Brett Thomas Randall


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Brett Randall

Brett Thomas Randall passed away unexpectedly on December 2, 2021 in Seattle, Washington.

Born October 24, 1984 in Anchorage, Alaska the son of Crandel and Debra Randall. Brett is survived by his son Kale Randall, and is the brother to Amber Randall, Venessa (Randall) Silva, Nicholas Randall, Nathan Randall, Danielle (Randall) Winkle, and Delight Sprinkle. Brett graduated in 2003 from Chugiak High School. Brett lived and grew up in Eagle River, Alaska until the age of 19 when he moved away to start his life and a new chapter and ended up in the state of Washington.

Brett was a loving son, father, brother, uncle and cousin to his family. Growing up Brett enjoyed and excelled at playing hockey and baseball on the local teams in his hometown of Eagle River, Alaska. His later hobby in high school included working on his 1970’s white Chevrolet pick-up truck that he adored.

Through the years as Brett got older, he enjoyed looking through his telescope at the sky, a good meal shared with friends, he loved a good steak, cooking and cooking for others, excelling at his job with sales, being friendly to others and lending a helping hand whenever he could, and enjoyed being a father to his son Kale, throwing a football around with him when they could.

Brett will forever be missed and in the hearts of his family and friends.

A memorial to celebrate Brett’s life is scheduled for January 12, 2022 at 3:00PM, at Community Covenant Church, 16123 Artillery Road, Eagle River, AK 99577.

3 Responses to “Brett Thomas Randall”

  • Tom Bolen says:

    To the Randall family,

    I do not know most of you (I know Venessa, Dad Crandall, Brodie & Kennedy). But I grieve with you today over the loss of your loved one. May the celebration of his life help you all to heal.

  • Terry tarner says:

    Dear Randall Family
    We’re so sorry to hear of bretts passing. He was so happy to be a dad the last time that we saw him. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Austin says:

    I worked with Brett at good Chevrolet… We had lots of laughs and memories and fun times shared with the “boys”. Brett LOVED his son and just wanted to be the best father and friend he could be… I am today just now hearing this news and my heart breaks for Brett and his son and family. I loved this guy, full of life and a smile and laugh that was contagious. I hope your flying high and having a blast in heaven brother. Say hi to AJ for us.. we love and miss you brother.. Keystone

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