Texas Flip N Move personality Randy Martin has died at 65 following battle with liver cancer

Texas Flip N Move personality Randy Martin has died at 65 following battle with liver cancer

Randy Martin of the series Texas Flip N Move has died at the age of 65 following a battle with cancer.

The passing of Martin, who was known as ‘The Lone Wolf’ on the home renovation series, was announced Wednesday in a statement on his Facebook page, accompanied by a slideshow of images.

‘We are broken-hearted to let you know that Randy passed away early this morning,’ the statement read. ‘Please pray for his wife and family as they navigate this difficult time. You will be greatly missed.’

The latest: Randy Martin of the series Texas Flip N Move has died at the age of 65 following a battle with cancer

The latest: Randy Martin of the series Texas Flip N Move has died at the age of 65 following a battle with cancer

Martin’s wife Judy confirmed to TMZ that she was by his side when he died at his home. She said that Martin had been diagnosed with liver cancer this past May.

His Texas Flip N Move costar Donna Snow, of the Snow Sisters, told the outlet that she had visited Martin recently and he ‘appeared fairly weak and in bad health.’

Martin had a regular presence on the series, which began airing on the DIY Network. The premise of the show saw home flippers purchase and renovate homes, which were then auctioned off.

A number of fans shared condolences with Martin’s family on the Facebook announcement of his passing.

The passing of Martin, who was known as 'The Lone Wolf' on the home renovation series, was announced Wednesday in a statement on his Facebook page

The passing of Martin, who was known as ‘The Lone Wolf’ on the home renovation series, was announced Wednesday in a statement on his Facebook page 

Martin's wife Judy confirmed to TMZ that she was by his side when he died at his home

Martin’s wife Judy confirmed to TMZ that she was by his side when he died at his home

Martin had been diagnosed with liver cancer this past May, his wife said

Martin had been diagnosed with liver cancer this past May, his wife said 

The beloved TV personality was seen in a throwback shot on his Facebook page

The beloved TV personality was seen in a throwback shot on his Facebook page 

‘So sorry to hear this,’ one user wrote. ‘My husband and I loved watching him on Texas Flip and Move. He cracked us up and felt like family. Prayers for his family and friends.’

Another person wrote, ‘He was a gem and could make you laugh. Sorry to hear this, thoughts and prayers for his family and friends. May he Rest In Peace. God Bless.’

Said one user: ‘My condolences to his family. I so enjoyed him on Texas flip. World has lost a good man but heaven has gained an angel.’

Martin is survived by wife Judy, children and grandchildren.

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