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Randall Lee Lacy

February 25, 1959 - October 28, 2017

Randall Lee Lacy of Salem, OR passed away in his home on October 28th, 2017 after a valiant fight with prostate cancer. He was born on February 25th, 1959 in Moscow, ID. He lived most of his life in Pullman and surrounding areas before moving to Salem with his high school sweetheart and wife, Kimberly Lacy.

Randy graduated from Wenatchee High School in 1977. After which he worked with his brother Ron at Lacy Construction for many years.
Randy is survived by his loving wife, Kimberly; his three children, Harmoney, Elizabeth (Edward), and Logen; two grandkids, Miakoda and “W.P.” Randall. He is also survived by his Mother Barbara, Father Lawrence (Betty); and siblings, Chris (Matt), Ron (Laura), Laura, and Tammy (Ron); as well as step siblings; David, Kenny, Theresa, and Lynn; along with countess extended family.

Randy was an avid hunter who had a love of kites, the beach and building Lego’s with his Grandkids. He was an incredible wood craftsmen and photographer.

Services will be held in the “N” room at Roth’s Events Center, 1130 Wallace Rd NW, Salem, OR 97302, on November 18, 2017 at 2pm.  Assisting is Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service.


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Will miss all the help and knowledge that he shared on my wood crafts and scroll saw. He was such a patient, kind and loving family man. Love, hugs and prayers to all of his family.

Harmmoney,,so sorry to hear of your loss. We know that when one of our family member hurt, all the family hurts.  Especially when a family member is lost.  We want you to know that we will be praying for you and your family. May God comfort you and all your family and guide you through this difficult time.. May you have a safe journey home.. Love, Harvey and Vicki

I remember him as my brother in-law  , he taught me a lot of things like how to hold a camera and take a good pic of the ocean and the sunset and what sea puppys was as coming from Wichita ks we don't get them here. he taught me how to not worry about the big stuff and how to have a good time as I got to know my sister more in 2008  is when I saw him and my sis for the first time . I well always remember this thank you for your kindness R I P. RANDY LACY youll be missed    by the tony and katrina wilson

Randy was one of my best friends ever.  I cannot think of any better words to tell you of how much I loved this Brother, except to tell you that he never let me down, and that I will think of him always.  Everyone should have a friend like that which I had with Randy.  Ever since I met Randy, years ago, at our work,  we took our first ride on our Harley's together, I knew right then he would be a friend of mine for Life.  When Kimberly, Phyllis, Randy and I rode our Harley's to the coast and spent that night at the Hotel, I knew then that I was blessed with a Friend that only comes around once in a Lifetime !  I could go on and on, but I will stop here !  Randy, you were one of a kind, God Bless,  I will see you again some day !

As you all know Randy was one of the finest friends anyone could ever have. I had the honor of having Randy as a fishing buddy for many years. My most memorable time was when we took a 12 foot Jon boat out on the Snake River in the early 80's. Randy always rode in front facing me and I would be in the rear running the outboard. Well ya might say we had the boat a bit overloaded between the two of us and we took a big wave over the bow. Water began to fill the boat quite rapidly and we knew we were going down. The look on Randy's face was priceless to say the least. I gunned the throttle trying to get as close to shore as possible. We got with 5 feet of the shore as the boat was headed to the bottom and Randy dove for the shore. Those were the days :). We laughed about that for years although at the time it wasn't that funny until we were both on shore. Of course after being on the shore and getting Randy's heart going again it's possible we died laughing. Rest in peace my fine friend! You were and are the real deal!