Randall T. Zahno
Randall T. "Randy" Zahno, age 80, of Ransomville, husband of the late Janice Nye Zahno, died Thursday, February 6, 2020 at his home in Ransomville. He was born August 6, 1939 in Lockport, NY. He is the son of the late Thomas and the late Garnet Demmin Zahno. Randy married Janice A. Nye on August 1, 1964; she predeceased him on January 28, 2003.
Randy was employed by NYS Parks and Recreation, retiring after 30 years.
Randy had a passion for John Deere tractors, he loved growing and selling produce at his roadside stand where he served the community for many years, he also enjoyed going to the Amish auctions and auctions in general.
Randy is survived by two daughters, Camille Zahno of Odenton, MD and Tricia (Sean) Dzierzanowski of Ransomville; a sister Gayle (Late Fred) Butz; his grandchildren, Amber Racette, Kendall Dzierzanowski and Tyler McEvoy; also surviving is a great-grandchild, Landon Racette.
NO PRIOR VISITATION. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday, February 12 at HARDISON FUNERAL HOMES INC., 3648 Ransomville Road, Ransomville, NY with Rev. Ann Cole officiating. Burial will be in North Ridge Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Ransomville Vol. Fire Co. Ambulance Fund, PO Box 239, Ransomville, NY 14131, Niagara Hospice, 4675 Sunset Dr., Lockport, NY 14094, or the Food Bank of WNY at www.foodbankwny.org. Please visit hardisonfuneralhomes.com for online condolences.
Published on February 9, 2020

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Karen Greenwald
Feb 17, 2020
What a wonderful man Randy is. So enjoyed his flowers and produce. Will miss not visiting with him. My condolences go out to Randy's family.Till we meet again.
Karl and Dianne Ziemendorf
Feb 13, 2020
Randy will be so missed. What a great man. Prayers are with his family. God's blessings
Patricia Lynch
Feb 12, 2020
Mr. Zahno was a true gift - a hard worker who loved his family and his community; who served his community by sharing the gifts of the earth with them. It was so striking that when you walked into his produce stand and bought his wares, he had faith enough in you to pay by putting your money into his 'cash box'- no questions asked, no attendant to monitor it. We need more like him in this world.