How did Randy Lemmon die? Former Houston radio host cause of death explained

Randy Lemmon

Randy Lemmon, a former Houston radio host passed away on January 5, 2023. Let’s see, how did Randy Lemmon die and the cause of death in detail.

How did Randy Lemmon die? 

Randy Lemmon passed away on January 5, 2023. His death was confirmed by his Facebook page, GardenLine with Randy Lemmon.

The message reads, “Randy Lemmon, Houston radio host of the GardenLine program on NewsRadio 740 KTRH, died today. He passed away at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City of complications due to a stroke. He was surrounded by his loving family.”

Randy Lemmon conducted the GardenLine radio show for 27 years, during which he presented all sorts of tips, tactics, and serious research for dealing with this area’s peculiar climate.

He enthusiastically shared his knowledge and advice regarding lawns, gardens, and outdoor living, and was devotedly followed by both professional landscapers and the weekend gardener.

He was a go-to authority whenever public safety was at risk due to serious climatic challenges, such as during hurricanes and deep freezes.

Randy Lemmon cause of death:

the radio host Randy Lemmon, who is the Garden Guru for Houston & the Gulf Coast sadly passed away.

Randy Lemmon cause of death was a stroke. Lemmon, who was married to Yvonne Lemmon for 22 years, is survived by Yvonne and their two children, Selena, 16, and Randal, 21.

He is also survived by his sister, Terri Langer (Ron), and his sister-in-law, Jennifer Spriggs (Kevin) and Melissa Salce (Joab), as well as nieces Lindsey Langer, Lauren Langer, Jessica Spriggs, Jamie Spriggs, Paighton Salce, and nephews Preston Salce and Parker Salce.

He is as well survived by his aunt Janelle and Ron Stokes, as well as their two sons, Conner and Reid.

A memorial service for him is being planned. For more than 35 years, Randy has provided guidance on lawns, gardens, and outdoor life in this particular climate.

The combination of research and expertise in Randy’s counsel is impeccable.

Who was Randy Lemmon?

Randy Lemmon was born Randal Scott Lemmon on January 4, 1962, in Whittier, California. His parents were Richard “Dick” Lemmon and Phyllis Lemmon.

After the family relocated to Houston, Randy attended Robert E. Lee High School before continuing his education at the Texas A&M University, where he earned a BS in Journalism in 1984.

He resided at Moses Hall while attending Texas A&M. Randy later obtained a Master of Science in Agriculture while working for the University’s College of Agriculture.

He was a loving father to his daughter Selena and son Randal. He offered unwavering support for all of their endeavors, including Randal’s tennis competitions and Selena’s rising musical stardom.


Before starting his radio career, Randy worked for the Texas Farm Bureau for many years as a television and radio producer.

After that, he worked for almost ten years at Texas A&M University, where he produced news and analysis for an agricultural network he founded with the College of Agriculture.

He was in charge of producing the R.C. Slocum show, among other things. Randy wrote four books on a variety of topics, including mulching rules of thumb and fertilizer regimens.

Through his company, Randy Lemmon Consulting, Randy has recently reached out to homes all along the Gulf Coast to share his enthusiasm and knowledge in addition to his radio programme.

Aside from his love of all things green, Randy was well-known for his sense of humor, his culinary skills, and his enthusiasm for Aggie football and Astros baseball.

Additionally, Randy loved going to concerts, playing disc golf, playing racquetball, and watching Broadway play.

Tributes to Randy Lemmon:

KPRC2 Amy Davis posted,

Terrible news to share. GardenLine with Randy Lemmon was always willing to share lawn care advice with KPRC2 / Click2Houston viewers when I asked for his help.
Prayers for his family tonight.

Brandon Smith posted,

During CVOID, I accidentally run up to my local Katy Ace Hardware and unexpectedly had this opportunity to meet Randy!! I’ve been a Lemmon Head for 14ish yrs..We talked 5ish minutes about Aggie football, my lawn, and I had to buy a few books for a autograph.. #randylemmon #followtheschedule

Luis M Chamorro posted,

I will miss my dear friend Randy Lemmon with GardenLine with Randy Lemmon. Randy was a forceful influence and one who pushed me to have a different approach on how to market products. He was a mentor, a friend and someone I looked up to. If it wasn’t for Randy, my creative side wouldn’t have developed the way it did. Knowing he watched a clip or a post I made and getting a mention on the radio as a result, was validation I was doing something right. Thank you for your friendship and support. I will miss texting you during the show on the weekend and trying to convince you that soccer is a fun sport to watch. I love you, man!
My thoughts and prayers are with the Lemmon family. posted,

We are saddened that Randy Lemmon from GardenLine on KTRH passed away today. He was a guest on one of our most viewed episodes of Member Focus Monday, sharing information about how to help your plants recover from the winter freeze in 2021 and how to improve the curb appeal of listings. He returned a second time and once again showed that he was generous with his time and insights. Our thoughts are with his wife, two children, and all who knew and loved him.

Quality Feed & Garden Company posted,

Today, sadly we learned of the passing of our good friend of more than 30 years, KTRH 740 GardenLine Radio Host Randy Lemmon. Ken has been friends with Randy since even before Randy was on the radio. Randy lived in the area at the time, and the two would talk about gardening and new products coming on the market, like organics that grew to become the foundation of edible gardening today. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Randy, and also to his family during this time of sudden loss.


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