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Wendy Kay Randall, 53, born Wendy Kay Oliver, died Friday, June. 7, 2019, from sudden unknown causes after a six day stay on life support at the University of Utah.
Wendy was born March 22, 1966, in Butte, Montana, later moving and raising her family in Randolph, Utah and ending in Tooele, Utah. She was a dedicated mother the majority of her life before getting a degree in business when her children moved out on their own, where she used it in several different positions before becoming disabled and becoming a fully dedicated amazing grandmother.
She is survived by her husband, Royce Randall; children; Kristina Broxon, Jennifer George (sp. Kellen George), and Robert Randall (sp. Jennifer Randall); and her grandchildren, Andrew Broxon, Tristan Randall, Emma George and Gavin George.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Anna Sisson and Hank Sisson; along with ten loving siblings.
A Memorial and Celebration of Life will be held at 12:00 pm, Saturday, June 22nd, at the Evanston State Park Gazebo. At her request she will be cremated, and ashes kept by her husband, children, and grandchildren. No burial will take place.
Wendy spent her life taking care of those around her; she was the second youngest of 14 children born to an Irish Catholic family, later she converted to the Latter-day Saint religion and was baptized at the age of 33 at the LDS church in Randolph Utah. She spent most of her later days talking to her grandchildren and spending as much time as she could with them, and of course loving her many fur babies.
Wendy left a hole in the lives of those around her, that can never be filled but will be a constant reminder of her hard work and dedication to raising her family and loving her grandchildren.
Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.
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