Randy "Freaker" Lee Sweningson, 62 of Winona, died Monday, June 4, 2018 at his home with his daughters by his side.
Randy was born October 5, 1955 in Rochester to Orvin and Doris (Hoppe). He graduated from Lewiston High School and attended Southeast Technical College for autobody. Randy worked as an autobody mechanic throughout his life, eventually owning his own shop - Personal Touch Autobody. Randy married Linda Luthy and welcomed her children into his life with open arms. Randy and Linda later divorced.
Randy enjoyed fishing, playing pool, riding gas powered bikes, playing on the iPad with his grandchildren and letting his granddaughters paint his nails.
He is survived by his parents, Orvin and Doris; children, Slyvia Chapman, Jason Garfield, Jessica (Ryan) Przybylski and Brandi (Ryan) Trautman; grandchildren, Katie (Matt), William, Codi, Jayden, Jaycob, Lilli, Jayms, Taylor, Skylor, Jinnah, Nevaeh, Abbi, Xzvia, Corbin, Noah, Kaylee and Brianna; brothers, Rick (Patty), Roger (Leslie), Ron (Dawn) and Jeff (Jackie); sisters, Janice (Mike) and Julie (Tim); and many nieces and nephews.
Freaker's party will be 3-7 p.m., Friday, June 8, 2018 at Holzinger Lodge. Hoff Celebration of Life Center - Goodview is assisting the family with arrangments.
My thought and prayers to Randy's family. As a friend of Randy's parents (Doris and Orvin), I have heard so many stories about Randy and his brothers and sisters. Blessings to all in this time of loss. Sandra Grenell
Condolences to everyone remember going to mission queen was a Good time surprised always was a very good friend in school timed passes too fast
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of Randy. My husband used to work with Randy at Wagnild Chevrolet. Sincerely, Bob and Belinda Anderson
I say! How dare you! How dare you leave us! But I find comfort that you will be in Heaven to great me. I will miss your Randy voice, Oh it was a deep one! I will miss your hugs and most of all Randy I will just plain miss you!
Job 14. 13-15 a man can live again
Some things never forget about Randy is softball games with neighbors. I thinking he was the home run king as he would send the ball over the grainery the most.
Never forget time fishing at Bass Lake and he pulls in a fishing pole he had lost a year before. Only Randy. He was kind, considerate and one of the most modest person I ever meet. You will be missed by whoever you made acquaintance with.
Love ya. Brother Roger
Fly high with the angels Randy, you are at peace now. I remember the 1st day Sylvia took me to meet her family you were so kind and welcomed me to the family right away. My heart goes out to all the family and they are in my thoughts and prayers.
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