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Obituary for Charles Marvin Randall

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Charles Marvin Randall

August 10, 1923 - September 7, 2011

Charles Marvin Randall, passed away September 7, 2011. He was born August 10, 1923 in Eagle, Colorado to Charles Henery Randall and Birdrithe A. Gibboney. He married Ellen Esther Gregg on August 14, 1942 in Grand Junction, CO.Marvin was a member of the Independent order of Odd Fellow, Ogden Lodge No.5, Mt. Ogden Encampment No. 19, Canton Colfax No. 1, Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4. He was also a member of the Washington Heights Baptist Church. He worked for Hill Air Force Base, retiring July, 1974. Marvin enjoyed camping, hunting, bowling, golfing, fishing, and traveling. In 64 years of marriage they traveled all over the United States as well as Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Alaska, and Figi. He is survived by his son Thomas B. Randall, 3 daughters: Carol Lee Misik, Diana M. Wright, Cheryle A. Nyland, 12 grandchildren, and many great grandchildren. Marvin was preceded in death by his parents, wife Ellen, and one son. A special thanks to the Country Pines staff and Hospice for Utah, for all their kind and tender care with Dad. Graveside services for Marvin will be held, Friday, September 9, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. at Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, 1718 Combe Road, South Ogden. Online condolences may be sent to the family at


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Date: Friday, September 9, 2011

Time: 2:00 pm -

Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch


1718 Combe Road , , Ogden, UT,

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Born: August 10, 1923
Died: September 7, 2011

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Charlie & Rita Bouska posted on 9/24/11

Sorry we missed the services. We were on a camping vacation at the time. Marv and Ellen were the first people we met in the neighborhood and we remember well Marv's smile and helping hand.Our favorite memories were seeing those reindeer up on the roof at Christmas and the little ones coming to visit-- with the talking Santa in the front yard. Much later on, the reindeer had to go-- but little did we know that over night Marv had stuffed the sawed up pieces into OUR GARBAGE CAN--- antlers and hooves sticking out!!!!Happy trails to you. Charlie & Rita


Kevin posted on 9/12/11

I remember camping with Uncle Marvin and Aunt Ellen. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. He always had a smile for me. He was the last from that generation of Randalls and yet the Randall name goes on.I love you Uncle Marvin


DC posted on 9/11/11

I am sorry for your loss. After seeing the condition Marvin was in at the end he is in a much happier place. Carol, Ron and Tom your dad could have not asked for kinder, tender and more compassionate care that you all gave the past four and a half years. Carol you gave up so much to see that your dad had everything he needed or wanted. You can be very proud of yourself and your family for the sacrifice's you made so your dad would be comfortable and happy in his surroundings. Your mom would be so proud of all of you. Marvin rest in peace.


jerrod posted on 9/11/11

I love you grandpa im glad your not hurting now and your with grandma . Best times was camping and the chrismas parties and of we can't forget his beef jerky ......and grandma throughing the news paper at him. Me and the babies love you both


Des posted on 9/10/11

I'm so very sorry for what the family put you through. We love you and miss you very much. At least you can be back with grandma. Love you forever Grandpa.


Candice Preston posted on 9/9/11

I was just talking about Marv, the other night. My favorite memory of him, was him always teasing me as I got older about when I would come over and ask him "Do you got any money?" He would never let me live that down....SOOO Sorry to hear that he passed, Im sure that he is in a better place and not hurting!! May God Bless your Family!!!!


darrin randall posted on 9/9/11

good by grandpa did not know you but you were still there when i needed you and grandma