Cody Alan Randall passed away on April 16th, 2022, at the age of 31. He is survived by parents Jeff and Paula Randall, brother Daniel Fowler, sister Hailey Randall, and many wonderful friends who loved him.

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Cody was drawn to anything with wheels or a motor, but ideally both! Cars and dirt bikes were Cody’s passion, but he could kickflip a skateboard, fly or drive anything remote controlled, and do a walking handstand. Cody was a Certified Master Automotive Technician, using his skills for fun and to put himself through college. Cody graduated with honors from Weber State University with a degree in Electrical Engineering. After college, Cody eventually found a home at Boeing’s Little Mountain Testing Facility working with the Electromagnetic Effects group and some amazing co-workers who loved and supported him.

Most people will agree that Cody is the smartest person they know, but the logic in his big brain drove Cody to do things that only made sense to him. Cody was always providing a laugh with his unique way of doing things. Cody had a tender heart and was sensitive to others in need. His automotive skills allowed him to help family, friends and strangers. Cody was a recent convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

We miss Cody dearly and are grateful to know that he is no longer in pain. We thank the Box Elder County Sheriff's Department and their volunteer Search and Rescue team for their time, compassion and dedication to bringing Cody home to us. A celebration of Cody’s life will be held for close family and friends on Saturday, May 14th at 1:00pm.

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Dane Ashworth

Post Date

May 04, 2022

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Age

31

Gender

Male

Religion and Beliefs

Latter-day Saint

Worked For

  • Boeing - Little Mountain Test Facility

Education

  • High School
    NUAMES
  • Bachelor's
    Weber State University
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I only worked with Cody for a short time at Boeing, he is a great guy and will be missed.

Greg Burnett , Kaysville , UT, US May 06, 2022

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