Randy Edmond Shaver

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  • "Randy you where like one of my own,I watched you grow into..."
    - Sissy Beck
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    - Ginger Winslow
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    - Charity Walkins
  • "You truly where the best brother I could have asked for...."
    - Ashley Colvin
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August 30, 1981 ~ May 3, 2011

Randy Edmond Shaver, 29, passed away on Tues., May 3, 2011 in Portland, OR. He was born on Aug. 30, 1981 in Vancouver, WA to Larry E. Shaver and Jeri E. (Miller) Farrell.
A lifetime Clark County resident, Randy worked in the construction industry with heavy equipment until recently becoming a waste water treatment specialist for TAG Environmental of Washougal.
Randy was an avid "tractor guy" who enjoyed tractor pulling, antique tractors, and playing with his own hot rod tractor.
He enjoyed camping, fishing, spending time outdoors, and being surrounded by his friends and family.
Randy's great sense of humor added to his unique personality which allowed him to have his own flair for life.
Randy is survived by his father, Larry (Cat) Shaver of Portland, OR; mother, Jeri E. Farrell of Makawao, HI; sister, Andi (Joe) Schwartz of Vancouver; half-sister, Ashley (Mark) Colvin of Oceanside, CA and their new son, Kainan Michael (who was born one week before Randy passed away); step-brothers, Peter King of Portland, and Brian King of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; maternal grandparents, Darlene and Marlow Randolph of Kalama, WA; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
There will be no public service at this time.
Memorials in Randy's honor may be sent to the Southwest Washington Humane Society in Vancouver.
Brown's Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Camas has been entrusted with arrangements.
To send condolences or to sign the online guestbook, please visit www.brownsfh.com or www.columbian.com/obits.


Published in The Columbian on May 11, 2011
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