Randall Manley Endicott


With a deep sense of sorrow, our family announces that Randall Manley Endicott, born September 28, 1966, died in a tragic traffic accident on Monday, July 23, 2018.

Randy is survived by his precious children, affectionately called Princess Maisie Lee, and his buddy, Rocklin Manley, as well as the children’s mother, Angela; his mother Sharon Dawne Endicott; brother Roland Howard Endicott (Carol) and sister, Jodie Dawne Endicott (Jym Bridger).

Randy will be missed by his many loving Uncles, Aunts, and cousins; his Rio friends; his Stratford friends; and of course his ‘Buds’; his ‘Docs’ (as Randy called them); his co-workers.

Randy will be remembered for his sense of humour, his loyalty, his generous spirit, his beautiful smile. And his commitment to his career.

Maisie added “Daddy worked hard!”

Randy was pre-deceased by his father, Manley Howard Endicott.

Randy’s funeral service will be officiated by Reverend Rebecca Craver, on Tuesday, August 7th, 2:00 pm at the Edmonton Moravian Church, 9540-83 ave, Edmonton, Alberta.

The family wishes to thank the Claresholm RCMP and all emergency workers that attended the site.

In lieu of sending flowers, please consider donations to any homeless shelter. Rocklin said “Daddy would give me money to hand to any homeless person we saw.”

If you choose to; please post any pictures, stories, remembrances, to Randy’s Facebook Page, or bring them to the funeral service. We would like to create a hard copy of these memories for Randy’s children.

Condolences may also be expressed through www.serenity.ca

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Edmonton Moravian Church

9540 83 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6C 1B9

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Dan and Sylvia Wilyman

Sharon and Family
We are so sorry for your loss. Remembering the years we spent together in Grande Cache and Edmonton. Sending you our deepest sympathy.
Dan and Sylvia Wilyman and family.

Megan Brown

Having grown up in Rio Terrace I knew the Endicott’s well and have very fond memories of our playtime antics and of Mrs. Endicott’s baking. The news of Randy’s sudden passing is very sad and my heart goes out to the family. Please know my thoughts are with you and my memories of Randy are only fond and bring a smile.
With love, Megan Brown

Shane Symyrozum

I was saddened to hear of the sudden, tragic passing of Randy. My deepest sympathies go out to all of you. Though it has been many years since I last saw Randy, all my memories of him were fond. He was such a tremendous guy. Always a smile – and he had a great one – and many laughs when Randy was around. Kind. Caring. Funny. Full of life. Your loss is immeasurable. Praying for you all. Kindest Regards, Shane Symyrozum.

Robert & Sharon Hayes

To Sharon and family – We were so saddened to read of the passing of Randy. The memory of those cute little boys during the Grande Cache days will always be with us. I’m sure it was Randy who would say “Good guys say pardon me, bad guys say huh !! ” Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you struggle though this difficult time. God bless you and your family. Bob & Sharon

Michele (Marples) Meijer

I am so sorry for your families loss. I went to school with Randy at Ruo Terrace Elementary and Stratford Junior High. I remember his big smile and of course his good natured teasing of my friends and I. Cherish all the wonderful memories made with him, as they will give you much peace during this difficult time.

Quineata Robinson

We lost a colleague and a great friend. We will miss you Randy Endicott you always made us laugh. Even when the joke was on you! We always enjoyed stories about your children. God took you to soon. Rest In Peace!
Love you Randy, the Searles girls.

Mary Bereziuk

What a great sadness first all your family, may your memories help you though these difficult days. It was always entertaining to work with Randy. He was kind and gentle with a joke quick at hand. I have a set of Moose antlers over my front entrance that Randy gave me as he thought they look good there. May he rest in peace, he touched many with kindness. Mary

Scott M Treasure

I just wanted to extend my deepest condolences to the entire Endicott family. I was very saddened to hear about this devastating loss. Please know that the entire Treasure family is thinking about all of you at this very difficult time.

Scott (and Cheri)

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