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Born: Apr 17, 1953

Date of Passing: Jan 02, 2022

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April 17, 1953 – January 2, 2022

It is with great sorrow that we announce the unexpected, but peaceful passing of Randy Scott, on Sunday, January 2, 2022, with his beloved wife Linda by his side, after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's Disease.
Randy is lovingly remembered by his wife Linda; son Merv (Michelle), grandchildren: Avery, Connor, Hunter and Sophie; daughter Lindsay Koslowsky (Jotham), grandchildren: Hannah, Noah and Kaleb; his mother Alice Fry; siblings, Lillian Bertholet (Marty), Boxer (Maureen), Geri Stansall, and Monica (Conrad); mother-in-law Violet Penno; sister-in-law Deborah Penno Bento; and many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.
Randy was predeceased by his father Mervin, father-in-law Clarence Penno, and brother-in-law Wayne Stansall.
The family would like to thank the nurses and health care staff on the third floor of Seven Oaks General Hospital for the kindness and care shown to Randy over the last four months.
Cremation has taken place and a private family service, by invitation, will be held on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 2:00 pm. The service will be livestreamed and may be watched at:

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 08, 2022

Condolences & Memories (5 entries)

  • Our condolences to Linda and her Family. Met Randy when I worked at Toms Transmission and got to play ball on his team, just an amazing pitcher and just as an amazing and friendly person. Everlasting Memories - Lawrence & Isabel Kruk - Posted by: Lawrence & Isabel Kruk ( Friend & teammate) on: Jan 23, 2022

  • Linda, Merv, Lindsay and families it is with great sadness that I learned of Randy's passing. My deepest condolences to you all. I was fortunate enough to play on a few teams with Randy throughout the years but my best memories come from our times together with Tom's Transmission. Along with Lanny, Tommie, Ronnie, Hank, Curt, Clif, Stevie and so many others it was weekend after weekend of fun both on and off the ball diamond. Randy was one of the best, a strong, powerful man that could pitch all day if necessary. For all those that knew him, played ball against him or was one of his teammates he was an outstanding ballplayer but he was even a better person. I was truly lucky to be able to call him friend, I know he will be missed by us all. Keep throwing strikes up there Scottie, save a spot on the team for the rest of us. - Posted by: Ralph Nespor (Old friend - Old teammate) on: Jan 11, 2022

  • Sorry to hear of your loss Linda and Merv...played ball against Randy for a few years..and he was a outstanding pitcher and sport.. Jim and Karen - Posted by: Jim nicholson (Friend) on: Jan 08, 2022

  • I first met Randy in 1988 when I applied to work for him. I learned a lot during my 3 summers of working with him and a lot of the qualities have stayed with me throughout my working career. I have remained friends over the years since but lost contact when he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Randy will always have a special place in my memories. Black coffee, “Dad” beer and Ford trucks are things that I still have a part of my life thanks to Randy. Linda, Merv and Lindsay you have my deepest condolences. Your loss is a loss for many that had the honour of knowing Randy. You are in my thoughts. - Posted by: Jason Perron (Friend (former employee)) on: Jan 08, 2022

  • Our sincere condolences for your loss Linda, Mervin, Lindsay, the Scott and Penno families. Fond memories of our baseball days, hunting in Hartney wiener roasts and casual get togethers will be cherished forever. Many blessings to all. - Posted by: Lou and Pam Sanche (Friend ) on: Jan 08, 2022

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