Randolph (Randy) Morgan
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Obituary of Randolph (Randy) Charles Morgan

Passed peacefully away on January 19, 2023 at the Carmelite House, Randolph (Randy) Charles Morgan, at the age of 73 years. He was retired from Suncor and was a member of the Laborer’s Union. He was predeceased by his parents: William and Ruby Morgan; siblings: Helen, Sharon, Jerry, Dave and Wayne. He leaves to mourn his spouse Madeline Cramm and her family. He also leaves his son, Randy Jr., daughter, Cynthia (David) Snook; two grandchildren, Morgan and Ethan; siblings: Cynthia, Rosalind, James, Clyde and Lorne and a circle of other relatives and friends.


Randy was an outdoor enthusiast who loved hunting, fishing and just being close to nature. He had a deep love of music which he shared with family and friends playing the accordion and singing along.


He loved his children and grandchildren. He loved spending time with family and friends making memories and celebrating life.


Randy was a hard worker who retired from Suncor as a laborer in Fort McMurray which he was very proud of. He will be missed by his work family and friends.


He was a man of good faith and passed peacefully knowing he was going to heaven to be with those who passed before him.


He will be missed by his spouse Madeline, his children Cynthia and Randy Jr., his grandchildren and extended family and friends.


Visitation will take place on Sunday 2-4 with a memorial service to follow conducted by Rev. Jeff Blackwood.




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