Randy was born on March 17, 1948, in Arnold, Nebraska to Joy Hill and George Hill. Randy
married the love of his life, Marcy, on September 3, 1971. Marcy and Randy celebrated 52 years
of marriage. Randy was a military veteran and an excellent salesman for Johnston and Murphy.
Randy was very crafty from being a green thumb, building cars and jet replicas, creating his famous
Christmas town and building anything you could think of. Randy kept everyone on their toes
about what would come out of his mouth next and was a man you could count on.
Randy is survived by his wife Marcy Rimpley; his daughters Cynthia Ray, Melissa Hill and
husband Joe. Grandchildren; Leslie Byington and husband Clay, Brooke Gintzler and husband
Jourdon, Bayleah King and husband Christian, Abbie Hill and James Ray. Randy leaves behind a
legacy with seven great grandchildren; Baylor Byington, Urijah Gintzler, Scout Byington,
Harper Gintzler, Kooper King, Hazel Gintzler and Jaxson King.
Randy is proceeded in death by his parents; his sister-in-law Janie Martin; and his son in law
Funeral service for Randall “Eugene” Rimpley, age 75 of Point, Texas will be held at 11:00 A.M.
on Thursday, October 12, 2023, at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery. Pallbearers; Joe
Hill, Jourdon Gintzler, Christian King, Clay Byington, Ryan Dougan, and Chris Ortiz. Celebration
of life will follow at Calvary First Baptist Church in Mesquite, Texas at 2:00 P.M. Randy passed
away on October 3, 2023, at his residence.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that a donation be made to The Wounded Warrior Project at