Randolph "Randy" Earl Leinhauser
May 14, 1962 - December 16, 2021
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Cavanagh Family Funeral Home
301 Chester PIke
Norwood, PA 19074
610-532-3120 | Map
Saturday 2/5, 12:30 pm

Randolph E. Leinhauser May 14, 1962 – December 16, 2021   Sadly, on December 16, Randolph Earl (“Randy”) Leinhauser, aged 59, passed away at his beach home in Rehoboth Beach, DE.   He loved his beach home and made many great memories there. He had the best neighbors who always had time for a neighborly…

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Daniel Gonzalez left a message on January 5, 2022:
Sorry of hearing that we lost Randy. Got to know him while in the industry and was always a joy to spend time with him. Too too young….. he will be miss…
Theo Broeren left a message on January 5, 2022:
I was saddened to hear the news about Randy. He was a good guy, enjoying the life every day. That could always be felt in the meetings we had. He was a packaging engineer with lots of knowledge and experience, easy in access and very nice working with. Words fail me. I wish close collegues and family all the best. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
Walter Roeffen left a message on January 5, 2022:
Terrible news to hear. I would like to offer my condolences to the family and wish them all the best for the future.
Taizo Hasegawa left a message on January 4, 2022:
I hope he is at peace now.
Gabriela Guerrero left a message on January 4, 2022:
Words are not enough. Hope his beloved ones find peace in their souls until they all meet again in Heaven.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Dave Schell left a message on December 27, 2021:
I was saddened to hear the news about Randy. Although we didn't know each other for long, his warm personality and ability to tell great stories made him a quick friend. He could really light up a room. I'm going to miss you.
Annemarie Walsh left a message on December 27, 2021:
In memory of Randolph "Randy" Earl Leinhauser, Annemarie Walsh lit a candle
Dean Yoder left a message on December 27, 2021:
I'm saddened of this mornings news. Randy , the last we had a blast together was the ski bus load of us to New York in 1981. You had the big laugh high voltage persona even early on. I tried to reach you with message a few times hear. I told you stories and memories of our Collingdale Bulldogs football team in the 70's, The awesome coaches, the other kids, you were a starter, a leader , a bad ass to be conteded with us hard hitters, the pep rallies and that home town Collingdale feel parades and bands . YOU loved The Boss ! YOU tuned me in to the lyrics of "Born To Run" when I was ignorant. We attended different schools, lived on the opposite side of town . In those days we hoofed it miles across town in heavy snow we no longer have to hop cars up and down McDade. YOU TOUGHT ME THAT Randy ! and I remember you when we romped the woods around Harris School. I'm sorry we missed each other this time around to share our live stories. May your family and friends celebrate your life
Chelsea Shortlidge left a message on December 27, 2021:
Randy has been my colleague and friend for over 6 years and hands down one of the nicest, goofiest, and kindest people that I have worked with ... Always lit up the room with his smile or a funny story. We will miss you Randy ... big Hugs to Shane and Sue. - Chelsea
Matt Risi left a message on December 27, 2021:
I will miss talking to buddy Randy about the Philadelphia EAGLES at the Havertown YMCA. God Bless!!! ( A good Wyeth Pharma guy)
Barbara Resnick Polcino left a message on December 27, 2021:
My heart is broken,but my mind is full of memories of our friendship that has lasted over 35 years.From early days at Lansdowne racquetball,to catching up on each other's lives,you always were one of my favorite people.Your passion for life and love of family and friends are your greatest attributes,but your proudest of life accomplishments was being Shane's dad.Much love sent to Sue,Shane and the entire Leinhauser family.Randy,until we meet again,I will think of you and smile, of a lifetime full of memories.Thanks for being my friend.
Dave Redanauer left a message on December 26, 2021:
Sincere condolences to Randy's family. I was totally shocked when I heard the news. I have many fond memories of traveling with Randy on our work trips to Toronto and the Netherlands. His infectious positivity will be greatly missed.
Kelly McCarthy Arbaugh left a message on December 26, 2021:
Devastating news. Randy will always be remembered fondly as someone who could light up a room with his smile and he was always smiling. His genuine kindness and love for everyone he met was amazing. I am fortunate to have known Randy well and have many wonderful memories to cherish. Sue, Stephen, Shane, Nolan, Karly and Colin, my heart breaks for all of you. Randy would want you to raise a glass and celebrate his life and know that he is watching over you with love. God bless you all all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always. Bob and Kelly
Albert DElia left a message on December 25, 2021:
To the best neighbor in the world. Words can not express this sudden loss. Randy was a man who unconditionally gave of his time. He loved my boys Luke and Colin. He taught them so much in such a short period of time. Center snapping, crabbing with hand lines in Lewis Canal, igloo building, furniture construction, and yes even building a Garage Bar- speak easy. A man who never said no. A friendship I will always cherish. Rest In Peace, my friend I will walk the journey of life thinking of you. Big Al.
Jimmy Fahy left a message on December 25, 2021:
I met Randy a few years ago when our friend, Al brought Randy on a guy’s golf weekend. We immediately became friends as if we had known each other forever. Randy was that guy! Just an easy going, fun loving guy who was friends with everyone. I was devastated to hear the news of Randy’s passing. Randy, Shane and the Leinhauser family are in our thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace, Randy. Until we meet again…
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