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Randall L. Rewis

Randall “Randy” Lee Rewis, 74, passed away on December 7, 2020, surrounded by his loving family.

Born in New Port Richey, Florida, he was the son of the late, Randall J. & Katie (Woods) Rewis.

In Randy's early years he worked as a commercial fisherman and a shrimp boat Captain with his family in Florida; and later worked construction & remodeling. He then moved to Massachusetts with his wife Julia “JayJay” Langone and resided in Agawam. He worked as a maintenance man for Baystate West in Springfield for several years, then started his own successful remodeling business.

Randy was a 32 Degree Master Mason and a member of the Charles C. Spellman Lodge, now known as the Meadows Lodge, in East Longmeadow. He was also a member of the Scottish Rite Masons of Springfield.

He was a member of the Springfield Melha Shriners in the Hadji Unit. He loved participating in the parades, riding his minibike & sidecar with a doll named Penelope, bringing thousands of smiles to paradegoers.

Randy loved fishing, the great outdoors and camping with his nieces & nephews on the Deerfield River. He gave happiness & joy to everyone and will be greatly missed by all who knew & loved him.

After JayJay's death in 1994, Randy returned to Florida where he met Patricia Moore, a wonderful woman who put the joy back in Randy's life. They married and spent many happy years together, right up to the day of his passing.

Randy will be dearly missed by his beloved wife, Patricia, son, Shawn, brother, David, both of New Port Richey, sisters, Genice Hagle, Carol Bore both of Hudson, FL & Eileen Langner of Tarpon Springs, FL and brother-in-law Anthony Langone, Sr. & wife Karen of Chicopee.

A private funeral service was held, with his burial at St. Michael’s Cemetery in Springfield.

Memorial contributions may be made to Shriners Hospital, 516 Carew St., Springfield, MA 01104.

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I am a longtime friend of the Rewis family. When I was less than 8 years old I remember going with my mother to the Rewis home off Green Key Road and seeing Randy's dad, Randall. They were a fishing family and had a small wooden building near their home with an old Coca Cola cooler inside full of ice and fresh mullett. Randall would wrap those mullett in the New Port Richey press (we referred to as the "mullett wrapper") and take those home and fry them up. Nothing tasted better than those mullett and grits. I knew Randy back then and although we were apart for a time while he was in Springfield, Mass and I w…

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