Randy Lemmon Passed Away At The Age Of 61

Randy Lemmon, a well-known radio personality, died on Wednesday, January 4, at the age of 61, as a result of stroke complications. KRIV broadcaster Chris Tritico posted an image on Facebook, characterizing Lemmon as a nice person with a tremendous heart. The message went on to say,

“When Brian Clary and I were doing Hearsay, Randy’s program, GardenLine, was right on our tail. Brian and I would storm into the studio during his last part and take over his program. Randy, no matter what he tried, couldn’t stop us. We had a terrific time. “I’ll miss him…”

Steven Kay, Radio Producer & Traffic Reporter of KSEV AM 700 – The Voice of Texas, also expressed homage to Randy on Facebook, writing that he met Randy when he joined The GardenLine as a producer in 2011. Randy, according to Steven, always treated him with dignity. He also said that they remained in touch when Steven departed IHeartMedia Houston. Steven closed his article with,

“I wish I had done it more often. H-town radio lost a huge voice, and the world lost a fine guy. My buddy, rest in peace. Although we all agree that this is much too soon, you hit the ground running as always.”

Randy is survived by his wife, Yvonne Lemmon, and their two children, Randal and Selena, as well as other relatives.

Randy Lemmon

On Twitter, people pay respect to Randy Lemmon.

Randy Lemmon rose to prominence as the host of GardenLine on 740 KTRH for many years. When word of his death spread, Twitter was inundated with tributes:

Randy Lemmon also published four novels.

Lemmon graduated from Robert E. Lee High School on January 4, 1962, and then went on to Texas A&M University for his bachelor’s degree in journalism. During his stint at the institution, he established an agricultural network with the College of Agriculture. Lemmon, who lived in Moses Hall at the time, graduated from the College of Agriculture with a Master of Science in Agriculture. He became interested in Aggie football and Astros baseball as well. The late radio personality was well-known for his sense of humor and culinary abilities.

Randy Lemmon

Lemmon began his career as a television and radio producer for the Texas Farm Bureau before becoming the presenter of GardenLine on 740 KTRH. He hosted the program for 27 years and presented strategies for dealing with various climatic challenges. He liked to brag about his lawns, gardens, and outside living spaces. Lemmon also wrote four volumes on fertilizer regimens, the ten commandments of mulch, and other topics. He also shared his enthusiasm and knowledge with Gulf Coast residents via his firm, Randy Lemmon Consulting.

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