Randy Philip Wyatt

January 28, 1956 - December 20, 2019

Funeral Details: Sunday January 5, 2020 from 1:00 - 4:00 pm Tangle Creek Golf Course

Randy Philip Wyatt
January 28, 1956 - December 20, 2019

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Randy Wyatt on Friday, December 20th at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre in Barrie, ON.

Randy was an extremely proud and devoted father of Raymond Wyatt (Lauren Eckensweiler) and Rusty Wyatt (Danielle Sippley).

Predeceased by parents Irene Wynne and Jack Wyatt. Survived by siblings Lynda Pace (Don), Rick Wyatt (Natalie Cadeau), nephew Mark Major (Laurie), nieces Marcy Baldry, Siobhan-Murphy Wyatt and great nieces Hayley Baldry and Marinna Major.

Randy was fortunate to have so many friends and relatives that truly cared for him and will miss him dearly. Thank you to Leslie Wyatt, the incredible staff of Expert Piano Movers during this difficult time, our Six Mile Lake family and the Formula One Boat Racing Community for all your love and support.

Cremation has taken place.  Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, January 5, 2020 1PM - 4PM at Tangle Creek Golf & Country Club.

Donations to Seasons Centre for Grieving Children would be appreciated by the family.  https://www.grievingchildren.com/donate-now/

Lives are like rivers: eventually they go where they must.  Not where we want them to.

Peaceful Transition Simcoe


13 Condolences
  • Corynn Butler
    Posted on: Tuesday, December 24, 2019 Reply

    Randy was such a heart warming guy with a very joyful personality. He always welcomed me into his cottage with open arms and a cheerful personality. He cares a lot about his boys, and will be truly missed.
    To Ray and Rusty, stay strong I know your dad would want you to keep living life to the fullest and having fun.. if you ever need anything, I am here.

  • Arlene Fowler
    Posted on: Tuesday, December 24, 2019 Reply

    My condolences to all family and friends. Randy will definitely be missed by everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this very difficult time. You will be missed Randy! XOXO

  • Michelle McElhinney
    Posted on: Wednesday, December 25, 2019 Reply

    Thinking of your family during this difficult time. Hugs to all…
    With love Michelle

  • David Seabourn
    Posted on: Wednesday, December 25, 2019 Reply

    Randy had been a warm and caring friend since our early teens, if not before. He had an open and giving nature, a lot of fun to be around.
    I never heard a cross word or ever an angry moment.

    It is hard to imagine him no longer with us but I will cherish all the time I did have the pleasure and opportunity to be with him.

    Condolences to all his Family and the huge circle of Friends he had.

  • The Kuess Family
    Posted on: Wednesday, December 25, 2019 Reply

    Our deepest condolences to Leslie, Ray, Rusty and your families ❤️ Randy was a special guy and will be dearly missed ❤️ Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Sincerely Mark, Jenn and the boys (PS: Rusty, 2020 is going to be your year.. Go grab a few more F1 wins for your Dad❤️ He will definitely be watching!!!

  • Bruce Hall
    Posted on: Wednesday, December 25, 2019 Reply

    Lost track of Randy since Rosethorn! We were just talking about him a few weeks ago. The reason we should keep in contact with each other!
    RIP Rosethorn Alum!

  • Pauline Garrard
    Posted on: Wednesday, December 25, 2019 Reply

    Sending condolences to the entire family who we know will greatly miss Randy. He was our friend since we were all teens and we share many happy times with our families. He is gone but never forgotten by so many. His legacy lives on in Rusty and Ray who were his everything. Dwell not on the fact that he is gone, but on the fact that he lived his life on his own terms. RIP Randolph ❤️

  • Gord Logan
    Posted on: Saturday, December 28, 2019 Reply

    Randy has been a good friend for over 50 years. We met at Six Mile Lake and have many great memories! ❤️ A great guy and remembering all those parties Six Mile was known for. “Randolph”, you will be missed! Nancy and I send our condolences to all of the family. RIP my friend

  • Erik Kihlanki
    Posted on: Wednesday, January 1, 2020 Reply

    To All Family, I Wish all My Heart ❤️, never ever to have to say, goodbye, without a Sixmile Salute! As all will, recall, see you tomorrow! To All Friends, Keep the Checker Flag to always , Live & Enjoy Being Privileged to say, I am Randy’s Family & Friends (different Mother)

  • Keith Lee-Whiting
    Posted on: Thursday, January 2, 2020 Reply

    I knew Randy for more years that he or I would be prepared to count. If there ever was a decent guy, this was he. I lost track of him in the last few years but we used to get together for lunches and would alternate the bill but toss a coin for the Beer. My practice of law as litigation was useful to collect some of Expert’s unpaid bills and there were many adventures. His moving pianos was useful whenever to me when I needed to move offices. Humor was the order of the day. There was the time when we all were stuck in the truck while freezing rain prevented us from moving so we all sat there outside my new location for a while. Randy said, “Relax, it could be worse. The paper could catch fire in here or we could have gotten the wrong address,”
    In the next life, I want him as my dad. Sleep well my friend.

  • Erik Kihlanki
    Posted on: Friday, January 3, 2020 Reply

    I have to say, we have lost a Dear Brother, My Pal. Every Person Says, & repeat, Randy, you’re gonna be missed, To All Family, My Condolences, Erik 6 Mile ❤️

  • Howie Hoffman
    Posted on: Saturday, January 4, 2020 Reply

    I didn’t know Randy well – we were neighbors at different ends of our little community, so our interactions were brief. However, I know that he would be there to help with without hesitation – like the time he heard that I needed help moving a piano from a trailer to our villa and proved his muscle and expertise to do so. We also shared a love of motorcycles, boats, and sports cars and had several mailbox chats about our vehicles. My regret is that our paths didn’t converge sooner.

  • Dale Forsberg
    Posted on: Sunday, January 5, 2020 Reply

    I am sad to hear of Randy’s passing . I knew him from the time he was around ten years old . My family built the cottage next to Jack and Irene. We spent our summers at Six Mike, playing , waterskiing , and racing boats in the Regattas. When our dad passed away and Gladys decided to sell our cottage, we were so pleased that Randy bought it. Susan and I made a trip to the lake about 18 years ago and spent a day there. Randy was a gracious host for the day and loaned us his jet ski. Since then I followed him on Facebook and was excited to see news of the boat races and Rusty’s success.
    My heart goes out to all of his family. Peace be with you and may God bless you. Dale

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