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Randy Lee Berrie

Was born on May 10, 1964 in Salt Lake City, Utah and passed away on November 28, 2017 in Holladay, Utah. He was the youngest of seven siblings, with three brothers and three sisters.

Randy had many accomplishments, some of which include; receiving his Eagle Scout, receiving an Associate Degree in auto mechanics from Salt Lake Community College. He worked as an auto mechanic for many years and later, he worked at Johnstone Heating and Air Conditioning. He worked the sales counter providing excellent customer service. He was very knowledgeable about air conditioners and furnaces. Randy did a good job on home repairs and getting air conditioners and furnaces ready for that time of season, especially for family and friends. He also had a knack for fixing cars to keep them running.

In his off time, he enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and the outdoors. Randy was also a very loving and tender caregiver to his mother, especially in her later years.

He will be deeply missed. We love you Randy Lee.

Randy is survived by siblings: Vernon (Christy), Karen (Richard) Chamberlain, Michael (Jodi), Judy and Sheral. 16 nieces and nephews, 44 great-nieces and nephews. Lifelong friends; Layne Jensen, Lyman Burton, Danny and Lyle Orr, Brent Parkin, and Shaun Brunson.

He is preceded in death by parents, Raymond Vernon and Marie Topham Berrie, brother Charles and grandparents.

There will be a family and friend gathering and graveside service; December 9, 2017 at 1:00 PM. Interment is at Memorial Redwood Mortuary and Cemetery, 6500 S Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah.

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  1. Kimberly Park in Hansen says:

    I will never forget Randy as a young boy. Unfortunately, I missed out knowing him as an adult, but it warms my heart to know that he had great caring friends who stayed close to him through out his life. My memories of him will always be of a cute young boy with a big heart, and contagious laugh! He was shy and kind, and will be greatly missed!!

  2. Nicole Darling says:

    We loved Randy so much and miss him everyday. We were lucky to call him a friend and brother. Any one that spent any time with him knew how funny,kind, loving and thoughtful he was. He was and always will be a part of our family.
    Joe and Nicole Darling and family

  3. Monique (Burton) & Steven Keetch says:

    Dearest Randy,
    We have loved you since the moment we met you. You’re always so sweet and happy, never had a bad word to say about anyone. You were always so sweet and loving to my parents, the Burton‘s and you always made sure they were doing well and taken care of. Thanks for being such a true & loyal friend to Lyman for so many years, we will never forget you.
    Randy, we will always love and care for you like our brother. We’re so grateful that we were able to know you as long as we did. We were so happy to have you at Thanksgiving with us this year, it meant so much for us that you came. We remember you smiling and happy while you were here. You were so kind to make sure my parents got home safely even when mom wanted to drive. We will miss your contagious laugh and your awesome personality, but mostly your kind and sweet nature. Always willing to help anyone no matter who they were. You are, and will always be a great blessing to the Burton family.
    We love you, we adore you and we know we’ll be together again someday soon.
    💕Love you forever, Steve & Monique Keetch & girls

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