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Randall E “Randy” Semple 1951-2023

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Randall E “Randy” Semple, 71, of Biglerville, passed away September 15, 2023 in Chambersburg Hospital.

Randy was born September 23, 1951 in Chambersburg, a son of the late Jesse E. and Margaret (Seibert) Semple.   He was employed at Letterkenny Army Depot until retiring.

Remembered as jovial and fun loving, he enjoyed playing guitar, country music, hunting, fishing and Nascar. 

Surviving are his children: Jamie L. Semple, Rockhill, Jason Semple, Blairs Mills, Jessica Gipe (Ronnie), Fayetteville, Chelsea Semple, Chambersburg and stepson, Austin Strait, Shippensburg, a number of grandchildren,  1 brother, John E. Semple (Ruth) of Spring Run and 3 sisters; Joyce Forney (Darryl) of   Waynesboro, Linda Semple and Beatrice Semple of Orbisonia, a sister-in-law Mary Jane Semple of Shippensburg, nieces and nephews and a dear friend, Tara Horn, Shippensburg.  

He was preceded in death by a sister, Caroline Clark and a brother, Donald Semple.

The service will be held Wednesday, Sept. 20th at 11 a.m. in the Agett-Lakjer Funeral Home, 16715 Path Valley Road, Spring Run, PA with Pastor John E. Semple officiating.

Viewing prior to the service 10 to 11 a.m.  Interment Salem Cemetery, Blairs Mills, PA  

In lieu of flowers the family prefers donations in his name to the Spring Run Bible Church designated for the Regan Missionary Family. Church mailing address: 20722 Hammond Road, Spring Run, PA 17262


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