Randy Bollinger

March 21, 1961 - March 27, 2012
Randy Bollinger


Randy Dale Bollinger 51, of Greensboro formerly of Wilmington peacefully passed on Tuesday March 27, 2012 at Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro.

Randy was born in Wilmington on March 21, 1961, where he will be laid to rest in Prospect Cemetery with his parents the late Samuel Cornelius and Nellie Rae Boswell Bollinger. A sister Shirley B. Jones also preceded him in death. A machinist at Amp, he was a master carpender and enjoyed NASCAR and fishing.

He is survived by a daughter, Nicole and a brother, Danny Bollinger of Leland.

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  • April 01, 2012
    David Everett says:
    Danny & Nicole, I know this must be a difficult time for both of your families....I was a childhood friend of Randy, and did "catch up" with him several times in the years past. He was a friend in all respects, and captured the hearts of those around him with his smile and humor. He will be missed! My deepest sympathy is with you now and in the coming days, weeks, months, and years! With sincere sympathy, David Everett, M.Ed.

  • April 01, 2012
    Ricky, Joette & Ann Boswell says:
    There are many fond memories.He was a very special cousin. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. the Boswell family

  • March 25, 2013
    Marie McCartney-Wildt says:
    I had Randy on my mind and just googled his name, when I saw that he passed away almost a year ago. I am really in shock. I would like to extend my thoughts and prayers to the family. I dated Randy for quite a while in the 80's and he was such a sweet loving person. I am sorry that we didn't get a chance to see each other as we had gotten older to talk about our life and how it had changed. He will be missed and thought of often.