Mr. Randolph “Cushion” White, the 3rd of five siblings was born on April 5, 1949 to the
late Mr. Jack and Mrs. Cora Russell White and step-son of the late Mr. Alexander Grant in
Randolph received his formal education at Garnett Elementary School, Garnett, SC and
Dickerson High School, Jersey City, NJ. In his youth, He joined the United House of Prayer for
All People, Scotia, SC. At the young age of fourteen, Randolph moved to Jersey City, where
he secured positions as a paper boy and milk deliverer in order to support himself.
Subsequently, he was gainfully employed as a night foreman at Major Pool, Kearney, NJ,
Boland Oil Company as a truck driver and Ram Excavation, Jersey City, NJ as a Jack Hammer
Operator. In June 1994, he retired from Ram Excavation after many years of service. He then
relocated back to the state of South Carolina, making his home in the small town of Summerton.
“Cushion”, as he was affectionately known to his family and friends was a people’s person
with a humorous spirit. He had the ability to put a smile on one’s face or to make one laugh.
He loved his family dearly and his three beloved dogs: Lady, Muffin and Bam.
Randolph was joined in Holy wedlock to the former Dorothy Bennett on May 6, 1978. They
enjoyed 39 years of marriage.
Randolph answered his Master’s Call on Thursday, July 20, 2017 at Palmetto Health-Tuomey,
Sumter, SC after a short but hard fought battle with Acute Leukemia.
Randolph’s memories will continue to live on the hearts and minds of his Pastor, Bishop Amos
Major-whom he loved and respected dearly; his friends and family and all whose lives he
touched and impacted.
He leaves to mourn his passing: his wife of 39 years, Dorothy; his children and their spouses,
Randy (Mashuna) Harley, David (Amy) Capers, Danny (Lillian) Capers, Nizza (Byron) Williams;
a brother-in-law, Frank White; three sisters; Janie Garvin, Linda and Patricia White; a God-
daughter, Lamira (Timothy) Ferguson; two step-brothers, Nathaniel and Washington Grant;
three step-sisters, Helen Hall, Mamie Warren and Lucille Tucker; an uncle, James of White; 11
grandchildren, 10 great-grand and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
All well wishers, family and friends will be received at the home, 1157 Goslin Pond Road,
|Mr. Randolph "Cushion" White
Date of Birth: 04-05-1949
Date of Death: 07-20-2017
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|10Saturday, January 9, 2016
Davis Station Church of God
1071 Loss Brook Road
Davis Station, South Carolina
Superintendent Elder Mack Wilson,
Assisted by Minister Pherneco A.Myers
Final Resting Place
Fourth CrossroadsChurch Cemetery
Monday, July 24, 2017
Mt. Calvary Holiness Church
2089 Dingle Pond Road
Bishop Amos Major,Officiating
Final Resting Place
Mt. Calvary Holiness Church Cemetery
Dyson's Home for Funerals Chapel
Sunday, July 23, 2017
1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Mr. White will be placed
in the church for viewing one hour
prior to the service
|"To every thing there is a season, and a time
to every purpose under the heaven".
Ecclesiastes 3: 1-2