SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL
4830 Lemay Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO 63129
Phone: 314-894-8444
SOUTH CITY CHAPEL
7027 Gravois Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63116
Phone: 314-352-2600
Randy Remming

Randy Remming

January 16, 1958 - October 07, 2017
Fenton

,Randy Remming (59) died Saturday, October 7, 2017. Beloved husband of Laura Remming (Ritchey); loving father of Andrew (Amanda), Zach and Kara; grandfather of Aiden and Ashton. Loving son-in-law, brother-in-law, uncle, friend and coach.
Randy enjoyed his job as an accountant at Charter Communications and the friendships he made there. He loved hockey, golf and bowling and most of all spending time with his family. He enjoyed being on the ice whether it was as a player, ref or coach.
SERVICE: Memorial service 10:00am Wednesday at JOHN L. ZIEGENHEIN & SONS FUNERAL HOMES - South County (4830 Lemay Ferry Road). Visitation Tuesday from 3pm to 8 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations made be made to the American Diabetes Association.tuary later.


Services


Visitation

October 10, 2017 Tuesday
03:00 pm - 08:00 pm
John L. Ziegenhein & Sons - South County
4830 Lemay Ferry Rd. St.Louis, MO 63129

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Service

October 11, 2017 Wednesday
10:00 am - 11:00 am
John L. Ziegenhein & Sons South County Chapel
4830 Lemay Ferry Rd., St.Louis, MO 63129

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Condolences


Our deepest symphony to the friends and family of Randy . As a son, brother, husband, father, coach and friend he touched many lives. We will miss Randy.
-Mark St. Vrain

My deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Randy Remming. Randy was always an upbeat and fun person to be around. We had great times at Milo's on the Hill along with watching Blues Hockey games at Mike Woodruff's house. I will miss but remember the great times we had together.
-Erich Wagner

I had the pleasure of working with Randy. He was always in such good spirits and everyone loved him. I'm so incredibly sorry for your loss. I pray that God will grant you strength through this difficult time. My most sincere condolences.
-Kendra Cornwell

My heart is broken. Randy was not only my Brother-in-law but one of my closest friends. He was the best man in our wedding and always there for me and my family. I am going to miss this man with all my heart. Every time I saw him he responded the same way with “Hello Craigy.” An honor to call you brother and friend.
-Craig Williams

Laura & Family, My love and prayers to you. Randy was an AWESOME hockey coach who taught me to skate. He loved coaching the Ice Queens and putting up with us ladies. He will always hold a special place in my heart.
-Becky Andrews

Randy was a long time friend, we first met in high school and continued our friendship through college and many years after. Randy was in our wedding, we had so many fun times through the years. Craziest thing we ever did was to buy a used boat together our senior year of college. I moved away after college but we kept a long distance friendship. Randy my dear friend I will miss you. Jeanne' and I will keep positive thoughts for your family as they struggle through this most difficult of times. Love always, Steve & Jeanne' Knoll
-Steve and Jeanne' Knoll

Randy & I first met in 7th grade. Randy along with Mike Woodruff and myself enjoyed many trips together after high school and spend many a night at Sports Page. We worked together for over 10 years. Randy was a good friend and woill be missed.
-Bob Hawkins

Laura and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers. Randy was a great coach that always cared about his players. Not a practice would go by that he did not ask me about my children and how their hockey was going. We would trade stories all the time. He put up with so much teasing from all of us players. He will be missed.
-Kathleen Daniels

Randy was around us regularly while we were all in Cape Girardeau. He never missed the opportunity for fun or harmless trouble making. From what I remember, from oh so long ago, that he was always grabbing his friends to do something adventurous, whether it be playing football in college with 12 pack beer boxes on their heads for helmets, going to the horse track or even to a wrestling match with friends as a spectator and end up jumping in the middle of the ring. He taught us how to ‘try’ to get rich from buying scratch off lottery tickets, that we had to get in Illinois at the time, which we ended up losing more money than winning. But not Randy. He had a system and would almost always end up on the positive. He celebrated the day we bought our first (and our only) house with us at Calicos, which was a favorite gathering place for ‘Happy Hour’ amongst our group. I remember the day that Andrew was born and how proud he was to show off his baby boy. He was always so happy and proud to show off his kids and invited us numerous times to watch Zach play hockey and Kara root on her brother. Randy was always on the ice with Zach teaching and encouraging him to try hard, do his best and to be a good sportsman. Teaching him, and all of us, whether lose or win, ALWAYS be a good sport and respect the game. I regret losing contact with he and Laura over the years, as friends so often do. You were a good husband, dad and friend and I can almost guess that you skated your way to the Pearly Gates, snow plow stopped throwing ice on St. Peter, saying “I’m here, where’s my friend, Tony? We have some catching up to do “. Sleep in Peace, Randy, and know that you will always be loved. ❤️
-Jill Johans Baer

Our deepest condolences to the family, Randy is a huge part of our success in business at SNS. We shared many a concept about life, family, and business during the 80s and 90s. Also enjoyed all of our hockey discussions both on and off the ice. Played many a game together back in the day. Again our heartfelt condolences to all the family.
-Keven and Teresa sackman

I'm only today hearing of Randy's passing , and I wish I had known earlier . Randy was a regular in our hockey league for over 20 years . Along with his son Zach they participated and were part of a small group of close hockey friends. Randy was always quick with a joke on draft day, amd was always happy to laugh at someone else's joke. I was so happy when Randy and Zach won our league last year and I was able to hand deliver the trophy myself to Randy when he was in the hospital . It's my hope that in winning that trophy in our league made him happy and fulfilled as a member of our group. I am saddened to hear of his passing and I wish his entire family our sincere condolences and thoughts in this time of sorrow. Sincerely Scott and Eileen Sansoucie
-Scott Sansoucie

I'm only today hearing of Randy's passing , and I wish I had known earlier . Randy was a regular in our hockey league for over 20 years . Along with his son Zach they participated and were part of a small group of close hockey friends. Randy was always quick with a joke on draft day, amd was always happy to laugh at someone else's joke. I was so happy when Randy and Zach won our league last year and I was able to hand deliver the trophy myself to Randy when he was in the hospital . It's my hope that in winning that trophy in our league made him happy and fulfilled as a member of our group. I am saddened to hear of his passing and I wish his entire family our sincere condolences and thoughts in this time of sorrow. Sincerely Scott and Eileen Sansoucie
-Scott Sansoucie

I'm only today hearing of Randy's passing , and I wish I had known earlier . Randy was a regular in our hockey league for over 20 years . Along with his son Zach they participated and were part of a small group of close hockey friends. Randy was always quick with a joke on draft day, amd was always happy to laugh at someone else's joke. I was so happy when Randy and Zach won our league last year and I was able to hand deliver the trophy myself to Randy when he was in the hospital . It's my hope that in winning that trophy in our league made him happy and fulfilled as a member of our group. I am saddened to hear of his passing and I wish his entire family our sincere condolences and thoughts in this time of sorrow. Sincerely Scott and Eileen Sansoucie
-Scott Sansoucie


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