September 22, 1958 - June 5, 2021
On June 5, 2021 Clarence “Randall” Flowers, left us. His sudden departure saddens us because we all felt it was too soon. He lived a full life so we will rejoice and remember the good times we enjoyed with him. A full life is not measured by a person’s accomplishments, awards, accumulation of wealth or material things, but in the enjoyment of life that person gave and received during their lifetime and the number of souls touched by that person. Randall lived a full life by all definitions but mainly because he enjoyed life and gave enjoyment during his life. He touched so many of our souls leaving us saddened by his sudden departure. We all know that Randall would rather put a smile on our faces and joy in our hearts than have us focus on grief and sadness over his departure. Clarence “Randall” Flowers was born on September 22, 1958 in Denham Springs, LA to the late Ernest Flowers and Bessie Robinson Flowers. Randall attended Saginaw High School and later received his GED. He worked for the Michigan Sugar Company in various positions. Born with an innate talent for fashion, Randall enjoyed clothes. He had the skills to organize and create a distinct fashion that he demonstrated daily. Known as a socializer, Randall has probably visited your home if you lived in Saginaw. He was an avid sports fan who enjoyed football and basketball. Randall appreciated and loved all genre of music, especially jazz, hip hop and R & B. Raised in Denham Springs, LA Randall was a “connoisseur” of Louisiana Gumbo. He really could fry fish and chicken. Randall was a former member of Bethel AME Church and Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church both of Saginaw, Michigan. At the time of his death, he was a member of Gethsemane Missionary Baptist Church in Flint, MI Rev. Terry Randolph, Pastor. The love and fulfillment of Randall’s existence was his wife “Vonnie” of 28 years. Randall and Yvonne “Vonnie” Horton married on March 21, 1993 and were blessed with a son, Jalen Randall Savon Flowers of Dallas, TX. Randall also leaves Daughters ; Kashanna Pleshette Fuller of Denham Springs, LA; Sharawn Rochell Erwin and Jennifer Rayonna Copeland of Saginaw, MI and Son Michael Linn (Mary) Horton of Grand Rapids, MI. Goddaughter Cydnei Mushatt of Ypsilanti, MI, Godson, O’Vauntay Vickers, Saginaw, MI. Affectionally known as “PaPa”, Randall dedicated all his extra time to two special Grandchildren SaVod Reon Edward & Reona Yvonne Worthington of Saginaw, MI. Together, they had fun exploring, tackling and completing many different challenging projects. His love extended to his Grandson, Tuwian Starks, Granddaughter So’naia Richardson and Great Grandson Bentley Trayce Starks all of Denham Springs, LA. Also, Grandson Kemari Freeman, Granddaughter Jalasha Freeman and Great Grandson Shizair Williams all of Grand Rapids, MI. Randall is survived by Sisters Shirley Flowers of Houston, TX; Joan (Reginald) Crenshaw of Haslet, TX; Lisa Flowers of Marlin, TX; Odessa Bott; Annette Flowers; and Vicky Flowers all of Denham Springs, LA, Brother Ernest (Shirley) Flowers of Fort Worth, TX; One Brother, Cornelius Flowers, preceded him in death. Randall was raised with cousins (as brothers & sisters); Thomas, Drexel, Richard, Gwendolyn, Gloria Robinson all of Denham Springs, LA. Special Cousin Angela Jackson of Denham Springs, LA. Randall leaves a Brother-in-law L. Fallasha Erwin, Detroit, MI, Sisters-in-law Beatrice King (Stanley S. Roberts), Clarkston, MI; Brenda & Belinda Erwin of Saginaw, MI. Randall is survived by his Aunts Robbie Overstreet; Doris (John) Hinton all of Saginaw, MI: Uncles Robert Flowers of Saginaw, MI and Charles Atwater of Flint, MI (recently departed). He leaves Special Nephew D’Sean Mitchell of Mansfield, TX; Nephews Kielen King of Vancouver, WA and Quayshun King of Clinton Twp., MI, Nieces Chandra Morgan and Ashley Erwin of Southfield, MI, Schlar Erwin, and Kiera Erwin of Saginaw, MI. He is also survived by countless cousins. Randall leaves a host of Special Friends: Andre Martin, Robert Lopez, Lou Ann Fresorger, Donna Hughes, Janice Humes, Alexander Scott “Cookie”, Sheryl Stewart and Lavelle Johnson. WE WILL MISS RANDALL’S PRESENCE BUT HIS SPIRIT WILL ALWAYS BE WITH US. We should live and enjoy our life here as Randall lived, enjoyed and touched so many in his full life! Funeral service will take place at 11:00 A.M. on Monday, June 14, 2021 at Evans & Browne's Funeral Home, 441 North Jefferson Avenue, Saginaw, Michigan 48607. Pastor Terry Randolph will officiate. Interment will take place in Plainview Cemetery in Denham Springs, Louisiana. Friends may call at Evans & Browne's Funeral Home, 441 North Jefferson Avenue, Saginaw, Michigan 48607, from 2:00-6:00 p.m. on Sunday. Mr. Flowers will be taken to MJR Friendly Service Funeral, 7803 Florida Blvd., Denham Springs, Louisiana, (225) 747-7946.
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