Randolph “Randy” Cecil Kerr, 92, of North Little Rock, died on Wednesday December 2, 2020. He was born in Little Rock, AR July 22, 1928 to Gerald Vanaugh and Mary Rema Kerr. He was preceded in death by his wife of 49 years, Nina June Crownover, his son, Stephen Wesley Kerr, a sister, Geraldine Lambourne, and his brother Wallace Kerr. He is survived by his brother Raymond Kerr, sons Paul Jeffrey Kerr (Carol) and John Bradley Kerr, daughter-in-law Paula Diane Kerr, granddaughters Sarah Christine Drachenberg (Philipp), Allison Paige Cobb (Jonathan), Catherine Jo Kerr, Natalie June Kerr, and his new pride and joy, great-granddaughter Charlotte Elisabeth Drachenberg. Randy attended Hendrix College, and served in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean War. He was also a decorated sharpshooter. He attended Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church, where he was quite active, serving the church and its surrounding neighborhoods. Randy shared his deep faith by his involvement in food programs for the needy, participating in home visits, mentoring school children, and speaking to various congregations as a lay minister. He was the first minister of the Sylvan Hills United Methodist Church. Beyond his commitment to the church, another personal passion was growing Arkansas tomatoes that excelled in size, color and, most importantly, taste. “Papa” loved giving his granddaughters $2 bills and taking them fishing. He enjoyed reading old westerns, antiquing, and watching Arkansas Razorback games. He will be greatly missed by family and friends. The family would like to thank Tom Siebenmorgan, as well as the many health staff who assisted in Randy’s care. There will be a private service at Bayo Meto Cemetery in Jacksonville, AR. Arrangements are through A Natural State Funeral Home, also in Jacksonville. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Gardner Memorial United Methodist Church in North Little Rock, or Hendrix College, Conway, AR.