Randy Davidson passed away at the SEICC on August 23, 2017 surrounded by his family.
Randy was born on July 27, 1954 at Oxbow, Sask. to his parents Sandy and Ruth (Cederholm) Davidson. Until the age of 16 he lived on the farm ten miles south of Oxbow, when the family moved to Oxbow.
Growing up, Randy played ball, hockey, volleyball and curled. He was a member of the Bow Valley Air Cadets and a drill instructor in both Oxbow and Moosomin. Randy was very active in the ball community as a player, coach, umpire, manager and spectator. When ball season came he was devoted 100 percent. He was a dedicated Kinsman, Legion member and sat on several boards including the Swimming Pool Repair Committee and boards for Bethel United Church.
In 1979 he married Barb Amos of Oxbow and has since resided in Moosomin. His life revolved around his family and his work. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather and a great boss to his employees at Davidson’s Financial Services. His clients were his extended family.
Randy is survived by his wife Barb; children Miranda (Matthew Field), Melissa, Colby (Katelin MacPherson), and Kendra (Shane Blowatt); grandchildren Eden and Kieran Field and Aubrie and Olivia Blowatt; sisters Donna Fornwald, Sharon Hayward-McCallum (John), Cindy Mellom, his brother-in-law Wayne Amos (Lori Erhardt) and many nieces and nephews.
Randy is predeceased by his parents Sandy and Ruth Davidson, his in-laws Ken and Maxine Amos and his brothers-in-law Ricky Hayward, Jim Fornwald and Randy Mellom.
A celebration of life was held at Green Acres Ball Park in Fleming, Sask. on August 29, 2017. Memorial tributes may be made to the Moosomin Branch of The Royal Canadian Legion.
Interment has taken place at the Oxbow Cemetery.
The family wishes to express gratitude to Dr. Mercia and all the doctors and nurses at the SEICC and the home care nurses who lovingly cared for Randy. Thank you to all our family and friends for the hugs, love, support and to those who sent cards, flowers, food and condolences. A special thanks to Jim from Carscadden Funeral Chapel.
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