Lorelle Rose “Lori” Randall 62

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Lorelle Rose “Lori” Randall was born September 29, 1956 in Baker, to Chan and Nellie Randall. She went home with them to form a family unit of six children.

On the afternoon of July 13, 2019, in Mesa, AZ, she left that same family unit and once again went home with Chan and Nellie Randall.

Lori was born and raised in Baker. As the youngest child, she was doted on by her five brothers and sisters, and spoiled rotten by both of her parents! She was our “Little Lambie.” Her Elementary years were spent in Baker. She was a “Daddy’s Girl” her whole life.

She graduated High School in Terry in 1974 and attended college in Great Falls. She graduated as a Certified Dental Assistant and worked as one until she moved to Altamont, Utah in 1979 and began working for Shell Oil as a gauger. She loved her job and all the people she worked with. She worked four years in the Altamont Field.

Lori accepted a transfer to Long Beach, CA when Shell Oil sold. She bought a home in Mesa, AZ flew back and forth to Long Beach, and worked “off shore” on an Oil Platform. This began her career and “actual education”. Lori was one of the first women to do this. She spent 24 more years working with Shell Oil Company from December 1984 to March, 2007.

Lori retired and went back to school and graduated as a Certified Medical Assistant. She was most proud of this accomplishment...on her own! She landed her first job at an Arthritis/Rheumatology Clinic in Mesa. Within a month she was the Office Manager...she could do it all. She worked hard for the practice to be successful. She adopted the doctor and his family as her own and the patients were her social life. She loved what she did! She was of quick wit and a ready smile. She had a big heart. She encouraged them. They were grateful for having known her. They could count on her. She ran the place. She will be missed by many.

Lori was the youngest among “us” and the first to leave “us”, this unit of six is now five.

Big Brothers and sisters-in-law are: Calvin and Eileen Randall, and Craig and Rebecca Randall, of Gillette, WY. Big sisters and one brother-in-law are: Nancy Wager, of Duchesne, UT; Rebecca and Don Crippen, of Belt; and Jackie Randall, of Kemmerer, WY. Lori was blessed with many nieces and nephews and we all know Jessie Wilcox was her favorite. She loved and advised them all, whether they liked it or not.

She was blessed to still have one uncle, Harold Pratt, of Baker, and one aunt, Jean Hanson, of Rock Springs, Wyoming. Life and circumstances kept her out of touch, but they were always in her heart.

Lori Darlin’, we, your family, “Celebrate Your Uniqueness!” May God Bless you and give you some peace and happiness, which somehow seemed to evade you here on earth. In Jesus Name, Amen.

A family graveside service will be held at the Mount Pisgah Cemetery, in Gillette, WY on September 29, 2019, Lori’s birthday.

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