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Randall Robert Heaton

April 17, 1958 — October 14, 2023

Randall Robert Heaton of Provo, passed away at his home in St. George Utah on October 14, 2023. Randy was 65 years old. Randy was born to Angus Mason Heaton Jr. (deceased) and Deloy Eaton Gale Heaton (deceased) on April 17, 1958, in Moses Lake Washington. When asked where he grew up, Randy would always respond “All over the world.” His father was in the military, so his family lived in South Carolina, California, Germany, and the Philippines. Although he was just a boy, Randy had fond memories of chasing squirrels and rabbits in South Carolina, camping with his family as they traveled through Europe and playing in the Jungles of the Philippines.
His family eventually settled in Utah where he attended Granger High in West Valley City. He was a gifted athlete who excelled in football and baseball. Randy was offered a football scholarship at the University of Utah, but injury prevented him from accepting it. Randy credits his baseball success to his older brother Kent who would throw hard fast balls at him. Randy had to either catch the ball or get hit in the face. This taught Randy not to be afraid of the ball. This lesson carried over into his personal life. It taught him to face problems head on without flinching.
Randy’s father Angus, taught him to work on cars. This would shape his passion for anything with a motor and launched his career as the owner of a successful chain of tire stores in Utah County (Randy’s Tire.) Randy always had ATV’s, snowmobiles, motorcycles, and boats. He loved snowmobiling in Island Park Idaho, Riding ATVs at the Sand Dunes, and fishing on Strawberry reservoir. His favorite pastime was boating at Bear Lake and Lake Powell. Randy took great pleasure in making sure everyone else was having fun. These trips created cherished family memories.
Randy was an entrepreneur and tried his hand in several companies. After retiring from the tire business Randy became highly successful in the MLM industry and eventually started his own business in 2010 (LivinitGlobal.)
Randy met and married Lori Lott and they had five beautiful daughters together. Jessica Heaton of West Jordan, Anne Janae (Janae) Munoa of Park City, Chelsea Heaton of Rose Park, and Randilyn Heaton of Millcreek. His Beloved daughter Madison Heaton passed away in 2017.
Randy was blessed with the “Gift of Gab.” He had a gregarious personality that drew people in. Randy could walk into a room of strangers and by the time he left, everyone was his friend. He strived to make connections with people and through his conversations with them, he always found common ground. This made him successful in business and in life. He had many friends and loyal customers at Randy’s tire. Randy never forgot your name or the kind of car you drove or the size of your tires!
Randy will be missed by his five surviving siblings and his many friends and extended family. He will be especially missed by Lori, his wife of 43 years, his daughters, and granddaughters. Randy, although we are heavy-hearted by your passing, we are grateful your suffering is at an end. Envisioning your sweet reunion with Maddie eases our grief. We look forward to the day when we can embrace you both.
Celebration of Life to be held on Saturday November 11, 2023, at the KLAS Research Building. 365 S Garden Grove Ln Suite 300 Pleasant Grove, UT from 10 a.m. to noon. There will be a short memorial service beginning at 10 a.m. followed by brunch. Come and share your favorite memory of Randy.
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