Randy Rehmann '78
February 17, 2021 2:47 PM
updated: February 17, 2021 3:34 PM
Randy J. Rehmann
APRIL 8, 1956 – FEBRUARY 9, 2021
At age 64, Randy Joe Rehmann of Austin, Texas passed away on February 9th, 2021 after a hard fought battle with cancer. He was born to June and Herb Rehmann on April 8th, 1956 in San Antonio. (Hence the self-given nickname, at age 4, of Randy Joe San Antone.)
Randy graduated from Samuel Clemens High School in 1974 and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Building Construction from Texas A&M University in 1978.
Randy met the love of his life, Debbie Ann Lee, in high school and married her on July 21, 1979. They have 4 children: Ryan, Holly, Aaron, and Adam. They were blessed to enjoy 41 long and fruitful years together. There was no one Randy adored more than his
Deb. Second only to Jesus and his family, Randy loved the outdoors: hunting, fishing, hiking, and simply spending quiet time with the Lord. He was passionate about teaching future generations about wildlife conservation through youth hunts, hosting youth retreats
and inner city high school weekends.
Randy’s career started as Assistant Project Manager for the Emde Company in Houston, Texas. In 1988, he was instrumental in the formation of Dynamic Systems Incorporated (DSI). Today, Dynamic Systems is headquartered in Austin, Texas with branch offices in
San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, College Station, Atlanta, Boston, and Poughkeepsie.
He was involved in many non-profit organizations. Randy was President, Council Member, and Elder at Bethany Lutheran Church, past President of Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA) Texas, MCA Austin, Texas Wildlife Association (TWA), TWA Foundation, the
Associated General Contractors of America, a member of the Construction Industry Advisory Council for Texas A&M’s Department of Construction Science, and the Senior Austin Aggie Leadership Council. Among the many awards he was honored with were Texas Outdoorsman
of the Year, Texas A&M University Construction Science Outstanding Alumni Award, and nominee for Entrepreneur of the year.
Randy is survived by his wife Debbie Rehmann '79; children: Ryan Rehmann '04 and wife Amanda Rehmann, Holly Bazan '07 and husband Daniel Bazan, Aaron Rehmann '14, Adam Rehmann '14 and wife Sadie Rehmann; brother Russell Rehmann; sister Wanda Reidy; mother June
Rehmann; and five grandchildren: Hunter and Annabelle Rehmann, Gabriel and Nina Bazan, and two month old Randy Rehmann.
Texas Wildlife Association
Texas Youth Hunting Program