Randolph Exavier Nolan Jr. known by his family & friends as (Bibby or Randy) son of the late Sarah Burdett and Randolph Exavier Nolan was born April 8, 1945 in Baltimore Maryland.
He departed this life on March 13, 2020 after a short illness. Randy received his education at Carrollton Elementary and Middle School and Douglas High School. At the age of 20 years old he became employed at Union Memorial Hospital for 30 some years were he retired. During his employment he met his wife of 46 years (at the time of her death) Edith A. Nolan and from that union one child was born Wendy Nolan-Anderson.
Randy then started working for Schultz and Snyder (American Radiology) where he worked for 20 more years before retiring in 2006. Randy took a short break from working and decided he was bored and join the work force again and started working at Johns Hopkins Hospital as a shuttle driver then when he became ill moved to a parking attendant where he worked up until a month before he passed.
Randy was a very outgoing and friendly person who loved to have fun and make everyone around him laugh. Randy was a hard worker who always had a smile on his face willing to help anyone he could. The most important thing to Randy was family his daughter and his grandkids was his life. He would talk about his family all the time especially his grandson football games.
Randy always made friends feel like family he was a very caring man that had a good heart. Randy will be missed by his family and friends.
He leaves to mourn his Daughter Wendy Nolan-Anderson, son in law Michael Anderson, two grandchildren Michael (Mikey) and Myles Nolan-Anderson, one greatgranddaughter Kennedy Nolan-Anderson, ve nephews Ike and Edward (Ivory) Carrington, Roger Nolan, Andre Marks, Nicky Nolan, one great nephew Ryan Nolan, two nieces Sharon Nolan, Candace Green one brother Roger Nolan SR, two sister in law Minnie Nolan and Christine Carrington wife to the late Edward Dotson Carrington a host of family and friends.
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