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Randolph "Randy" Woodard Hurst
August 4, 1948 ~ July 13, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Randolph went to a more peaceful place on July 13 after fighting a heroic battle with cancer. As he did with many of life’s challenges, he faced his diagnosis with fierce determination.
Randolph was an Indianapolis Architect for 20 years involved in many interesting and important projects of which he was rightfully proud. He had a keen eye for design and a commitment to the historical integrity of his work.
While studying in London, he was strongly influenced by a professor who taught him to mesh engineering, architecture, music, theater, and politics. Consequently, his love of books, art and architecture brought joy and fulfillment.
His talents can be seen in the Ronald McDonald House in Indianapolis, and the Warren and Wilson Residence Halls and the Goddard Auditorium at Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. Working on the Media Center at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, part of the Speedway’s Formula One Project, brought him special joy.
He was considered a gentleman by many; he will be missed.
Randolph is survived by his two sisters Dianne Turner and Donna Barnes, his brother-in-law, Andrew Barnes, and many loving nieces and nephews.
A private burial took place at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis on July 24.
Bussell Family Funerals is privileged to assist the family with arrangements.