Randy T. Lovett

Aug 29, 1953 - Jan 29, 2010


LOVETT, Randy (M/Sgt, U. S. A. F.) in Carmichael, January 29, 2010. Husband for 6 years of Angie Lovett of Elk Grove. Father of Angelo & Paolo Cacawa of Elk Grove. Brother of Lindy (Paul) Thengvall of Chico & Kandi (Steve) Thomas of Natomas. A native of Gridley, CA aged 56 years He worked as a Postal Clerk for 14 years in the Rancho Cordova Post Office and was in the Air Force Reserve until 2003 when he went on to active duty, serving 3 tours in Iraq until 2009 when ill health forced his retirement. Friends are welcome for Visitation on Friday, Feb 5th from 4 – 8 PM with the Recitation of the Rosary at 6 PM in the East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary, 9189 E. Stockton Blvd, Elk Grove, CA 916–732-2031 and are respectfully invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial, Saturday, Feb 6th at 9 AM in St. Paul’s Catholic Church, 8720 Florin Rd @ Gardner Ave, Sacramento. Another Visitation will follow at East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary from 11 AM to 5 PM with a Celebration of His Life with Military Honors at 1 PM. Private Cremation with Private Inurnment will be at the Sacramento Valley V. A. National Cemetery in Dixon on Friday, Feb 12th.

Funeral Home:
East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary
9189 E. Stockton Boulevard
Elk Grove, CA
US 95624


  • Janet Canez says:

    Randy was a great friend and fellow reservist. He was always kind and always smiling. It was a pleasure to know him and work along side of him. He is a good part of my military memories and will remain so. The world was a better place because of him. He will truly be missed. My the Lord Jesus Christ bring comfort to your hearts and lives during this time of grief and mourning, He is our help in times of trouble. Our prayers are with you, Randy’s family, may you be blessed with the memories of your time together. God Bless you all. Janet M. Canez, SMSgt (ret), USAFR

  • Eric Hazlett says:

    Randy was the flag man with the stop and go sign on the Alaskan project, but he brought his own flare and humor with the interesting dance routine. A good guy with a sense of humor…

  • Amber Albano says:

    I wanted to share how much of a positive impact he was to everyone unit event. He always smiled, and made you want to just smile back. We were all a buddy to him, and him to us. On our silver flag trip to Germany, my husband and I got the privilege to hang out with him on the site seeing day. We took so many pictures of him and everything, I believe one of the pictures was our rental car’s front grill. lol. He was hilarious, and a fun person to be around. He will be remembered in our hearts and minds forever, and remembered in just a positive light. We are thinking of his family and close friends at this time and send our condolences. Ryan and Amber Albano

  • Tasha Aldeguer says:

    So sorry to hear about your loss. I didn’t know Randy personally but i always saw him around the sqadron , he always looked happy.

  • Karen Tolentino says:

    MSgt Lovett was a very cheerful person. We worked in the 9th CES as backfills and I remember seeing him around when I was still active duty at Beale. He was a very positive person. I dont think I’ve ever seen him frown. My condolences to his family. I know he is a great loss to the unit and the Air Force.

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