Randall Clay "Randy" Reese

May 25, 1965 - January 7, 2021

Randall Clay “Randy” Reese, 55, of Beaumont, died Thursday, January 7, 2021. He was born on May 25, 1965 to Beverly Peters and Henry Clay Reese in Beaumont.

Randy was born and raised in the north end of Beaumont, Texas, where he made lifelong friendships. He graduated in 1983 from French High School where he played football, baseball, and basketball. He graduated from Lamar in 1988 with a BBA in  Business.

He married his high school sweetheart, Myra Medina, in 1990. They had three sons who Randy loved with all his heart. In 2005, Myra went to be with Jesus. Randy poured his life into his sons, and they have grown to be young men their father was extremely proud of.  

Randy was an avid sports fan. He shared his love of sports with his sons, and enjoyed coaching their teams as they grew up. Randy and his sons loved doing life together. They especially enjoyed watching games on tv while wearing the jersey of their favorite player.

Randy lived his life with purpose…to glorify the Lord and bring honor to Him. He raised his sons to do the same. His zest for life, his constant positivity, and his compassion for others will not be forgotten. It will live on in his sons and in the memory of those who knew and loved him.

He is survived by his three sons, Haden Reese, Houston Reese, and Holden Reese, all of Beaumont; mother, Beverly Reese, of Fannett; sisters, Brenda Walters and her husband, Charlie, of Lewisville and Deanna Gonzales and her husband, Donnie, of Beaumont; and nieces and nephews, Cody Walters, Chelsie Gonzales and Josh Gonzales.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Myra Reese and father, Henry Clay Reese.

A gathering of Mr. Reese’s family and friends will be from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Monday, January 11, 2021, at Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. His funeral service will be at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at Calvary Baptist Church, 3650 Dowlen Road, Beaumont, followed by his interment at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Beaumont.

Memorial contributions may be made to a GoFundMe created in Mr. Reese’s honor, https://www.gofundme.com/f/memorial-for-randy-reese.

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Forest Lawn Memorial Park

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Funeral Service

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  • 3650 dowlen road beaumont tx 77706
  • 01/12/2021
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Gathering of Family and Friends

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  • 01/11/2021
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Jay Christopher

Praying for all of you! Randy was a life long friend, he will be missed by all who are fortunate enough to know him.

Bob & Karen Forcier

We are so sorry for your loss. We will be praying for your family.

Johnny davis

To Randy’s family I attended french high with randy I am so sorry to hear of his passing. We will have y’all in our thoughts and prayers. Johnny Davis

Melinda Nelson

As someone who usually has no trouble putting thoughts into words, I’m struggling. My heart is broken for his three sweet boys, they’ve had to deal with so much already. Randy and the smile he ALWAYS had on his face will be greatly missed here on earth but I’m certain he’s rejoicing with Jesus and Myra up in Heaven

Denise Prothro

Beverly, Deanna, and Brenda, I am so sorry to hear about Randy! It has been many years since our childhood days on Landry Lane, but the bonds from those days have lasted a lifetime! May God comfort you with precious memories and give you joy and peace knowing Randy is with Jesus! May He give Randy’s boys strength , and comfort as He walks beside them from now on! Much love and prayers from Colorado! Denise Prothro


I am so so sad to hear this news. Randy was my twin daughters Sunday school teacher when they were about pre-k age. We all called him Mr. Randy. He made such an iimpact on our girls -and me and my husband. Praying fir his boys and family.

Rock Griffis

May God's grace and peace be with you during this time of loss. Randy was much more than just a smile, but look at that smile. His love for his family was even brighter.

Bert and Patsy Fontenot

Beverly, so sorry to hear about Randy. Our Prayers are with you. Hoping the Lord gives you strengh to go through this . May Randy R.I.P.

Angie Hebert McGuinness

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Reese family! It has been years , but remember you from Landry Lane.! Rest In Peace Randay.

Shannon Gantt

I had the pleasure of working with and for Randy the last 3 years. He was such a kind soul. He always had something nice to say and was truly concerned about others. I always said he missed his calling as a "Life Coach"! His great outlook and attitude was contagious. I pray GOD gives his family comfort and peace during this time.

Kristen Fuller (Kristy Golson)

I went to French High School with Randy and Myra (grad w/Randy in 83’) I feel blessed to have memories of both of them that I will forever cherish. One particular class I had with Randy and Debra Manuel (Rice) was an art class that Randy and I would convince Debra to draw our pictures (because neither of us drew very well). I can still hear his wonderful laugh! His and Myra’s was a love most only dream of . Fly high sweet Randy. I pray you are reunited with Myra. May God give you comfort and peace.

Laurie Wilcox

Randy was a classmate of mine from French High. He had a kind, easy going personality Myra and I had a photography class together and she was a precious soul also. Myra had my daughter in her Mother's Day Out at Trinity. She touched my daughter life, and I was able to visit with her. She loved Randy and her children so much. I recall that she mentioned to me when she had one of her sons, Randy fainted! I can still hear her sweet voice and giggle. Such a love story. Prayers for the family..


So sorry to hear of your loss. Your dad was an amazing, kind, and gentle man. He was so proud of all of you guys. My thoughts and prayers for you all during this time.

Gail Foreman

Our greatest love and sympathy to the family. We saw this family grow with ours. Many prayers for those boys that I know they will receive some piece knowing there Mother and Dad are together in heaven with there Lord. I pray for family and friends. God Bless !!.

Karen Garrison

Beverly, Brenda and Deanna, My heart hurts for you. May God surround you with the love and comfort of family and friends and give you peace in the knowledge that Randy is with Him now. Your family has always been such a blessing to mine, from the days of our life on Landry Ln , through all of these years! I will continue to lift you and Randy’s sons in my prayers. Karen “Waterfield” Garrison

Fay Bell-Guillory

Prayers, sympathy, and love to you all! Prayers for God to wrap his arms around you three young men as you move forward. May he give you peace and understanding. Find strength in your Faith.