On April 12, 2019, our beloved Randy Rush unexpectantly passed away. We praise God for His life and we dearly miss him and all that he did for us.
In fact, Randy died while serving others. He was picking up groceries for his church food pantry program that blessed hundreds of homes when he suffered a fatal heart attack. With his passing, we have all lost a giving man of God in our lives and he has left behind the family he loved: his wife (Jerrie) and their three children (Noah, Daniel, and Naomi).
To those touched by Randy’s giving spirit, we all want to come together to help and give back to his family. We have created this campaign to support Jerrie and the kids with mounting bills, debts and future care for the kids. As we all know, kids have needs. Not just the typical costs of school, sports, etc., but Randy’s children currently have several pressing needs concerning various private medical and educational therapies.
As a community of friends and family, we can personally share this openly with you – the need is very real. The struggle is heavy, and we are here to help lift it. All proceeds will go directly to Jerrie Rush.
Before he passed, Randy was working tirelessly to support his home climb out of overwhelming financial needs, among them the very real possibility of losing their house. He was so busy blessing us with his life and giving to others that we feel moved by God to give charitably in return.
Please join with us as we come together and see that Randy’s family stays in their home and they get the money they need in this season of loss and in the coming years. Please feel free to share this with those who knew and loved Randy because as friends of his family, we all want to help. Together, by God’s grace, we can make a difference for his family.
Thank you so much for your kindness, love, giving and above all your prayers to God for Randy’s family. The Rush family is asking that in lieu of sending flowers, please consider a gift of any kind via this website.
“Pure and undefiled religion before God the Father,
cares for widows and the fatherless in their affliction.”