Ed Randall

A photo of Ed Randall

Visitation:

Blenheim Community Funeral Home
Sunday December 11, 2022
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Words of remembrance will be
shared at 3:45 p.m.

Ed Randall, much loved father, brother, nephew, uncle and cousin suddenly passed away at home on Monday November 21, 2022.  Eddie was born 47 years ago to the late Linda Breese and the late George Randall.  He is survived by his wife Amanda and their children Kaitlynn, Dylan, Ella and Alexa.  Ed was also a very proud grandfather thanks to Kaitlynn blessing him with James.

Ed will be deeply missed by his brothers George (Chantel) and Tim (Missy) Randall.  He will always be remembered by aunts, uncles nieces, nephews and many cousins.

If you knew Eddie like we did, you would know that he always loved to have a great time!!!  Eddie had a heart of gold and would have done anything for anyone.  If you ever had the pleasure to be with Ed, you would never have walked away empty handed, be it a small trinket that he found at a yard sale or a whole box of nick-nacks.  Eddie was always finding some sort of treasure that he wanted to share.

Most importantly, Ed loved his family and always stayed in touch.  He loved backyard bbq’s, cooking for any family function, had a passion for wrestling and music and he looked forward to his drive to work every morning with Tim.

He worked at NuCo Plastics for five years and shared many, many stories to anyone who would listen.  He absolutely loved his job, even with the rollercoaster of emotions he got from it.

Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be held at the Funeral Home on Sunday December 11, 2022 from 2:00 – 4:00 with words of remembrance being shared at 3:45.  In lieu of flowers, those wishing to remember Ed are asked to consider the CKHA Mental Health and Addictions.

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It's sad to hear of Eddie's passing. I babysat him from the age of 3, for three plus years. He was a very sweet, happy boy with a constant smile on his face. He'll be missed. My heart is breaking for everyone who loved him. Rest well beautiful boy ! 💖

Amanda and family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Ed was a great guy and he will be missed by all who knew him. Keeping u all in my thoughts and prayers.

This wonderful family has lost another valued member.......I will cherish Eddie's hugs I got at the funeral for Charlene....love to you all XOXO

Amanda, and all the Randell family, so sorry for your loss. Way too young. I knew his mom and dad, as well as Missy. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless R.I.P. Ed

My thoughts and prayers go out to his children and Amanda Randall. Ed was a good guy and I will remember him fondly. My prayers to all his family

my condolences to you Ed and your family. you were a good friend. we will miss you Ed. goodbye, Ed. yo

He always had a joke when I walked by,always said hi Jack, heaven has a special angle.

I have had the pleasure of knowing Ed, Tim, and big brother George since high-school, along with Missy since before then. Knowing Ed has always been fun and sometimes exciting as we became neighbors about 2 yrs ago. I will miss the outburst of song and music coming from the outer walls of my apartment, as he would crank his music and all of a sudden u would hear the belting words coming from his deep voice lol...he tried his best to match the voices of the artist, even the female ones lmao ...I remember my daughter and grandchildren were over a few times and the very first time it scared the shit out of my daughter lol ....but we loved it and couldn't get enough of hearing him sing along to whatever was on. His kind heart always brought him a knocking at my door if he heard the grandbabies were over, with candy or chocolate in hand he would always be there willing and offering sometimes to them, as long as Grammy said yes of course lol...he would say "tell Grammy u just need it" lmao .....I would always allow it and to see the smile it brought to Ed's face was all the thanks he ever wanted or needed. I will miss seeing him in the hallways or on his adventures walking uptown as we would pass one another always with a giant smile and hello. The talks we had will also be missed, whether it was one's full of laughter or ones with many emotions. The 3 of us neighbors woualways watch each other's backs and check in with one another mostly daily. Is a sad time as we can now only reminisce of these memories and times. Condolences much love and huge hugs from my kids and grandchildren to the family of Mr happy go lucky, and as my grandbabies would say "the candy man". You will be greatly missed by us all xoxo 😘

I had the pleasure of going to high-school with Ed, Tim, and big brother George, along with Missy. We shared some laughs and some crys along the way, but Ed always had a smile on his face and an endearing hello for me. His kindness to my children and grandchildren during the short time of being his neighbor has warmed my heart along with theirs as we now remember the days of listening thru the walls as he cranked his music and sang along to the songs. Or the uncountable times he would knock on the door if he heard the grandbabies to offer them candy and chocolate lol. The talks we had sometimes were funny as ever and some more in depth and emotional. I will be greatly saddened as I now anticipate hearing the deep loud voice of song coming from the outer walls of my apartment. You will be greatly missed Ed xoxo my family send our deepest condolences and loving prayers to the family of this great happy go lucky guy. Thinking of you all at this time. Xoxo Love Tracy ❤️

Our hearts are broken for all of you. We just spoke a few months ago and shared quite a few memories. I am still in shock as I am sure so is everyone. Thinking of all of you at this time xo Heather and Mike Biggley ♥️ ❤️

I’m still in shock just heard about Ed . My heart breaks for his entire family. I worked with Ed for a number of years at peeters mushroom farm he was always a pleasure to be around, l last saw him on Nov 19 at my Church Christmas sale and he was as pleasant as always, He will most certainly be missed by many. May God give you all his peace.