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Randall Dickman (4-15-20)

Randall Lee Dickman departed this life on Wednesday, April 15,  at the age of 64 years, eight months, and 21 days. He was born in Madison, Tennessee on July 25, 1955; the son of Geraldine Hamilton Dickman and the late Lester Dickman. On Aug. 31, 2014, he was united in marriage to Rhonda Clark, who survives.
Randall dedicated his life to the service of mankind and the ministry of Harbert Hills Academy and Harbert Hills Academy Nursing Home. He served as the administrator of Harbert Hills Academy Nursing Home for 35 years. Randall started his career at Harbert Hills Academy in 1975 as a health and history teacher, and after becoming a licensed nursing home administrator, he became a proctor for the nursing home administrator training program. He was instrumental in improving accessibility for the disabled in the local community and across Tennessee. Randall was a loving husband, son, and brother, and his Christian faith and life were an inspiration to many.
Randall is survived by his wife, Rhonda Dickman of Savannah, his daughter, Kara Dickman of Adamsville;  his mother, Geraldine Dickman of Savannah; his sister, Pamela Dickman Biggers, and her husband James Biggers, of Waynesboro, Tennessee; and their children, Renata Biggers Maxwell and her husband Andy of Waynesboro, Tennessee, and Conn Biggers and his wife, Isabel Felix Biggers, and their daughter, Eva Rose Biggers, all of Nashville, Tennessee; his brother, Steve Dickman, and his wife Brenda, of Savannah;  and their daughter, Heather Dickman Hoewing and her husband Jared, of Idaho; and their sons, Stephen Hoewing and Daniel Hoewing, Julia Dickman Lehman, and her husband Rylan, of Washington. Randall is also survived by his extended family, Bill and Kathy Moon of Savannah; Krystal and Steve Long of Savannah; Dakota Harris of Florence, Alabama, and Destinee Thomas of Savannah.
In addition to his father, Randall was preceded in death by his first wife, Pamela Garrard Dickman.
Memorial donations may be made to the Randall L. Dickman Scholarship Fund, c/o Harbert Hills Academy, 3575 Lonesome Pine Road, Savannah, Tenn. 38372.