Randall “Randy” Exsted, age 58, of Glencoe, Minnesota, passed away Friday, July 8, 2022, at his home in Glencoe, Minnesota.
Memorial Service will be held Friday, July 15, 2022, at 11:00 A.M at CrossPoint Church in Hutchinson, Minnesota.
Gathering of Family and Friends will be held Thursday, July 14, 2022, from 5:00-8:00 P.M at Johnson-McBride Funeral Chapel in Glencoe, Minnesota, and will continue one hour prior to the service at the church.
Randall “Randy” Scott Exsted was born on May 14, 1964, in Glencoe, Minnesota. He was the son of Kenneth and Mary (Unz) Exsted. Randy was baptized as an infant at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Glencoe and was later confirmed in his faith as an adult on November 23, 1986, at St. John American Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He received his education in Glencoe.
On December 2, 1983, Randy was united in marriage to Julene “Julie” Winseman at First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glencoe. This marriage was blessed with four children, Mike, Melissa, Tyler and Mariah. Randy and Julie resided in Glencoe. They shared 38 years of marriage together.
Randy was a member of CrossPoint Church in Hutchinson, Minnesota. His faith was very important and he surrendered himself to God.
Randy was a Senior Manufacturing Technician for Integer in Chaska.
Randy loved camping, bonfires in the backyard, working with his hands-on projects, gardening, hiking, fishing in summer and ice fishing in winter, hunting especially deer hunting, and vacationing at Indian Rocks Beach in Florida. He loved being by the water, sitting by the water, or being on the water. His favorite activity was fishing. He was a fighter and very strong-willed. He cherished the time he spent with his family, especially his grandchildren and friends.
Randy passed away on Friday, July 8, 2022, surrounded by his family at his home in Glencoe, at the age of 58 years. Blessed be his memory.
Randy is survived by his:
Wife, Julene “Julie” Exsted of Glencoe, MN;
Children, Mike Exsted and his wife, Cassandra of Rochester, MN,
Melissa Wertz and her husband, Mick of Glencoe, MN,
Tyler Exsted and his wife, Marci of St. Paul, MN,
Mariah Perez and her husband, Bernie of Glencoe, MN;
Grandchildren, Destiney Exsted, Faith Wertz, Nevaeh Wertz, Yandel Perez, Jazzlyn Perez, Everlyn Perez, Emmet Exsted, Greta Exsted, Bryce Exsted, Miles Exsted;
Father, Kenneth Exsted of Glencoe, MN;
Siblings, Jeff Exsted and his wife, Michelle of Arlington, MN, Steve Exsted of Belle Plaine, MN;
Nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.
Randy is preceded in death by his Mother, Mary Exsted; Sister, Patricia “Patty” Exsted.
Julie and family, so sorry for your loss! Randy is a great part of my childhood memories! He has finally received his wings. God Bless??
Brad Grimm says
My buddy. He will be missed.
I am heartbroken.
Prayers to his family.
Paul Yorks says
Really was great to get to know you, share stories and work together for so many years.
Thank you Randy for everything.
Beth Victorian says
So sorry for your loss. Sending prayers to you and your family!
May God Bless
Shane Newman says
Sorry for the passing of Randy. Prayers are with you and the family during these times.
Kathy Bartels says
Julie and family, so sorry for the loss of your loved one
I can remember all the memories we had cherished and the fun that we had in our childhood years with Randy.
He will be very well missed and God has hained a wonderful person that earned his wings.
Bless all of you and remember that we are all family and we can stick together if you’re needing anything.
Love you all!
Will Gammelgaard says
Always, always enjoyed working with Randy. He could be counted on at work and I know from many conversations with him that he loved his family very much. He was a special man and he will be missed. I know his faith was strong and he is home now free of pain and suffering. My prayers are with his family and friends during these difficult times.
Scott Christianson says
After having the privilege of knowing Randy only a short 5 and 1/2 years I can confirm what all others are saying, Randy was an extremely down to earth individual that was very approachable and it took no time to feel like I was his friend, Randy was always in a good mood, when I would come into work every morning he was the kind of guy you would seek out to see what’s going on and he would make you happy about the people you work with, our conversations were pretty much always the same, how the family is doing, fishing and yes work, he worked long hours and always knew what was going on but could not wait to head home and hopefully go fishing and have a beer, May God bless Randy, His large family and all his good friends it was a privilege, I’m sure Randy and Van Stoddard are fishing now wonder how that’s going?