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Randy Duncan

July 5, 1964 ~ August 13, 2021 (age 57)


Randy Duncan, 57 years old, passed away at The Medical Center at Bowling Green on August 13th, 2021.

Known as “Fordman”, Randy was born in Bowling Green, KY, to Dolly and Paul Duncan.  He had 5 siblings: Janet Duncan (deceased), Jimmy Duncan, Teresa Joiner, Penny Duncan (deceased), and Chad Duncan.

He was married to Donna Duncan, formerly Sartain, for 37 years, who survives.  He is also survived by 3 children: Jason Duncan, Jennifer Duncan, and Janie Duncan. “Fordman” raised his nephew, Josh “Ace” Sartain (married to Laura Sartain) and has 7 grandchildren: Jason Duncan Jr, Jaydon Duncan, Jayla Duncan, Jaxton Young, Jaylyn Moore, Jayce Clayton, and James Stevens, Jr.  Other survivors include several nieces and nephews, as well as cousins.

He drove a truck for Greg Gary Trucking Company for more than 25 years.  He raced at Beech Bend Raceway for several years along with many members of his family, including his wife and son.

The family has entrusted Cone Funeral Home (1510 Campbell Lane) with arrangements.  You may post your condolences on the tribute wall of this page, or on our Facebook page at

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