Rachel M. Randlov, Dedham Native, Dies at 32

Funeral service will be held today at Folsom Funeral Home, 87 Milton Street in Dedham, from 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Friends and Family are invited, but the burial will be private.

Rachel Marie Randlov, a resident of Norwood for over 5 years, and formerly a resident of Dedham, died suddenly Sunday, September 9, 2012.  She was 32. 

Rachel was known to many family and friends by her Pagan name ”Sapphire Moon”.  

Rachel was born in Boston, the loving daughter of Virginia M.  “Gin” (Tenters) and Paul C. Randlov of Dedham.  

Sapphire was a 1998 graduate of Dedham High School.  She continued her education at Mt. Ida in Newton and  Mass Bay Community College in Wellesley.

Rachel worked as a nail technician at the Finishing Touch in Dedham, a security guard for Securitas in Braintree, and at Rojo’s Gas Station in Norwood.  

Besides her loving parents she leaves her beloved husband of 2 years Roger C. Fritz of Norwood, and her dear brother Eric P.  Randlov of Dedham, her father and mother-in-law, Richard and Linda Fritz of Newton; her devoted uncles Philip Tenters of Germany and godfather  Harry Blaser II; and her loving aunt and godmother Marion Blaisdell.  

She is also survived by her dear cousin Harry Blaser III. Donations in Sapphire’s memory may be made to the Animal Rescue League of Dedham, 55 Anna’s Place, Dedham, MA.  02026.

Gary November 04, 2012 at 12:53 AM
Sapphire, it is November 3rd, 2012, and I just found out to my shock and utter sadness that you had passed away. We hadn't seen each other since July. You had called me in August and I (to my deep regret) was a little short with you, for that was the last time we spoke together. I thought you and Roger moved to Westborough. I tried to call you a few times, but your number was disconnected. I searched for you on the internet today and found out you passed away on September 9th. My deepest sympathy goes out to Roger, and to your Mom and Dad, brother Eric, and to your cousin Harry who all loved you so very much. I can't believe I'll never see you again, Saphire. My life was definately richer and happier for knowing you. I loved our great discussions about music and the arts and how we shared and influenced each other's tastes. I'll never forget you. Thank you for being my friend. Bye for now sweet one. I'l see you on the other side. All my love, Gary


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