Barbara Ann (Repp) Randall Hancock, 81, of Alvarado, Texas passed away peacefully in the Lord Jesus Christ on Monday, July 27, 2020 at her home with family by her side.
She was born in Goose Creek, Texas to Luella (Clem) and Woodrow L. Repp. She grew up in Baytown, Texas and was united in marriage there on March 5, 1959 to Charles Bret Randall. To this union were born four children: Charlie Brett Randall, Forrest Wayne Randall, Gerald Ray Randall, and DeAnna Joy Randall Capps.
Barbara had a deep and caring heart. She expressed that by serving others during her working career. She was an O.R. Tech, a Nurses Aid and Activities Director for Town Hall Estates in Keene, Texas. She also served as the Food Services Director for Gulfhaven Academy in Houston, Texas.
She was a Seventh-day Adventist and member of the Joshua Seventh-day Adventist Church in Joshua, Texas.
She was preceded in death by her parents; first husband, Charlie Randall; second husband, Fred Coulson; and third husband; Billy Roy Hancock.
She is survived by sons, C. Brett Randall and wife, April, of Willow Springs, Missouri, Forrest W. Randall and wife, Leida, of Crowley, Texas, and Gerald R. Randall and wife, Teresa, of Burleson, Texas; daughter, DeAnna J. Capps and husband, Steven, of Alvarado, Texas; step-son, Joel Hancock of Crowley, Texas; granddaughters, Ashley Killman (Mark), Allison McDonald (Brian), Amanda Casinillo (Marc); grandson, Aaron Randall; great grandsons, Jayden, Ayren, and Archer; sister, Lora Mae Wagner of Denison, Texas; and brothers, Donald Repp of Old-River - Winfree, Texas and Kenneth Repp (Bonnie) of Lott, Texas; and many nieces, nephews, brothers and sisters-in-law, family, and friends.
Visitation for family and friends will be held at Rosser Funeral Home, Cleburne, Texas on Thursday, July 30, 2020 from 6 to 8. Services will be held at the V.O. & Myrtle Schneider Chapel, Keene Memorial Park Cemetery, Keene, Texas, on Friday, July 31, at 11 a.m. with burial following in the cemetery. Elder Glenn Mitchell will officiate.
All flowers should be sent to Rosser Funeral Home.