David Randolph Creasy (Randy) was born on April 29 th 1964 to Hazel and David Creasy
in Charlottesville, Va. Introduced to the Lord at an early age, he frequently quoted and
believed the phrase “God is good.” After Randy graduated from Fluvanna County High
School in 1983, he went on to study Sports Information at Piedmont Virginia
After becoming an expert in the Sports Information field, and only being a phone call
away, he became a great source to many for determining future outcomes of games and
draft picks. An avid Redskins/Washington football team fan, Randy was infamous for
mastering brackets and statistics coining him the “STAT MAN” in this area.
Typically quiet, Randy (also affectionately known as Poog/Poogy) was known for being
the life of the party, never hesitating to sing or dance whenever the opportunity
presented itself under the “right circumstances.” Spending the bulk of his free-time
competing in cornhole games and spending quality time with close family and friends,
Randy was hard to track but easy to find.
Overall, Randy lived a life of freedom and love. Always a listening ear or a soft word,
Randy gave himself endlessly to all who encountered him. In return, he was absolutely
loved, adored, and catered to by all who knew and loved him. Randy was treated like
royalty; ultimately, because he was so.
Randy is preceded in eternal rest by maternal and paternal grandparents; along with a
host of aunts, uncles, and other loved ones. Randy is survived by his loving parents
Hazel and David Creasy of Palmyra, Va.; siblings James Stovall of Charlottesville, Va.,
Daryl Creasy (Vanessa) of Palmyra, Va., Dwayne Creasy Sr. (Rena) of Powhatan, Va.,
Dwanna Jones (Alan) of Fork Union, Va., Darnell Creasy Sr. of Palmyra, Va., Diana
Creasy of Palmyra, Va., and honorary brother Kevin Thomas (Keisha) of Palmyra, Va.,
along with a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and special loved ones
Wayne Tompkins, Willis Thomas Jr. (Bo), Francisco Quirindoongo (Sco), and Doris
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