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Randall David Ayrton, age 42, left this earth unexpectedly on March 23, 2023, at his home in West Valley, Utah.
Born on August 5, 1980, to David and Joyce Ayrton in Morgan, Utah, Uncle Randy was beloved by his family, including his siblings: JoAnn (Todd) Lane, April (Rob) Fausett, Michelle (Tom) Parr, Kyle (Jennifer) Ayrton, and especially his 15 nieces and nephews. Each has a love for him. Randy also leaves behind his fiancé, Melissa Millet. Thank you for loving him as much as we do!
Randy graduated from Morgan High School. He became proficient in the world of automobile repair and service and decided to make it his career.
Employers of note were Burt Brothers Tire and Service and most recently Mark Miller Toyota where he was a Service Advisor. We’re grateful for the support and meaningful relationships created through his career.
Randy was always helping those around him and many of our family members went to him with our transportation woes. We all laughed when the quote, no matter the issue, was the standard, “That’ll be about $800”–be it for tires, or engine troubles. We were happy to pay and have him keep us on the road.
Randy’s family nickname is Moose, a fitting one because he was a giant of a man, yet also quiet and reserved. He had an endearing demeanor, a happy nature and gave heartfelt hugs that will be sorely missed. We know he has been enthusiastically welcomed on the other side of the veil by his grandparents, Franklin and Virginia Ayrton and Victor and Lola Bird.
We miss you Moose!
A memorial marker will be placed at the Salt Lake City Cemetery, right next to his grandparents.
An open house celebration of Randy’s life will be held Sunday April 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. “The Kaysville Space” at 16 South Main Street, Kaysville, UT.
Everyone is welcome!
Sunday, April 16, 2023
4:00 - 6:00pm (Mountain time)
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