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Randy Lamberjack passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. He was 56 years old.. Randy was a graduate of Ball State University, a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, and was recognized by the Ball State College of Business as a Distinguished Alumni. He was a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Financial Examiner.. During the past year or so, Randy did not spend his time how he expected or wanted to, but that did not stop him from living life to the fullest. While relentlessly fighting the disease that took over his body and continuing to search for successful treatments, he still made the most of every moment. Randy participated in shooting tournaments and hunting trips, enjoyed the tranquility and beauty of his favorite spots in Montana, Idaho and South Dakota, and spent much quality time with his dear family and friends.. Randy was an astute businessman with a vision of the insurance regulation market that prompted his transition from a regulator to providing services to regulators. Even though Randy was on medical leave this past year, he worked on planning for the continued success of one of his many passions, Noble Consulting Services, a company he founded in 1991. His warmth and concern for his employees and clients were surpassed only by his integrity and sincerity for the best interest of policyholders. His name was recognized throughout the industry — coast to coast. Randy loved working with people — inspiring them to be their very best. With an ability to see beyond what most people see, Randy made a difference in many people’s lives. Believing in and giving professional opportunities to some that others did not; watching people grow and flourish was part of that reward.. While building Noble and an admirable professional career, Randy was able to enjoy a beautiful family with his wife, Cindy. Raising and spending time with their sons, Joe and Ben, was certainly the highlight of his life. He was so proud of them.. Randy was a firm believer in giving back to others. The Word of Honor Fund was very near and dear to his heart. He took much joy and pleasure by making a difference in an organization that is committed to fulfilling the intentions of our fallen heroes by ensuring their children experience life as they had planned before their sacrifice for our country. He was also very involved with a local organization, Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding. This organization incorporates a love of helping individuals through a therapeutic means with a passion for horses that Randy shared with his wife.. Many believe that the measure of a person’s time on earth is whether or not the world was a better place because they were in it. In Randy’s case no one would doubt that it was a spectacularly better place because he was here. Randy will be greatly missed and never forgotten.. Randy is survived by his wife, Cindy; his sons, Joe and Ben; his brothers, Mike (Carol), Duane, Bill (Linda) and Frank (Wendy); nieces Christy, Sarah, Rachel and Maggie; and nephews Matt, Andy, Levi, Elijah and David.. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Robert and Fannie Lamberjack, and brother Steven.. Visitation will take place from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 5, at Flanner and Buchanan – Zionsville.. Services will take place at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 6, at St. Monica Catholic Church, 6131 N. Michigan Road.
Published on  August 3, 2015
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