It is with heavy hearts that the family of Randy Wozniak announces his sudden passing on Saturday March 20th, 2021, at the age of 59. Randy was a loving Husband, Son, Brother, Stepdad, Grandpa, and Uncle who could always put a smile on your face with his witty remarks and quirky creations.
Randy will be forever loved and missed by his soul mate and best friend Joyce, who he loved immensely and whole-heartedly. He will be greatly missed by his cherished Mom Vangie Moody and sister Cindy Lavallee (Larry) as well as his niece and nephew Laura (Josh) and Marc, daughters Jocelyn, Janelle, and Karla (Jenn), and grandchildren Aliya and Finn. Along with many aunts, uncles and cousins, especially Connie and Breanne. Also Joyce’s family: Mother-In-Law Margaret Paget, Rod and Diane Paget, Glen and Debbie Paget, Earl and Hanne Paget, and their families; as well as his special neighbors and friends.
Randy was predeceased by his Dad, Anton Wozniak, Sister, Connie Wozniak, and Stepfather Dwight Moody.
Randy had a rewarding 23-year career in IT Client Services alongside many wonderful people at Correctional Service Canada. He started his career at RHQ Saskatoon before transferring to the Edmonton Institution, and then most recently the AB/NWT District Parole and Grierson.
Randy embraced life and lived it to the fullest. He enjoyed spending time with his family, playing with his grandchildren, traveling, camping, bike riding, playing piano, and doing projects around the house. He loved watching and playing Jeopardy with Joyce, doing cross-words, listening to his music and watching old movies.
He could take the simplest thing and turn it into a treasure. His family will always appreciate the many special keepsakes he made us and the way he kept us all organized.
Randy will be missed beyond measure. He lifted the spirits of everyone with his positive attitude and no one took on the challenges life threw at him with more determination and grace. He will be remembered for his ability to crack a joke at any given moment, and his unwavering love for those he was closest to.
A celebration of his life will take place when restrictions allow.
Memorial donations in memory of Randy can be made to the University Hospital Foundation – Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute.
“Those we love never truly leave us. There are things that death cannot touch.”
Serenity Funeral Service – Fort Saskatchewan – 780-998-1422