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Randy Harold Andrews

Randy Harold Andrews

It is with deep sorrow we announce the passing of Randy on November 8, 2023, at the age of 70 years old. Predeceased by his father Vern, mother Joyce, brother Terry and his first wife Linda. 

Survived by his wife Dianne, stepsons Chris (Sherri) and Corey (Nicole) six grandchildren, Bryce, Arlynn, Addison, Branson, Scarlet, and Sasha. 

Randy had a happy childhood growing up in East Kildonan. He started working in the grocery dept in Eaton’s. From there he worked many years at Safeway. After owing a craft store on McLeod Ave, he turned to real estate and lastly a mortgage broker. 

In between real estate and mortgage broker, he met Dianne, and they celebrated 25 years of marriage this year. 

Randy loved all sports, especially curling and golf. He also liked to travel, especially driving to Phoenix and Vegas. He never missed a casino on the way there or back. He loved the slots, and they loved him. Incredibly lucky! 

Randy was fun loving, kind-hearted, generous to a fault. A loving husband, father, and grandfather. 

He will be missed. 

A Celebration of Life will be held on Tuesday, December 12, 2023, at 2 P.M. 

Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 215
215 Maxwell King Drive
East St. Paul, MB
(Access is also available via De Vries Ave)

11 thoughts on “Randy Harold Andrews”

  1. So sorry to hear of Randy’s passing. I have many memories of growing up across the street on Nottingham Ave. It was a time when kids played with their friends outside, all day. Randy was a great friend.

  2. My sincere condolences to Randy’s family. I spent countless hours playing with Randy as a kid in E.K. As friends, we were on the same junior curling team that made the front sports page of the Free Press back in ‘67 I believe. He was a great guy.

  3. Dianne and family, so sorry for your loss, our deepest sympathies. Our Randy’s grew up together and I met your Randy thru Royal le Page when he was on Henderson. You were both so generous to let us stay at your Phoenix home a few years ago. We always enjoyed catching up with you both at the kbc gatherings. I know the last few years we’re not easy for him, may he Rest In Peace.
    Randy and Cheryl Lawson.

  4. We have all lost a GREAT guy! Randy was so outgoing and always wanted to make things better. The eternal optimist he always loved to compete and to win. When ever anyone needed a hand or a positive word, Randy was always there.
    I count myself amongst his many friends and I know how important his family and friends were to him, so I count myself as being lucky to have known him and shared so many special times with him.

  5. Randy was a wonderful human being , I send my condolences to his family. And close friends . Randy would always put a smile on my face either when he came for ahair cut ott when we would have lunch at the Empress of china … where else ? He will be missed by many i am very grateful to have known Randy for the years I did RIP RANDY HEAVEN HAS GOT ANOTHER ANGEL ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  6. Randy was one of the 1st agents I met when I started my career in real estate with Del Bro approx 32 years ago. We became friends immediately . and always had fun while doing business as well. We enjoyed our golf days, concerts, casino get aways and more. Randy was always up for a good time that included good food, drinks, and camaraderie. Dianne and family truly had a gem and will be greatly missed by all! Glenn & Brenda Kisil


    Deepest Condolences.. We’ve known Randy for many years, he’s been an invaluable friend to our family and a joy to do business with. Always with a quick-witted but kind-hearted joke on hand, he made every call or visit a pleasure. As a professional Randy really made us feel like he had our best interest at heart and epitomized integrity. He will be sorely missed…..

    Blair & Jackie Rajotte

  8. Randy was definitely one of a kind. Wonderful soul. It was my pleasure getting to know him as a result of our membership at the Kildonan Business Club as well as travel with him and KBC friends to Phoenix to golf.

    If you have a subscription to Winnipeg Free Press Archives, Gary Hawkes was right on the money. Wednesday, December 27, 1967, Gary Hawkes along with teammates Grant Logan, Wayne Urbonos and Randy Andews made the front page of the Winnipeg Free Press Sports section.


  9. Dorothy Hanuschak

    Sorry for your loss Diane. Randy, being my Brother-in-law for 40+ years, there were many ups and downs, but you were there for Garry when his sister passed and you were there for me when Garry passed. I enjoyed our many lunch dates over the last 18 years as we sat and discussed many topics. I will miss our time together. I hope you are happy meeting again all those that passed before you. RIP.
    Love Dorothy and sons.

  10. The Andrews family lived next to my grandparents so our families were always getting together and sharing laughs – many laughs. I’m guessing I’ve known Randy for 60 years. Although lately we hadn’t seen each other as much as our younger years, when we did it was all smiles and re-telling of old stories.

    Dianne and family, please accept our sincere condolences for your loss.

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