Randy passed away on April 22, 2005 at 21 months old in the University Hospital in Edmonton, Alta.
Randy Cranna Studley was born July 24, 2003 in Dawson Creek. He was the first son for Vicki Fulton and Arthur Studley. Randy ruled the household by the time he was three days old. He never crawled, he didn’t have to. He walked at the age of 11 months and ran for the rest of his wee life.
Randy co-piloted the tractor by the time he was nine months old and rode horses from the time he was two months, fed his pigs with his own bucket, helped build fences, packed firewood and shared his food with his dogs as he figured he was part of the pack. He loved his tub. No one could shower or bathe without him, even if it meant he would do it three or four times a day. He was a generous, loving, cute,, happy, playful, laughing, angelic little boy. He loved his hugs and kisses given to him by everyone who met him. He flirted outrageously with his wonderful eyes at women or men, he wasn’t particular.
Randy is survived by his loving parents Vicki Fulton and Art Studley, his doting sisters, Artaysha, Brandy (Skye), Krista, Danielle, Brianne Studley and Amanda Fulton, niece Kaydence Grey, grandparents Vic and Judy Fulton (Quesnel), Joyce and Wayne Studley (Dawson Creek), great grandparents Bud and Jean Studley (Dawson Creek), uncles and aunts Sam and Carla Fulton, Dan and Carrie-Anne Fulton, Scott and Kyla Fulton (Quesnel), and an abundance of great aunts and uncles and cousins.
A funeral service was held at Bergeron Funeral Chapel in Dawson Creek on April 27, 2005, officiated by Peggy Bergeron. Interment followed in the Mountain View Cemetery in Sunrise Valley, B.C.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Bergeron Funeral Services & Crematorium Ltd., Dawson Creek, B.C.