April 20, 2014

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Randall John Super

Randall John Super, 57, of Cove, Arkansas, was found dead, after a long search when he went missing on July 13, 2012. The vehicle was found Wednesday, December 5, 2012, off I-70 in Indiana. He was born February 17, 1955 in Lorain, to George A. Super and Margaret V. Super.

Randall was an honor graduate from Marion L. Steel High School in 1973 from Amherst. In high school, he was a member of the National Honor Society, marching band, and concert band. While a resident of Ohio, he was a member of St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church.

Randall graduated from the University of Maine in Orono, with a bachelor’s degree in Forest Engineering. He was employed by Great Northern Paper, Wagner Woodlands in New Hampshire, and Weyerhaeuser in Washington, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. His talents were endless in any field. He was a contractor, timber cruiser, private forestry consultant, custom cabinet maker, carpenter, home builder, teacher and cattleman. He also has a private Christmas tree farm in Searsport, Maine. He was an American Tree Farm winner in the ’80′s for his superior management in timberlands.

He was united in marriage in 1984 to Elizabeth Stoeckl at St. Agnes Catholic Church. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Society of American Forestry, American Tree Farm Association, and the American Angus Association.

He was preceded in death by his father, George A. Super of Amherst.

He is survived by his mother, Margaret V. Super of Shaker Heights; brothers, Kenneth G. Super (wife, Elena) of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, and Dennis M. Super (wife, Encie) of Shaker Heights; wife, Elizabeth A. Super of Cove, Arizona; daughters, Maria Super of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Brigetta Super of Fayetteville, Arkansas, Veronica Super of Pikeville, Kentucky, and Christa Super of Cove, Arizona; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Randall Super was a faithful member of St. Agnes Catholic Church in Mena, Arkansas. He was passionate about the Lord and was a testament to his faith. He deeply loved his entire family, in-laws, co-workers, and friends. His presence, love of life, and laughter will be so missed in all of our lives. Until we meet again in paradise, rest in peace.

Interment was in Mt. Calvary Cemetery under the direction of the Beasley-Wood Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, 1 Elmwood Ave., Kansas City, KS 66103, (903) 384-6500; www.hopeforafamily.org

Online obituary available at

www.beasleywoodfuneralhome.com