Milo A Randall
Born: 3/21/1938, Francis, Utah
Milo was born on March 21, 1938 to Loraine and Elaine Randall in Francis Utah. Milo served our great nation for 2 years in the Navy aboard an aircraft carrier USS Kearsarge. After his service he met and later married the love of his life Coleen Dalton on February 14, 1959. He spent 30 plus years in the mining industry most of which was in the Moab area in the uranium mines. After mining played out in the early 80’s Milo worked at the Moab golf course, a job he truly loved.
Milo loved sports, and bowled for numerous years in leagues and tournaments all over. The outdoors was another love, from fishing to golf, to finding the perfect rock. Most of all he loved his family and supporting his kids and grandkids in all their sporting events from little league through high school and even as adults if they were playing, Milo and Coleen were in the stands. He loved his Denver Broncos and Utah Jazz, and never missed a game on TV.
He loved the extended family picnics and campouts. In the younger days it was a family softball game, and later, countless hours of horse shoes with lots of Olympia beer.
Milo is survived by his wife of 61 years Coleen Randall, 3 children Milo A “Mike” (Sabrina) Randall Jr., Teresa L (Larry) McElhaney, and Keith O (Jeffery) Randall; 2 brothers Ellis and Donald Randall. Numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; sister Vernita Dull; brothers Bob, Royce and Gilbert Randall; granddaughter Amanda Johnson and a great-granddaughter Chloe Sims.
Milo was an amazing man and will be missed dearly.
A Funeral Service will be held Monday July 6, 2020 at 11:00 am at the Spanish Valley Mortuary. Burial with military rites will follow the service at the Sunset Memorial Garden Cemetery.
Tributes:A great man has passed. I always enjoyed my conversations with Milo. He always seemed to have a twinkle in his eye. He loved his family and I could see that in the way he would talk about his kids.
- Ken BallantyneMy deepest sympathies go out to Uncle Milo and his family. May God give you the peace that you seek. I offer you my thoughts, prayers and well-wishes during this dark time. Love your Wyoming family, Stacy (Bert's granddaughter)
- Stacy (Bert's granddaughter)I'm so sad to hear of his passing. I always looked up to him growing up. I know he and Coleen were always so good to come and visit my mom and dad.....Uncle Willis and Aunt Eva. I pray that the family will find peace and comfort at this time.
- Sue Brandon
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