Randy Lemmon Wiki – Randy Lemmon Biography
Well known radio host Randy Lemmon passed away due to complications from a stroke on Wednesday, January 4 at the age of 61. KRIV host Chris Tritico expressed his grief on Facebook by posting a photo, describing Lemmon as a great guy with a big heart. The post continued,
Radio producer and traffic reporter for KSEV AM 700 – The Voice of Texas Steven Kay also paid tribute to him on Facebook, writing that he met Randy when he joined The GardenLine as a producer in 2011. Steven said that Randy always treated him with respect.
Randy Lemmon Age
Randy Lemmon was 61 years old.
Randy Lemmon Cause of Death
He also mentioned that they were still in contact after Steven left IHeartMedia Houston. Steven concluded the post by writing: Randy is survived by his wife, Yvonne Lemmon, and his children, Randal and Selena, along with other family members.
Born on January 4, 1962, Lemmon graduated from Robert E. Lee High School, after which he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Texas A&M University. He created an agricultural network with the College of Agriculture during his time at the university.
Lemmon, who lived in Moses Hall at the time, earned his Master of Science in Agriculture from the College of Agriculture. He also developed an interest in Aggie football and Astros baseball. The late radio host was popular for his sense of humor and his culinary skills.
Lemmon joined the Texas Farm Bureau as a television and radio producer and later became the host for GardenLine at 740 KTRH. He remained the host of the show for 27 years and shared solutions to handle different weather problems. He used to talk about lawns, gardens, and the outdoors.
Lemmon has also authored four books on fertilizer programs, the ten commandments of mulch, and more. He also shared his passion and experience with homeowners throughout the Gulf Coast with the help of his company, Randy Lemmon Consulting.