Randy Charron Death, Obituary

Randy and Charron Rudolph
19 June 1963 – 15 December 2022 (age 59)
Unfortunately, I must inform you that Retired Sergeant Randy Rudolph Charron passed away on December 15, 2022. On March 1, 2014, Sgt. Charron retired from the Maryland Natural Resources Police after 30 years of service. He’ll be sorely missed.

Funeral services and burial will take place at a later date.
Singleton Funeral & Cremation Services of Glen Burnie, MD 21061 handled the arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in his name may be made to a charity of your choice. Roger began as a laborer, doing sheetrock and carpentry until landing a job at the local paper mill, where he remained for 40 years. Roger departed from the Instrumentation Division in 2004 after 26 years of service.

Roger had the most exquisite and deep, yet awful, opportunity to say his final farewell to many of the people he loved during his final week of life. Rowan, his infant great grandson, greeted him as well. Roger was a hardworking family man who was devoted, committed, hopeful, compassionate, and generous. He was a trickster who could find humor and the “bright side” in almost any circumstance. He was a marshmallow to his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

His contagious grin was almost always accompanied by a twinkle in his eye. Roger was a real-life MacGyver, a problem-solver full of ideas and solutions. “If I can’t fix it, it can’t be repaired,” he stated unequivocally. He was a selfless individual who was always willing to help others. At the drop of a hat, he would drop everything to help someone in need. Roger enjoyed hunting, fishing, woodworking, playing guitar, playing cards, and attempting to solve the Rubik’s cube. His favorite pastime, on the other hand, was spending time with his family. Roger was predeceased by his wife, Dorothy, and his granddaughter, Jessica Charron Leclerc, in addition to his parents. Simonne (Charron) Morissette, his sister, and Romeo (Junior) Charron junior.