Louis Charles Randall, age 57, had many health issues and passed away peacefully, joining the “Creator” and his “spiritual family” on Nov. 6, 2021, at his residence in Cut Bank, Mont. Services will take place on Nov. 19, at 2 p.m., at the Glacier Homes Community Center in Browning.
Charles was born in Browning, Mont., to Ina Rose Randall Wheeler (Peggy). Charles, aka Charlie Brown, was always a fun-loving soul and he loved being outdoors as the outdoors was his playground. As a child he often had to be told it was time to come in, if we never called he would play out all night.
Charles made friends easily, his favorites were sister, Lanie, Brian Nesbit, Bobby Jacobson, Chacho Reevis and many more we can’t remember.
He loved hiking, fishing, swimming and spending time with family. Louis received his education in Cut Bank and Browning, Mont., and Greely, Colo., later getting his GED.
Louis was employed by several businesses, Heavy Runner Chevron, Browning; Wash-Way Car Wash in California; Ford Motor Company, Greely; Norman Fugle Welding Oilfield Construction LLC, Cut Bank, Town Pump Exxon, Cut Bank. He was a certified mechanic known as “Louie the Wrench.”
Louis is survived by Laurie (Lanie) E. Randall (Ron White Plume), sister; MaryAnn Denny (Jared), cousin; Wilma Vieira (Justin), niece; Kelly (Kelrae) Hoyt, niece; Veronica R. Hoyt (Hyrum Woodward), niece; Brandon and McKenzie Hoyt, nephew and niece; Earnest Heavy Runner, uncle; Connie Sue Oakes (Rand Coburn) aunt; Benjamin Heavy Runner (Mary), uncle; Iva R. (Missy) Johnson (Jimmy), cousin; Angel (Gabe) Brouard, cousin; Lisa Colden, cousin; Lynell W. Littlefeild, cousin; Casey M. Randall, daughter; and three grandchildren.
He was preceded in rest by his mother, Ina Rae (Peggy) Wheeler; Kenneth M. Wheeler (stepfather); Alexander J.J. Hoyt (nephew); Douglas V. Jensen (cousin); Louie and Florence Randall (grandparents); Ira Jensen, Richard Jensen Jr., Roger Jensen, all cousins; Richard and Angeline Jensen (aunt and uncle); Joseph (Joe Sticks) Heavy Runner (grandfather); Dewey A. Heavy Runner (uncle); Antonia (Toni) Wheeler (stepsister); Stephen M. Wheeler (stepbrother); Mark and Venna Harwood (step-grandparents); numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Louis, you’ll be greatly missed. Have a safe journey home.