Somerville/Medford Remembering Somerville Police Officer Randy R. Isaacs

U.S. Veteran

ISAACS, Randy R. – a US Army Veteran, Active Army reserve man, Somerville Police Officer, Somerville Native Passed away unexpectedly on June 19, 2022 at the age of 41 While on the job protecting the city he loved.
Randy is survived by his Mother Sharon Nagarsingh, Father Adrian Calixte, Grand Mother Iris Sanford brother to Nicole Neale, Weldon Tucker, and Kirby Calixte, and uncle to Nariyha Angline, Natalia Villefranche, Ta Lia Tucker, and Jayden Calixte. and Several other friends and family.

Randy was born in Content York Town Jamaica, on August 14, 1980. Randy is a proud graduate of Somerville High School class of !998, joined the US Army after Graduating High School, and is also an alumni of UMass Boston. Randy is a 15 Year Proud Somerville police officer, and great person through and through.
Randy was a devoted Son, Brother, Uncle, Cousin, and friend. Randy enjoyed Family, Traveling, Work and adventure, Randy is an avid soccer fan and motor cycle rider who always had a smile on his face and could put one on anyone’s face. Randy was a charismatic fun loving outgoing person who was truly a blessed soul who will Truly be missed.
Visiting hours will be held for Officer Isaacs on Friday July 1, 2022, in the George L. Doherty Funeral Home, 855 Broadway (Powder House Sq.) Somerville, from 4:00 – 7:00.
Relatives and friends invited.
In honoring Officer Isaacs, there will be a Police walk through, prior to visiting hours at 3:30.
A Funeral Service will be held, in St. John the Evangelist Church, 2254 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Saturday morning July 2, 2022 at 10:00.
Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.

5 thoughts on “Somerville/Medford Remembering Somerville Police Officer Randy R. Isaacs”

  1. Rest In Peace, thank you for your services for protecting the citizens of Somerville. May god give his family the strength to get through this difficult time god bless all

  2. Thank you officer Isaacs for your service to our country and the city of Somerville. May you Rest In Peace

  3. He was a great cop and the city should of done more than they have sorry for the family lost my prayers go out to the family

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