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Randy William Guegel

Randy William Guegel

Randy William Guegel unexpectedly entered God's kingdom on February 18, 2018 after suffering a massive heart attack, in Butte, MT where he was visiting family. He was born August 31, 1959 to William and Virginia (Franks)Guegel in Park Rapids. He attended school in Park Rapids and was an avid golfer. He attended college at Minnesota State University in Moorhead on a golf scholarship. He graduated with a bachelor's degree in business. Randy and his dad were best friends and spent many hours hunting, fishing and golfing in Park Rapids. After college he moved to Billings, MT where he would meet his future wife, Rose (Scott) Guegel. Spokane, was Randy's home for the past 27 years where Rose and Randy built their home 1992 and were married in 1993. They have two beautiful daughters: Shawnee (Guegel) Jones, born in 1995,and Shalyn Guegel born in 1998. They were his pride & joy. He spent countless hours volunteering at their school and was a well-respected member of his community. Randy worked as a salesman for Sweetheart/Solo Cup Co. for over 20 years after which he began working from home as a day trader. He was heavily involved in his Masonic community as a 32* KCCH, Worshipful Master of Lodge 210, & a Past Assoc. Guardian of Job's Daughters, Bethel 44. He was a Mason's Mason. Unsurpassed was his commitment to his family, his faith, Freemasonry, Scottish Rite & Job's Daughters. Randy was always caring & giving to everyone he met. His family & friends were very important to him. He had the brightest smile, the best dance moves & the spirit to match. Randy is preceded in death by maternal & paternal grandparents. He is survived by his wife, Rose; his daughters Shawnee (Cory Jones) & Shalyn; his parents William & Virginia; sisters - Debbie (Mike) Proudfoot, & Lori (Randy) Griess; nieces, nephews, & other family. A memorial service for Randy was held Monday February 26th at the Opportunity Christian Church in Spokane Valley. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Job's Daughters Bethel 44 and/or Early Life Speech & Language - both of which were very dear to him. Donations can be mailed to 506 W. 2nd Ave. Spokane, WA 99201