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George Randall Pfarr

September 17, 1955 ~ January 23, 2021

George Randall Pfarr (Randy), aged 65, was born to George Dane Pfarr and Jeanette Ruth Pfarr (Thomas) in Vero Beach, FL. He spent the majority of his life in Vero Beach, and was a graduate of United Electronics Institute (UEI) in Tampa, FL.

If you were to ask the many people who knew Randy, to describe him in one word, you may hear them respond with kind, fun, and happy; but the preponderance would describe him as selfless. There wasn’t one thing he wouldn’t give or do for a family member, friend, or stranger.

When his father passed unexpectedly, Randy left his first job out of college, and returned to Vero Beach to take care of his mother and younger siblings, and continued to care for his mother for 44 years. He worked for the City of Vero Beach as a Systems Dispatcher for 34 years. Once he retired, he went back to work for the County for five years. He loved to keep busy and help others; he had a true servant’s heart.

Randy loved going to Walt Disney World with his children, watching sporting events, and having dinner with family. Electronics, loud speakers, fast cars, or new technologies, he tried it or fixed it. One of Randy’s favorite activities was driving his Firebird and blasting his favorite rock ‘n roll. His specialty was cooking, whether it was making speckinoya, frying fish, or smoking ribs for big family gatherings. He cherished the moments he could spend with his family, and if anyone were visiting from out of town, he would always take time to see them.

A devout Christian, Randy was an active member of the First United Methodist Church in Vero Beach, FL and shared the Word of God with many.

Randy was preceded in death by his parents, and other loved ones. He is survived by his four children, Stephanie Fish, Timothy Fish, Brittany Pfarr, and Elizabeth Pfarr. He is survived by his siblings, Patti and Dane, whom he loved.

Randy was truly the best father, son, brother, and friend. We will all miss you, love you, and always remember you.


Carol Shoaf

January 26, 2021, 7:28 pm

RIH Randy. My thoughts an prayers for the family.

Justin Shane Johnson

January 27, 2021, 1:09 am

I’ll miss you my friend. Glad we shared laughs & memories for years. Hugs to your family. Rest in heaven, Pfarr Out

Ginny Beigel

January 27, 2021, 1:09 am

You will be missed Randy. Condolences and wishing comfort for your family and friends.

Judy Fenton

January 27, 2021, 1:28 pm

You will really be missed. You were happy go lucky. I’m sure you are enjoying heaven with your mom. Judy

Paul Mills

January 27, 2021, 9:14 pm

It was an honor and privilege to work with you over the years… you will be missed; my sincerest condolences to your family and friends.

A J Glaser

January 27, 2021, 11:19 pm

Randy, you are gone to soon. Our condolences to your family.

John & Susan

Janet and James Gilbert

January 28, 2021, 1:24 am

Many Years I worked with Randy, attended the First United Methodist Church, Christian Bible Study, Retreats and was always a friend. We will miss him and our thoughts and prayers reach out to the family.

James & Janet Gilbert

January 28, 2021, 1:27 am

Many Years I worked with Randy, attended the First United Methodist Church, Christian Bible Study, Retreats and was always a friend. We will miss him and our thoughts and prayers reach out to the family.

Cookie Newman

January 28, 2021, 2:49 pm

So sorry for the loss of Randy. My deepest sympathy to his family. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Richard & Betty Stevens

January 29, 2021, 6:33 pm

I worked with Randy for many years at the VB Power Plant. Randy was a good friend and
a great computer man for me. He will be missed greatly!
Our Sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with the family.

Billy McCloud

February 3, 2021, 2:26 pm

Praying for God’s supernatural peace during this very difficult time. Many blessings…..

Michal Crowe

February 22, 2021, 2:55 pm

Sincere condolences to all of Randys family. We met him a couple of years ago while visiting Vero Beach. He was the next door neighbour. A pleasure to have known him, albiet only for a month. Sad news indeed.
Sincerely, Michal and Vance Crowe, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Charles Cooper

May 2, 2021, 10:51 pm

Randy and I were cousins His father and my mother were brother & sister. We played together as children when his family and mine lived near each other in Marathon, Fl – during the late 1960s. I remember often hearing the singing voice of Aunt Jean when I visited their home.
Later, When we all lived in Vero, he & I got together on occasion, but certainly not as often as it should have been.
It made me very sad to hear of his passing. I wish the best for his family and believe their faith in God has been a great support for them.
Your Cousin, Charlie Cooper

Ben Pearson

May 12, 2021, 2:33 pm

I have know Randy since I was in high school, back in the 80’s, here in Vero Beach. He worked with my dad at the power plant. I would go over and listen to his high end audio equipment and he helped my with my first car stereos. I would see him from time to time but lost touch a bit over the years but Randy never changed, always kind and smiling. My heart is breaking for him and the family.

Benjamin Thomas

January 11, 2022, 8:49 am

Randy was really an inspiring cousin – his early interest in computers was the reason I work in technology and gaming today.

One of my earliest memories was visiting his house and him showing me and my brother what you could do with a x386, the potential, and the games you could set up – it blew my mind. When we were leaving he ran out and gave me a case of floppy disks with about 20-30 different games and programs that I played and tinkered with over the next 5-10 years. I will forever remember that moment as one of the best gifts and one of the best impressions to inspire my growing mind.

He was always giving, showing, teaching, and inspiring, any time I was in the area he would always invite me over and show me what he was working on, and these memories have a great place in my heart.

Rest in peace, Randy.

Laurel Shaffer

January 12, 2022, 2:15 am

My sweet cousin ‘Dazzle’… One of my first remembrances of him was when we were both 5 years old. We were flower girl and ring bearer for our Uncle Timmy and Aunt Joanies wedding. As a child every year our family would visit with our Florida relatives… And that always included seeing our cousins and doing Beach picnics and fish fry’s. Randy was always always always happy to see us, and later on as adults he would insist on doing big food feasts for us when we were in town. He took such good care of my mom after my dad passed, helping her in so many ways, with technology, picking up people in Orlando on airport runs, and just being always available to help. I loved his passion he had for his kids, he always put others ahead of himself. He did make the best Speckinoya… Will miss you very much, you left a great legacy!

florence beagle

January 12, 2022, 2:29 pm


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