Randy Victor Bitter, 58, of Cleveland, Oklahoma passed from this life on September 5, 2019, at his home.
Randy was born on June 10, 1961, in Illinois. Randy grew up and attended school in Illinois where he completed his education. Randy later moved to Texas where he worked driving a truck. While residing in Texas Randy met Patsy his lifelong companion and mother to his daughter Ashley. The family later moved to Cleveland and while residing in Cleveland Randy worked for Koch Oil, Maylon Gray at Tulsa Valve and later opened his own auto repair business Randy’s Custom Auto. While owning his own shop Randy was able to help others and also gave him the opportunity to expand on doing what he loved most; rebuilding old cars.
Randy loved his hot rods as well as those he helped build and transform into show cars. He also enjoyed motorcycles and always loved shiny things. He also enjoyed traveling and going to car shows. Randy entered his cars in several car shows and enjoyed winning on several occasions. Randy enjoyed helping others in need and would often fix their cars at no cost.
Survivors include his daughter Ashley Bitter of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, mother to his daughter Patsy Wilson, of Cleveland, Oklahoma, her children Rocky, Anthony, and Jessica Wilson, one brother Anthony Kaufman, nieces Kendra Holle Moll, Natasha Holle, nephew Andrew Holle; three grandchildren Brooklyn and Bryson Brown of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, Marcus Rodriguez of Cleveland, Oklahoma as well as numerous other relatives and friends that will mourn his passing.
Randy was preceded in death by his mother Janet, sister Lisa Holle, maternal grandparents Frank and Agnes Bitter as well as one uncle Francis Bitter and one aunt Joann Higgins.
Memorial services will be held 11:00 am, Saturday, September 21, 2019, at The Church of Latter-Day Saints with Jeff Sellers officiating. Chapman-Black Funeral Home will be handling the arrangements. Friends and family may visit an online guest book and memorial page for Randy at www.chapman-black.com.
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