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Randall Clyde Waldron
August 26, 1952 ~ July 25, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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Randall Clyde Waldron. What a beautiful man, so quite but yet always thinking, and exercising his gift of improving life around him in so many ways. He was his wife’s rock, always there to share life in good times and bad.
He loved learning and exploring, whether inside a book or the great outdoors. His biggest love though, was his parents, family, brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews, both his blood and in-laws. He thought of them constantly and always looked forward to hearing anything about them or seeing them.
Randy always choose good people to have close: Lyle Danielson, Bob McLean, Nick Umbarger, and Dick and Katie Nicoles, top Bananas in his book of life.
In life it takes a village and Randy had one through friends and family. They took the time and energy to connect with Randy, taking him on vacation or just sit and watching a football game. A Very special thank you to them, they made his life a better one.
Randy’s body was not kind to him. From age 14 on he fought one illness after another, never complaining, always moving forward.
Randy finally succumbed to his illnesses on July 25, 2023. He will leave a void but is resting pain-free and in peace. He leaves his wife Sherrie of fifty plus years, Sister Kathy (Glen) Johnson, Terry (Peggy) Waldron, Rick (Judy) Waldron, Jeff (Sharon) Waldron, Joe (Marcia) Waldron. In laws Sande (Art) Tackett, Don (Bonnie) Frey, Peggy Frey, Dave (Gayle) Frey. Special nieces and nephews, Dusty, Tamie, Tonya, Brain, Tasha Eric, Adam, Jeremy and Andrea and many many more and he loved them all.
He was preceded in death by his Father Donald Waldron, Mother Phanoy (Konopaski) Sister Marcia Davis and Niece April Davis.
Rest now Randy, your pain and struggles are over. We will meet again when Jehovah calls and we will take each other’s hands, climb to the top of a mountain and thank Jehovah for a new life and body. My heart is broken.
Donations may be made to the Volunteer Hospice, 829 East 8th St, Port Angeles WA. 98362