In Memory

Randy Roddy

Randy Roddy

Randy D. Roddy, 60, of Redlands, California, died Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, in Campbell County.

A celebration of life for Mr. Roddy will take place at a later date in Redlands.

He was born July 27, 1954, in Redlands to Doyle J. and Lois Lucille Roddy. He grew up in Redlands, and attended Redlands High School, SBVC and Pomona Pitzer Claremont colleges.

He graduated with his bachelor’s degree and went on to work at Industrial Instrument and Repair. He also worked at R.G. Canning, U.A.S and CUDD Energy.

Mr. Roddy married Sandra L. VanZeyl on May 28, 1988, at Yucaipa Community Church in California. To this union one son was born, Jacob R. Roddy.

He was an avid member of the Church of the Nazarene and the Mentone Moose Lodge. He loved his family, friends, country and pets.

Mr. Roddy is survived by his spouse and best friend, Sandra Roddy of Redlands; his son, Jacob R. Roddy of Cheyenne; brothers, Gary Roddy and Jeff Roddy, both of California; and sister, Cheri Kennedy of California.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Doyle and Lois Roddy.

Memorials and condolences may be sent to the family in care of Walker Funeral Home, 410 Medical Arts Court, Gillette, WY 82716.

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12/16/14 02:32 PM #1    

David M. Hughes

I 'am so sad to hear of  Randy's passing . Remembering the huge spirit for life that Randy always had ready while we were living our crazy High School lives . Whether it was on the football field , in class , on the back of a motorcycle or just sitting at  the lunch tables Randy stood ready to help make something , anything happen . Heart of gold , dear person . Will always remain a sincere memory .

My heart goes out to Randy's family .

David Hughes


12/17/14 08:40 AM #2    

Carla Poole (Farley)

I am very sorry to hear that Randy is no longer with us.  He was a dear friend of mine while in high school.  He was friendly to everyone regardless of race or status.  He will be greatly missed.  I send my condolences to his family.  God bless 




05/25/17 09:28 PM #3    

Elizabeth A. Phillips (Kelly)

I ran into Randy later in life and we visited like old friends. He was so different from what I remembered him in school but, maybe I just didn't know him so good then. Randy was kind, funny and a gentleman and surely is missed. I'm sorry for your loss, Randy's family and trust life is a tiny bit better but know that without faith, like the kind of faith Randy had, the days would be much more difficult to get hrough.  Blessings!. 

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