Randall Roe

Randall G. "Greg" Roe Jr.

January 22, 1969 - September 19, 2019
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Randall Gregory Roe, Jr., “Greg”, 50, a lifelong resident of Mayo, MD, passed away at his home on September 19, 2019. Born on January 22, 1969 in Annapolis, MD to Randall “Randy” Roe, Sr. and Barbara Daggett, Greg graduated from South River High School in 1987 and joined his father as co-owner of Roe Marine Service for many years. During the last 10 years, Greg and his father managed the Liberty Marina in Edgewater, MD.
Greg had a talent for home renovation. He would purchase homes, renovate and keep them as rental properties, or flip them. As a “master of all trades”, he was able to complete most of the work himself. Greg also enjoyed boating, fishing, crabbing, metal detecting and cooking, and he looked forward to spending time at his beautiful log cabin in Pulaski, NY.
One of Greg’s greatest passions was tending to his gardens. He was very proud of the vegetables and herbs he grew every year but, even more, of his flowers, especially orchids. Greg’s backyard was a visual feast of color and tranquility. It gave him peace and energized him at the same time.
Above all, Greg most loved just being with his family, his friends and, especially his two dogs, Toby and Bailey. He was a humble man of few words but he was quick with a compliment and could bring a room to laughter with an unexpected quip or wisecrack.
Greg is survived by the love of his life for the past 16 years, Sue Wertz; his mother, Barbara Daggett of Annapolis, MD; and his father and stepmother, Randy and Marlene Roe of Nanjemoy, MD. He was preceded in death by his stepfather, Mike Daggett.
A celebration of Greg’s life will be scheduled at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the SPCA of Anne Arundel County, P.O. Box 3471, Annapolis, MD 21403 or the American Cancer Society, 7500 Greenway Center Drive, Ste. 300, Greenbelt, MD 20770.
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Suzanne Mackenzie

Posted at 09:47am
I am at a loss for words. I just heard about Greg’s death and want to express my condolences to Sue, Randy and Marlene, and Barbara.
Greg was a very special man and helped me more than he realized when I lost my husband Sandy to cancer 4 years ago. Whatever I needed he was always there for me. Whether putting salt in my water softener or just there to talk.
He called me out of the blue a couple months ago to say hi and check on how I was doing since my move to Delaware.
The world lost a fine compassionate man in the death of Greg.

Ken and Anita Cross

Posted at 08:43am
We are at a loss for words for your loss. We Love you Guys. I didn't see Greg that often, those times i Idid my mind goes to, the twinkle in his eyes, and that mischievous smile, Who Me? Ken & Anita

Steven chandler Posted at 12:11pm

I just heard about this and Randy and Marline I send my deepest condolences to you . I have know you all for years and I am shocked and saddened by the news about Greg

Laura Duckett King

Posted at 09:47pm
Although we haven’t seen each other for a few years, “Uncle” Greg was an almost constant figure during my childhood. I remember how my sisters and I used to try and steal his quarters when he would come over to play poker with our parents. One night he got revenge and scared the pants off us by jumping off the roof onto the deck with a roar just as we were sneaking out the back door with his quarters. I also remember the fun we had going for rides in the rumble seat of his classic car and how the sound of the ahhh-oooga horn made us laugh. I loved visiting his beautiful house on the water and it was a treat for my sisters and I to sleep in his king size water bed when my parents visit lasted past bedtime. I am sad that I won’t get to see Uncle Greg again, but I will cherish the happy memories I have of him always.

Ken & Anita Cross

Posted at 05:26pm
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Judith McKevitt

Posted at 12:44pm
Randy and Marlene, words are never enough when such a sudden and unexpected death occurs of a loved one. Knowing how much you both will be missing him breaks my heart. Gladden your aching heart by knowing there was no suffering involved...He just went to sleep. Grieving is part of losing someone and it must happen. I know he lived a love filled lifetime with all of you and for that be ever grateful. I’m praying for you and all of those that loved him. Judy McKevitt (Mrs. James D. “Mike” McKevitt)

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