Randy Gould, age 71 of Lowell, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, July 30th, 2020. Randy is survived by his daughter, Kim Harding; son, Ryan (Chayo) Gould; their mother, Barb Zandstra; son-in-law, Mike Harding; grandchildren, Jacob (Tia) Gould, Jordan Harding, Brayden Gould, Gavin Gould; siblings, Bonnie (Will) Cardinel, Diane Ferris, Doug (Vicki) Gould. In addition to his parents, Randy was preceded in death by his sisters, June McCaul, Marsha Holliday; brothers, Dick McCaul, Ken Gould, Art Gould, David Gould. Randy was a graduate of Lowell High School and a life-long resident who enjoyed ﬁshing, hunting, playing pinochle and euchre with his buddies at the Lowell Moose. Most of all, Randy loved spending time with his grandchildren; whether it was attending Jacob’s wrestling matches, Brayden’s tennis tournaments, Gavin’s baseball games or Jordan’s lacrosse games, you would always ﬁnd “Papa” in attendance to cheer them on. There will be a celebration of Randy’s life at the Lowell Moose Lodge, 1320 E Main St, Lowell, MI 49331 on Saturday, August 15 at 1:00 p.m. In lieu of ﬂowers, memorial contributions should be made to the charity of one’s choice.
Dean and I are so sorry. Sending love and praying for all of you.
So sorry for your loss. Randy was a great man I enjoyed playing cards with him. Very kind man very blessed that I got to know him. May he rest in peace. The family is in my thoughts and prayers.
I’m so sorry to hear about your loss!
I have no words. BIG and GENTLE hugs to you and your family!
Randy was my favorite uncle, always had a mile and a big hug for you! I will miss him .
So sad to hear of Randy’s passing. What a terrific person he was. The Lowell Moose league will never be the same without him. Will miss him for sure. My condolences to the family
I am going to miss this man. I will never forget all the advice he gave me. Weather it was pouring concrete, the things I should do as governor of the moose, I took my fair share of butt chewing about the gravel he needed for the maintenance on the moose parking lot or how I piled the snow off the lot, to the shed I never moved back on the parking lot for him. But I did get some life lessons from this old bird that I will keep and use forever
I will see u again someday rip.
My thoughts are with the family. I am so sorry to hear of Randy’s passing.
Prayers to all, always celebrate the happy memories