Randy Flax 1956 - 2019

Randy Flax, of Eastchester, NY sadly passed away on April 1, 2019 at the age of 62. Randy was born May 17, 1956 in Mount Vernon, NY to Mel and Connie Flax. Randy was an avid bowler, NY Jets and NY Yankees fan. Outside of his love for his family, he had a special place in his heart for cats, especially his own. His love for them inspired him to be a great donor and friend of the humane society. Randy is survived by his cherished son Greyson, loving father Mel, caring sisters Harley (Jay) Gerlitz, Nancy (John) Armentano and adoring niece and nephews Jesse, Melissa, Tyler, Ryan and Alex. Randy was predeceased by his mother Connie. Shiva will be at 4 Douglas Place, Eastchester, NY on Sunday after 2pm.

Funeral Service

Sunday, April 7th 2019 at 10:00 AM
Weinstein Memorial Chapel
1652 Central Park Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10710
(914) 793-3800


Sharon Gardens Cemetery
273 Lakeview Avenue
Valhalla, NY 10595
(914) 949-0347


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    joseph Mariani (Muko) says

    Every time in my life that I would see you it was a happy experience.Your smile and sense of humor and your tender heart will be missed and always remembered. R.I.P. my dear friend.

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    Susan Marks Shapouri says

    My sweet “Buddy”loving you and the happiness you brought into my life for over 50 years. I’ll miss you so much. You were and still remain one of my favorite people ever. Rest easy my friend till we meet again ❤️

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    Jill Calabro says

    Randy, Randy,Randy!
    What a long strange trip it has been for us. Was a tough ride for all involved but w/o us their would be no Greyson. I cant imagine my life with him not in it!
    On this very sad occasion I want to thank you for our son!
    You lived ur life exactly the way u wanted to. Enjoy ur journey find peace w/ all who will b there to greet u! Love,Jill

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    Phillip Fayon says

    To Randy’s Loved Ones,
    It was with great sadness that I learned about Randy’s passing. Randy was my upstairs neighbor when I lived in Port Chester. I never minded the noise coming from his apartment because it was Randy upstairs (and he didn’t seem to mind my banging on a piano at all hours). I remember him as a gentle soul with a smile on his face (even when the Jets stunk up the place). My thoughts and prayers are with you. While I did not know him well, I know this: if there’s a heaven, Randy’s there. Sincerely, Phillip

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