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Randy Preston

Randy Lee Preston

Tuesday, July 6th, 1954 - Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019
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Randy Lee Preston born 07/06/1954 passed away at his temporary home in Virginia on September 3, 2019.

Randy was born in Torrington, Wyoming. He graduated from Greybull High School in 1972. He was a Brand Inspector for several years before going to work in the Oil Fields. In later years he worked for Wal-Mart and Coulter Car Care. Randy was the best guy you could ever know; was a quick wit and it was hard to ever get one up on him. He was the best husband, dad and grandpa that anyone could ever want.

He is preceded in death by his parents Elden and Nancy Preston, and one brother Doug. He is survived by his wife of 31 years Becky; brother Clint Preston of WY; sister Dolores Daul of WY; Son Jason Preston of SC; Daughter Leanna (David) Griffin of MO; Stepchildren Robert (Angie) DeWolf of AZ; Cliff (Sandrine) DeWolf of Virginia, and grandkids Justice Preston of MS; Tieryn Preston of MO; Henry Griffin of MO; Tyler DeWolf and Alyssa DeWolf of AZ; and several nieces and nephews.

Words can’t express how much he will be missed by everyone who ever knew him. A memorial service will held in the summer of 2020 when we bring him home to Wyoming, the place he loved.

Please sign the guestbook at www.bakerpostfh.com.
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Alfred Anderson

Posted at 02:14pm
Hello to the family of Randy,
Sorry to see Randy's OB in the local paper here in his home town of Greybull,Wy. Haven't seen him for a fews years but I see he was still at home having beer around. he was always big smile to go with his signature mustache. Have fond memories of the old days.
Go in peace my friend. Alfred Anderson

Anton Lehman

Posted at 11:34am
Becky sorry for your loss. Always enjoyed seeing and talking to. Randy and now remembering the team penning and other times we rode together.
Tony Lehman
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Cliff DeWolf

Posted at 09:05am
Randy,
Even though you were technically my step dad you have always been a father to me. You have been in my life for 30 years and have taught me so much. You never missed any activity or game that any of us kids were in and were our biggest supporter. The fact that you could deal with me and my crazy antics or any of us for that matter says a lot about your character, will and determination. You have welcomed Sandrine into our family with arms wide open and loved her like a daughter and always treated her with kindness and love. You have made a mark on her life as well and you will always be in her heart. She can still hear you call her “Hey Darling”. You had the biggest heart and you are loved by so many of us . I wish that we could all see you one last time. I will cherish every memory I have of you, whether it’s taking stupid Paco up the mountain as a pack horse, cheering me on from the sidelines or sending clown pictures to me. You were a great man who could teach anyone how to be a great man, father or just a person in general. You were a great friend and father, also a great husband to my mother. You were loved by all and will be missed everyday forever.
Cliff & Sandrine
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John Sides

Posted at 09:28pm
Becky,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed being around Randy. He was definitely one of the good ones

Tieryn Preston

Posted at 10:40am
I have been dreading doing this because it still does not seem real. I keep waiting for the phone to ring. I hated talking on the phone but I wish with all of me for it to ring now. Thank you grandpa for sharing the same humor with me and always being there no matter what. You were truly the best. You loved us grandkids so much, even if we did not answer the phone all the time. I miss you.
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