in Randy’s heart. He found solace in strumming melodies on his beloved Tommy Collins guitar—a cherished gift bestowed upon him by someone who recognized his talent and dedication. Randy’s passion for music extended beyond playing; he would eagerly share stories about his passions and engage anyone willing to listen in lively conversations about his favorite pastimes.

Sadly, on November 11th, 2023, Randy succumbed to a long and arduous battle with cancer. His passing has left a void in the lives of all who knew and loved him. However, his memory will forever be cherished, and his spirit will continue to live on in the hearts of those he touched.

To honor Randy’s life, a Memorial Gathering will be held on November 16th, 2023, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the Alexander Funeral Home & Cremation Center located at 584 Nashville Pike in Gallatin, TN. This gathering will provide an opportunity for friends and family to come together, share stories, and celebrate the incredible legacy Randy leaves behind.

In Randy’s memory, it is our hope that we carry forward his kindness, compassion, and selflessness. Let us remember to extend a helping hand to those in need and approach life with the same unwavering optimism that he exemplified. Though he may no longer be physically present with us, his resilient spirit will forever guide us along our own journeys.

Alexander Funeral Home and Cremation Center are to oversee all funeral arrangements. 584 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, TN 37066. Phone: (615) 502-0011. Online condolences may be expressed at

Randy Justice’s presence in this world was an irreplaceable gift. He brought love, joy, and laughter wherever he went—an enduring testament to a life well-lived. May his soul find eternal peace as we hold onto the precious memories of a remarkable man who touched our lives in immeasurable ways.


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