Randy Trailer
Randy Trailer

Obituary of Randy R. Trailer

Please click on the link below to watch video tribute: http://videos.lifetributes.com/?id=5176 Randy R. Trailer passed away October 1, 2006. Randy was born April 23, 1954 in Pittsburg, CA where he was raised and graduated from Antioch High School in 1972. Shortly thereafter he moved to Truckee, CA to work in the Ambulance Service business with his father. While living in Truckee he met and married Sherry Hill on March 25, 1978. In March of 1980 Randy moved his family to Washington state. Living in Sequim, Fircrest and finally settling in Gig Harbor, WA for the last 16 years. Randy graduated and received his AA degree as a Registered Respiratory Therapist in 1989 from Tacoma Community College. Randy worked in Tacoma, Port Townsend and Bremerton as a Respiratory Therapist for 17 years. Randy’s favorite pass time was riding 4-wheelers with his family. Randy is survived by his wife, Sherry of 28 ½ years; sons, Aaron and Bryce; daughter, Erika, and husband, Todd, and 2 grandchildren, all of Gig Harbor. Mother-in-Law, Deanne Hill of Sequim; Brother-in-Law, Roy Hill & Family of Quilcene. His father, Reuben Trailer of Bozeman, MT; two sisters, Charlotte Curtis of Sacramento, CA, Harriet Russo of Brentwood, CA and many wonderful friends. Randy was preceded in death by his mother and younger brother. Randy loved his family very much and will be greatly missed. Graveside service to be held 1:00 PM Friday, October 6, 2006 at Vaughn Bay Cemetery. THE CEMETERY DOES NOT HAVE AN ADDRESS IT'S CROSS STREET IS 100TH KPN and 186th, Vaughn, WA. We suggest that you mapquest the closest house address which is 9712 186th Avenue Kp N, Vaughn, WA 98394. You will see the cemetery sign at that address. Arrangements by Edwards Memorial Center 253-566-1008.
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