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Randall Cayden Quinney

May 2, 1993 - September 16, 2017

Randall “Cayden” Quinney, 24, passed away on September 16, 2017, in Greensville, South Carolina. He was born, May 2, 1993, to Randy Quinney and Jennifer Schofield in Ogden, Utah. Cayden graduated from Northridge High School.


“If you love something, love it completely, cherish it, say it, but most importantly, show it. Life is finite, and fragile, and just because something is there for one day, it might not be the next. Never take that for granted. Say what you need to say, and then say a little more. Say too much. Show too much. LOVE TOO MUCH. Everything is temporary but love. Love outlives us all.”


Cayden was loved so much during his journey here on earth. He had a heart of gold, and loved making people laugh. His big smile could light up the world. His love radiated through his smile and laughter. He had a positive energy, a goofy laugh, and the biggest dimples. He had tremendous love for his family, parents, sisters, nephew, and niece, as well as his friends.


He worked harder than anyone and was always getting awards at work. That was something extremely important to him. No matter where he was working, he took so much pride in his job. His growth, goals, and happiness meant so much to him and all of us. He never had a bad word to say about anyone.


Cayden enjoyed the outdoors, camping, hunting, fishing, boating, snowboarding, and spending time with family and friends. He was the biggest Dallas Cowboys fan, he bled the Silver Star. One decision changed not only his life, but all those who loved and cared about him dearly.


For the past few years he had been fighting and battling his addiction. The son, brother, uncle, nephew, grandson we all knew and loved was not the same person we knew before demons of heroine took over his life. They made him into an entirely different person that nobody knew him to be. He fought a long hard battle daily. When everything seems hopeless, take it a day at a time and if one day seems too much, just take it an hour at a time, and if that’s too much, take it a minute at a time.


If Cayden could teach everybody one thing, he would want you to know to not sweat the small stuff and LOVE IS ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING!!


Cayden is survived by Randall Scott Quinney, Jennifer Fowers, Misty Stockhans, Haley Christensen, Cassidi Quinney, Landrie LeFevre, and many grandparents.


The family welcomes anyone that would like to join them in a Celebration of Life on Monday, September 25, 2017, from 3:00 to 7:00 pm at Warrens Craft Burger, 258 25th Street, Ogden, Utah.



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Date: Monday, September 25, 2017

Time: 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Warren's Craft Burger


258 - 25th St.

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Born: May 2, 1993
Died: September 16, 2017

Condolences for Randall Cayden Quinney

Donner posted on 9/26/17

My deepest condolences to Cayden's family. Remember you are not alone at this difficult time. "God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress." Psalm 46:1


Carrie Lee posted on 9/25/17

We love you Jenny!


Johnn and Diane Potts posted on 9/25/17

Please accept our sincere sympathy for the passing of you dear sweet son. No one is supposed to lose their children. We can't imagine your pain and sorrow. You will be in our prayers Sincerely


A friend posted on 9/25/17

May he rest in eternal peace.


marie chung posted on 9/24/17

I read your your son's obituary today. I do t know your family but I'm sending my deepest condolences to your family. It's people like you who share your families heartache openly that help others. It's so prevalent... God bless you and your family. So very sorry for your loss.


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Lynette posted on 9/24/17

I personally do not know Randall, yet I understand his compassion and love and how addictions can overtake the soul. We avoid those who love us the most and we end up hurting those closest to us. What a beautiful tribute to his life and the struggle he endured. Thank you for the honesty in his tribute. May you feel his love and remember his zest for life. May the addictions of his earthly life be severed as he enters heaven, may he have peace and rest and be comforted now. In Jesus name, Amen Lynette