Randy Timothy
Randy Timothy
Randy Timothy
Randy Timothy
Randy Timothy
Randy Timothy

Obituary of Randy Dylan Timothy

Randy Dylan Timothy, our funny, loving, and loud father and grandfather, passed away surrounded by family on June 13, 2020. Staying true to himself, he tried but couldn’t wait until 5:00 pm to make his final toast. At least it was 5:00 somewhere. Randy was born in Roosevelt, Utah on January 27, 1951 to Vernon and Mildred Timothy. He loved music and began playing guitar at a young age, which led him to meeting one of his idols, Muddy Waters, and opening for the Beach Boys at Lagoon. As a painting contractor, Randy made lifelong friends and shared his skills and knowledge with anyone who wanted to learn. He was the first to offer to paint a loved one’s house or fence. He never turned away from hard work and made sure to also play hard. Randy was a mountain of man and would want you to remember him as a badass cowboy raising hell, but we know he was really a softie who loved raising his kids and grandkids. He made sure everyone ate first, got a hug and kiss, and he did his daughter’s dishes until his last day. A man of nine lives, he lived each one to its fullest. His children held a private memorial, saying goodbye in the way he would have wanted -- with great music, great food, and great company. Randy is survived by his three kids: Michael Timothy (Emily), Mckenna Barwick (PJ), and Ashley Byrd (Spencer); their mother, Nannette Empey; his six grandkids: Talon Barwick, Conner Woodard, Wyatt Woodard, Tres Barwick, Elaine Bogus, and Liberty Barwick; and his beloved dog, Lucy. He is preceded by his parents Vernon and Mildred Timothy. Randy, please keep sending us good vibrations and we will try to remember to close the door.
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