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Dr. Harvey Henry Randolph, Jr.

December 22, 1940 — March 16, 2024

Port Neches

Dr. Harvey Randolph passed away peacefully on March 16, 2024.
Harvey (Butch, Doc, et al) was born on December 22, 1940, in Galveston, TX to Harvey Randolph Sr. and Romaine Robson Randolph.  He grew up in Port Arthur, TX, attended Bishop Byrne School ('59) and Lamar University then moved to Kirksville, Missouri to earn his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. Upon completion of his degree, he returned to his hometown area to practice medicine for over 50 years.
 
Harvey met his wife, Carol, to whom he was married for 45 years, prior to Carol’s passing in 2010. Together, they had 4 children, Harvey Henry "Butch" Randolph III, Dana Lynn, Todd (wife, Tracy), and John (wife, Tiffany). Harvey had four grandchildren: Ansley Randolph, Weston Randolph, Ethan Randolph, and Greyson Randolph.
 
Having earned his Eagle Scout, Harvey had a great passion for leading others to the highest rank awarded in the Boy Scouts.  He was involved at the troop level as a Scoutmaster, at the Council level and nationally with the Scouts.  He was honored with numerous service awards at all levels in the scouts.  To Harvey, it was never about the awards, it was always about helping others see the value in Scouting and service to others. Harvey served at more than 5 National Jamborees as one of the staff physicians combining his love for the scouts with his profession of caring for others.
 
Harvey also served as the team physician for Bishop Byrne and Thomas Jefferson High Schools in Port Arthur for many years.  Seeing both schools play in state championship games and enjoying seeing some of those players go on to play football at major universities.

Continuing his service to others and duty to country, in his early 40’s, Harvey joined the United States Army Reserves as a physician. Harvey retired at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel after serving for more than 10 years, including active duty during Operation Desert Storm.  
 
Although he did not attend Texas A&M, Harvey, ‘A(Associate) fell in love with the school, which 3 of his children attended. He was involved with and supported the Beaumont A&M Club for many years, Parents Weekend and rarely, if ever, missed a home game since 1987. He was a supporter of other organizations on campus as well, including The Corp of Cadets.

 Harvey in preceded in death by his wife Carol of 45 years, son, Harvey “Butch”, brother, Gary Randolph, parents, Harvey Sr. and Romaine Randolph.

 The life and legacy of Dr. Harvey Randolph will be celebrated with a visitation on Friday evening, March 22, 2024, beginning at 5:00 p.m. at Levingston Funeral Home in Groves.  A period of reflection with Pastoral remarks will begin at 6:00 p.m. with the visitation continuing afterwards.

 In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to either Folds of Honor supporting families of fallen and disabled soldiers, or the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital giving every child a chance to live their best life.

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