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Born: Oct 15, 1950

Date of Passing: Apr 26, 2021

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October 15, 1950 - April 26, 2021

It is with profound sadness that the family of Randall Kenneth Palmer (Red) announce his sudden passing at the age of 70.
We take great comfort in knowing he is now reunited with his late wife Mary Martel, his sister Donna and his granddaughter Natasha Bunn-Palmer (Tash).
Cherished and missed dearly by his children, Ken (Steph), Tina, Michael (Tina), Tanya (Joe) and Trina. Proud grandfather of Charmaine, Amanda, Tyler, the late Natasha, Adam and Marshal. Great-grandfather of Callum and Chance.
Loved brother of Ronnie (Linda), the late Donna, Cheryl (Ron), Gary, Denice (Tony), Tracy (Jean), Derrick (Sue), Tommy (Bev), Koren (Ric and the late Randy).
Red will also be missed by many nieces and nephews, special nephew Gary Dean, as well as close friends: Fred, Andy, Sarah and Irvin.
In lieu of flowers, donations made in Red's memory would be appreciated by the family, to the Siloam Mission. Donations are accepted via e-transfer at the email address: To receive a tax receipt, please enter your mailing address in the message option or send an email to with your information.
Arrangements entrusted to Eternal Grace Funerals.

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on May 04, 2021

Condolences & Memories (5 entries)

  • Words completely escape me right now. Tina, my heart is devastatingly broken not just for your entire family but for the loss of your dad also.  He was such a good man, with a good heart, great smile and funny as all hell.  I can still hear his laugh even now as I sit and picture him with a beer in his hand and a twinkle in his eye. I fondly remember him as a child but my favourite memories were as an adult, sitting for hours listening to all his stories of "back in the days", they were always filled with such details that had me so captivated and laughing or shocked in disbelief. Either way, he always made me feel welcomed and for that I'm eternally grateful. I'm privileged to have been able to know him and spend time with him. My deepest condolences to the entire family. All my love to you all. May you be at peace Red ❤. And Heaven better be on the lookout... there's one Rowdy Angel on his way up! - Posted by: Krysia St Jules (Best Friend of Daughter Tina and Friend of Family ) on: May 07, 2021

  • My deepest condolences go out to his family .. cant say enough to help you all thru the rough times. Can only say that even though the grieving process goes on for some time find comfort in knowing that he is at peace and his love for you will guide you through you all and forver in my heart ❤❤❤❤ - Posted by: Tracy (Sister to randy and Aunt to his kids) on: May 05, 2021

  • My deepest condolences going out to Randy's beautiful family. He will be deeply missed by so many leaving each of us with our own memories. I know growing up we had some great times being kids and for the life of me cannot remember. I do remember when I was about 5 or 6 Randy and our cousin Rudy thought it would be funny to tar me. Dumb me just say there and let them do it only trouble with that was I had to go to hospital to get it off. I know that I didn't laugh when they did it but now I get a laugh out of telling everyone they tried to tar and feather me lol. Randy even though we never talked or kept in touch I always thought of you and always asked Donna how you were doing. Now my memories of you and thinking of you flying high with the Angels. Till we meet again big brother fly high and keep your stories going. Love you big brother ❤️❤️ - Posted by: Denice LeClair (Brother) on: May 04, 2021

  • Fly high with all of our loved ones Bro. Your love for all your family truly showed. You always had a story or memory to share. Those will be forever missed. R.I.P brother. Love your baby sis. ❤ - Posted by: Koren (Brother ) on: May 04, 2021

  • RANDY was not only my brother but my friend and confidant .. he was there for me in bad times and good. His memories of all of us growing up were amazing. Was always so happy and carefree. He enjoyed company and his beer but was never one to argue. The jokes always were amazing. Most of all he admired and loved his kids with all his heart. He had never left them out in conversation with others. As I sit here and think of all the great times we had together it is difficult not to shed tears as I know those times are gone now. He has joined family in heaven. GONE BUT NEVER WILL BE FORGOTTEN .. R.I.P. brother will miss you and love you forever in my heart ... - Posted by: Tracy Ferragini (His sister) on: May 04, 2021

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