Randall Roslie

Randall Allen Roslie

Friday, March 26th, 1943 - Thursday, February 21st, 2019
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Randall “Randy” Allen Roslie of Puyallup, WA passed away on February 21st 2019 surrounded by the love of his family.
Born March 26th 1943 in Tacoma, WA to Martin and Ethel Roslie. Randy loved being a farmer, it was his life’s passion. You could always find Randy walking his property in Puyallup or on Anderson Island checking on his cattle, tinkering with his tractors, bottle feeding a new born calf or enjoying his other love, dancing. Randy was always up for some good country music and never missed an opportunity to hit the dance floor.
Randy looked at his friends as extended family. If you ever needed a hand, Randy was always ready and willing to help, weather it was cutting hay and getting it in before the rain, splitting firewood or even teaching some dancing at the Eagles.
Randy was a husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather and a great friend. You could feel the love Randy had for his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, his smile and bright blue eyes lit up the room when they came to visit. Randy is loved and will be missed by his family and his many friends.
Randy is preceded in death by his parents, wife and friend Dianna and brother Ramon. He is survived by his brother Robert, son Rodney, daughter Robyn, grandchildren Cameron, Ali, Rhiley and Joe and great-grandchildren Carson and Chanelle.
Randy’s final resting place will be alongside his parents in Parkland, WA.
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Sara Mossman, Michael Herkert and Elsy Jah

Posted at 12:10am
Thank you for the being someone who tended the land and people with such love and care. Keep on dancin!
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Susan J Carsten

Posted at 10:35pm
Happy Easter my love. This is the second one I won't be able to spend with you. Always in my heart. Love and miss you every day.
Until we are together again.

Sue Carsten

Posted at 10:16pm
Randy, as the holidays near, it seem so much harder not having you here by my side. You made my life so much better. My love for you will last a life time. Forever missing you.. Until we meet again. Love you always.

Sue Carsten

Posted at 06:48pm
Randy was the kindest man I have ever know. He always made everyone around him smile, including me. He was a true gentleman always. I never heard anyone say anything about him that wasn't positive. He was my love and my partner. I will forever be grateful for the time we shared. So many beautiful memories. We did everything together. I am just sorry we didn't have more time together. Forever in my heart. Save the last dance for me darlin. Thank you for all the love.

Raven O'Gillian

Posted at 11:52pm
Randy was the kind of man that even casual acquaintances counted themselves lucky to know. That said, I am profoundly blessed to have been the kind of friend that spent countless hours with Randy, sharing and talking. We shared the joys, the disappointments, the history, the dreams. I knew Randy for six years before Sue came into his life. He openly admitted he had hungered for real love his entire life and never found it...till Sue. Randy and Sue had what is known as 'Big Love'...the kind they write songs and poetry about. Most of us will live and die without ever experiencing that kind of love. But we know it when we see it. And everyone who ever saw Randy and Sue together knew instantly they were in the presence of such a 'forever kind of love'. There may be a lesson for all of us in a life well lived, like Randy's. Randy embraced and said yes to life even when it disappointed him. And at the end of the day, when most would assume the best was behind them, Life gave Randy its' most precious offering...true love. Randy Roslie is not gone. He's close at hand. He watches over those he cherishes. And he waits patiently. He's saving all his dances for Sue.

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