March 9, 1954 ~ May 2, 2022 (age 68)


On the evening of May 2, 2022, Randall passed away peacefully of natural causes, he was comforted by family members at the Budd and Donna Somers Hospice House in Sebring, Florida. At the time of his passing, Randall Dugan was 68 years old and accompanied by his two sons, Joel T. Dugan and Kenneth T. Dugan, and his former wife of 17 years, Ruth R. Johnston.

Randall Dugan was born in Indiana, Pennsylvania, in Indiana County on March 9, 1954, the third child and first son of Althea G. Rudock and Ernest T. Dugan.

Randall had many career paths during his life. In his early years Randall worked as a tire recapper for McCreary Tire and Rubber Co. in Indiana, Pennsylvania. When relocating to Fort Lauderdale, FL, with his family Randall’s creative eye blossomed. Randall had always been an artist, he enjoyed painting, drawing, and designing, but he began his professional creative career as a floral designer at a Fort Lauderdale Florist. Randall spent many years working at the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center of Fort Lauderdale. The “Center” was a place of spiritual, social, and emotional community for Randall. During his time there he served as a member, a mentor, and a visual designer for the center and was named Salvation army man of the year.

Randall was a devoted father, grandfather, and friend. Randall was an avid gardener and antique collector. Randall was exceptional at curating things of beauty, from his floral arrangements, plants, and garden, to his unique art and antique collection.

Randall is survived by his sisters Mary Jo Vargo and Genny McClure; his loving children Joel and Lyndsey Dugan (née Foote) for Fairmont, West Virginia, Kenneth T. Dugan of Sebring, Florida; his former wife Ruth R. Johnston; his grandchildren Emmery, Joanna, Ryleigh, and Atticus.

A Celebration of Life Service is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on July 3 at the Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park, Osprey Pavilion, Dania Beach, FL. The family requests those who wish to express sympathy to consider making a donation to the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation in Randall’s name.


Thank you again for your services during this difficult time,



Joel T. Dugan

Chair of the Department of Architecture Art & Design

Fairmont State University

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