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Randy Ray Worster passed away at home on November 6, 2022, but his life continues on through the family and friends he poured into.
Randy was born February 7, 1980 and grew up in Maine with a love for the outdoors and tinkering on projects. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Unity College in Unity, Maine, and soon after found the life of adventure he’d been born for in Jackson, Wyoming.
During the winter of 2005-2006, Randy rescued a girl from a broken-down snowmobile in the mountains near Bondurant and discovered his soulmate in Amy who loved adventure as much as he did. They were married on that same mountain on September 3, 2011. On January 7, 2018, they added a new level of adventure to their lives with the birth of their son, Jack Ray.
Randy will be remembered always for his love of life and the way he was always ready for a new adventure. He loved to explore, to learn, and to experience new things. He was most comfortable out in the mountains during the kind of weather that sent others running indoors, living life with every ounce of his being.
Randy’s thirst for knowledge and of sharing that knowledge made him a lifelong student and a patient teacher. He loved to laugh and crack jokes and rarely was caught without a smile. He was so proud of his little family and never missed an opportunity to be in a photo with those he loved.
Randy was an available and present and patient father and husband, and loved being able to adventure with Amy and Jack. He would often spend a great deal of time preparing for those escapes so he could ensure they had the best experience possible.
Randy lives on through his wife Amy and son Jack, through his parents Danny and Tammy Worster, his brother Barry (Joanie) Worster and nephew Aaren, his grandfather Jim Kennedy, his mother-in-law Peggy DeCarolis, sister-in-law Mindy DeCarolis, brother-in-law Kevin DeCarolis (Lisa) and nephew and niece Kameron and Kenley DeCarolis and numerous aunts, uncles, and friends.
Please contact the family for service details.
In lieu of flowers, monetary donations towards Jack’s scholarship fund can be made through the Bank of Star Valley to the Randy Worster Memorial Fund.