Randall, Brian Ervin
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Brian Ervin Randall on August 02, 2014 in Campbell River, BC. Brian was born in Comox, BC on June 25, 1951.
Born and raised in the Comox Valley, he never left. In 1985 Brian married Nancy Walowina and had 2 daughters Kasey and Lara.
Brian started his career as a logger (faller) until a back injury made him change careers. He then became a wood sculptor then finally a metal sculptor. He was a well know sculptor in the Comox Valley with many of his art pieces displayed around town.
His passions in life were his Harley. He loved nothing more than going for a ride or sculpting; he had a great appreciation for nature and the outdoors. His trip to Alaska was a voyage he made by himself and it meant the world to him. This is something he had always wanted to do, and he finally took the time to do it.
Predeceased by his parents Ervin and Bertha; sister Kathaleen Johnson, half-brother Bernie Randall, and nephew Graydon Eugene Jackson.
Lovingly survived by his daughters Kasey (John) Rage and Lara Randall; grandchildren: Arlen Izak Rage; sisters: Karen (Graydon) Jackson and Debra (David) Chaba; nephews: Shaun (Jody) Chaba, Christopher (Karen) Chaba, and Billy Moody; and niece: Lisa Moody.
A Celebration of Brian’s life will be on Saturday, September 20th at the Fallen Alder’s Community Hall 3595 Royston Road, Cumberland. Celebration to start at 6:30 pm. Tribute at 7:00 pm. Followed by Pot Luck Appetizer’s.