Hamilton Harron Funeral Home

5390 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC


Randy Warren Woodward

July 25, 1959June 10, 2020

Randy, aka “Woody”, is survived by his 3 daughters Karley, Kayla, Kelsey, along with their mother Dayle; his sisters Darleen, Marleen, Annette, and his brothers, Garnet and Trevor. He is predeceased by both his parents, Henry and Irene, with 3 of his brothers, Glen, Fred and Gordie. May they all Rest In Peace.

Those we love, don't go away, They walk beside us everyday, Unseen, Unheard, But always near, Still loved, still missed, and very dear.

**Unfortunately, due to Covid-19, Randy’s celebration of life will be restricted to invitation only to ensure social distancing.


  • Visitation

    Monday, July 6, 2020


Randy Warren Woodward

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Ron Epp

July 4, 2020

You’re in our thoughts at this sad time, Dayle, Kayla, Kelsey, and Karley. Rest In Peace Randy.

Ron, Judith, and Mary Epp.

Don Hillier

July 3, 2020

Many good times with Randy and Dayle going back to the Boy’s Club days. Life seemed simpler back then when all you had to worry about was getting someone to buy your beer. Enjoyed the parties together and the poker games till it was light outside. Still remember you throwing the softball past me in a friendly game. RIP my old friend, you are remembered and missed by many. My condolences to Randy’s family.

Rob Cruly

July 3, 2020

Randy and I go back to our Football and Boys Club days playing on an awesome floor hockey team that went undefeated. He was a great friend back in our younger days. Leading into our fastball teams with Randy as our pitcher, win, or lose he gave it his all.
Randy definitely had lots of friends through his baseball days, we lost touch in our later years and it was a shock to hear of his passing. My condolences go out to his whole family and his three daughters.

Larry Trentham

July 3, 2020

Sorry to hear that he left us had many good times with him on the ball fields May he Rest In Peace

Bob Lloyd

July 3, 2020

Woody was a great guy who will be missed by the many friends he had through life and the many he had from baseball. He was in his happy place on the mound striking out batters then talking about it having a beer after the game. He was a loyal friend who will be missed and remembered forever. RIP #00