Randy Roy Rinehart, age 54, passed away peacefully after his courageous battle with Primary Amyloidosis surround by his family on Thursday, March 16, 2017, at home. He was born on August 24, 1962, in Ladysmith, Wisconsin the son of Chester and Delores (Messerschmidt) Rinehart. He served in the Army National Guard from May 24, 1982, until September 2, 1982, continuing in the Reserves until May 4, 1988. He received the Army Service Ribbon and expert rifle Ribbon. Randy married Natalie Erdmann on May 18, 1996, in Ripon, Wisconsin. He was employed by Wolf Sub Zero in Madison for the past 14 years as an engineer. He was a black powder enthusiast, collecting black powder guns of all kinds and was a collector of recurve bows. He loved going to his children's sporting events even when it was very hard to do because of his illness. He enjoyed hunting at the cabin with his family and friends along with fishing on numerous lakes around the state. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. He is survived by his wife Natalie, his children; Lucius, Aubrey and Josephine all of Evansville, his mother Delores Rinehart of Marshfield, his sister Robin (Adrian) Rinehart-Balfe of Wausau, nephews; Jacob (Jamie) Heil, Douglas (Nicole) Kesler, Kyle Erdmann, great-nieces and -nephews, brother-in-law; Rickie (Christina) Erdmann, mother-in-law; Shirley Erdmann, numerous aunts, uncles and extended family. He was preceded in death by his father; Chester Rinehart and father-in-law; Joseph Erdmann. -