Randy Lee Maki, age 42, of Princeton, died Monday, January 7,
2013, at the University of Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis.
He was born July 15, 1970 in Virginia, the son of Russell and
Marjorie (Brajkovich) Maki. He graduated from Cherry High School. A veteran of the US Marine Corps, Randy served in Iraq
during the Gulf War. He was a Bronze Star recipient.
Randy worked as a cement finisher – most recently for Kopp Construction. He was a member of Cement Masons & Plasterers Union No. 633. He was generous, and often volunteered his time for projects that would benefit children, and Habitat For Humanity.
Randy is survived by his mother: Marjorie (Mike) Holznagel of Nevada, Mo.; his father Russell (Janet) Maki of Benson, Ariz.; his fiancée Norma Craig of Princeton; sister Rebecca Maki of Virginia; grandmother Irene Brajkovich of Chisholm; nephews Preston Maki and Zachary Yurczyk; niece Kirsten Yurczyk; great nephew
Brayden Dahl; step brother and sister Heidi & Chad Holznagel and extended family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents.
Visitation will be from 9-11 a.m. memorial service Saturday, January 12 in the Bauman-Cron Funeral Home Chapel. The Reverend Kristen Foster will officiate. Inurnment will be in the Spring in the Greenwood Cemetery in Virginia.
Family services are provided by Bauman-Cron, a Bauma Family Funeral Home, in Virginia. To express condolences on-line please see: www.baumanfuneralhome.com.