Randall Paul Lafferty, 76, of Beaufort, SC, died Friday, October 2, 2020 in Beaufort Memorial Hospital of complications from the Covid-19 virus.\n Mr. Lafferty was born on October 8, 1943 in Pottstown, PA. He is the son of the late James Lafferty and Ann Radcliff Lafferty. Randy attended Albright College and earned his Master's Degree in Education from University of Pittsburgh (Pitt). He was a beloved teacher of French and Latin at Keystone Oaks High School in Pittsburgh, PA for his entire career where he also served as Auditorium Director and one time Gymnastics Team Sponsor. Randy, or RL as he was known by all, was active in the Pittsburgh Area Theater Organ Society and actually was instrumental in getting a Wurlitzer Theater Organ installed in the Keystone Oaks HS auditorium. He worked tirelessly promoting and rebuilding Wurlitzer Theater Organs until he retired and moved to South Carolina in 1996. \nHe was an avid car lover and spent many years with his burgundy 1970 Chevelle which he referred to as "RED". The Chevelle stayed with him during his days at KO and later in retirement in SC. His other love was a white 1968 Buick Grand Sport Convertible which he referred to as "The VERT". He also had "The Toaster" a Scion XB and a Green 1978 Dodge D100 "The Grinch". He loved his stick shift cars! He could identify any antique car on the road and recite the history and options available on the vehicles. He spent his retirement years as an active member of the Classic Car & Truck Club of Beaufort, SC where some called him the "Yoda" of classic car knowledge. The club immersed him in the subject that he loved most and was where he found many wonderful friends. Randy was passionate about all of his interests and passed his enthusiasm on to those around him. For about two years he has lived at Sprenger Healthcare in Port Royal where he was greatly taken care of by the staff and we can't thank them enough for treating Randy like he was one of their own family members. Randy was an extremely generous & caring man to everyone he met and he will be missed by many.\nSurviving are five nephews, Don, David, Jeffrey, Randy and Daniel; and caregivers, Conrad Meier & Klava Meier\nMemorial services will be held Thursday, October 15th at 2:00PM at PRAISE ASSEMBLY (800 Parris Island Gateway). We are encouraging everyone who owns one to drive their Classic Car or Truck where afterwards we will have a car show in Randy's honor.\nIn lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations be made to Beaufort Classic Car & Truck Club. We thank Praise Assembly & Anderson Funeral Home & Crematory for serving the family during this time.