Randy Morin

Randy Morin

Randy Morin

Rest In Peace...
1946 - 2022

Spouse: Barbara







Randolph Leonard Morin

May 13, 1946 - Aug. 17, 2022

EDGERTON, KS - Randolph "Randy" Leonard Morin, 76, Edgerton, KS, passed away at his home on Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Memorial service at a future date. Memorial contributions may be made to Prairie Paws, Ottawa, Kansas or American Heart Association. Condolences may be left at www.brucefuneralhome.

Randy was born in Havre, MT, on May 13, 1946, to Leonard Francis and Florence Louise (Doney) Morin. He grew up in Montana. After graduating from CMR high school in 1966, Randy earned a Bachelor of Arts in sociology at the University of Montana in 1976. He worked as a roofer for 17 years for Quality Roofing in Great Falls, MT. Randy worked 22 years as a Furnace Operator at American Chemet, a copper recycling plant in Helena, MT. On December 28, 1969, Randolph married Barbara Ann Burch in Havre, MT. He was a member of Divine Mercy Catholic Church, Gardner, Kansas. Randy was a very talented Musician playing a variety of instruments, focusing on the guitar and violin He enjoyed writing poems and reading philosophy books. Randy was skilled at working on cars and remodeling homes. He lived in many places including Montana, Idaho, and Missouri before moving to Edgerton in 2015.

Randy was preceded in death by his parents and son-in-law, Vinny Jacobson. He is survived by his wife of the home; children: Scott (Heather) Morin, Edgerton, KS, Jorgia (Jason) Meggison, Blair, NE, and Kristi Jacobson, Woodland Park, CO; nine grandchildren: Nation, Zavier, Navarre and Zen Morin, Jaycie and Jake Meggison, Dominic, Kayla, Dagr Jacobson; and one great-grandchild Thayne Nation Morin.

Published by Helena Independent Record on Aug. 28, 2022.

2009 Update:

I grew up in Lewiston and was with the class that graduated in 1964 up till the 5th grade when I came down with Reumatic fever and had to stay in bed for 6 months so I had to retake the 5th grade even though I went to summer school in Moscow Idaho. The same thing happened to Wally Kelly who was in the same class. Even though I was kept back a grade I always associated and liked the people from the class of 1964 so I wanted to see them again since I hadn't seen them after My dad died in November 1962 of a heart attack and my mom moved us to Eastern Montana in January 1963. My mom remarried and we moved to GreatFalls Montana where I Graduated from high school.

I went to both the 1964 and 1965 reunions in Lewiston for the 40 year reunions. It was fun to see everybody and talk about old times,I really enjoyed myself and then I went to the class of 1966 reunion in Montana at their 40th it was all fun! I enjoyed traveling those 3 years too as we went up to Idaho and Montana from the midwest different ways each time in our R.V.s

2004 Reunion News:

Past highlights: Grandchildren, trip to Europe, Rome, Florence, Paris, and London.

Future Plans: Hopefully move to a warmer climate. Stay alive!!!

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