Randy Owens

Randy Owens, 56, of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, passed away June 29, 2022 from a car accident.

Mr. Owens was born October 15, 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska. Everyone described Randy as a one of a kind guy. Avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting, fishing, and just being outside. Cars were his profession since his early teens when he started working in his uncle’s shop. He was a self taught man of many trades not limited to cooking, woodwork, and fabrication and auto body work.

He loved motorcycles, fire arms and bow hunting, family outings, gathering with friends, and his dogs. If lifespans were measured in stories and talents, Randy outlived all of us.

He was preceded in death by his father, Larry Owens, and his son-in-law, Nick Moon.

Survivors include his mother, Mary Owens; daughter, Dominque Moon; son, Brandon Owens; daughter-in-law, Angela Owens; grandson, Anakin Moon; granddaughter, Nova Owens; and the countless friends he claimed as family.

Visitation will be held from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Saturday, July 9, 2022, with service to follow at Bross & Spidle Funeral Home in Excelsior Springs, Missouri.

In lieu of flowers, the family will be setting up a donation box to donate to the Missouri Department of Conservation to honor Randy’s love of the outdoors and to preserve for future outdoorsmen – or you may send donations yourself in honor of Randy. Missouri Department of Conservations Donations, P.O. Box 180, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102-0180.

Our Sincere Condolences

Prayers and Condolences to the family. He will be missed.
Dorinda Ford

I will miss the great times we had at motorcycle rally. One time Randy and I set off on our bikes to Iowa to the Freedom Rally. He kept having to stop for gas when I still had a half a tank. Then he realized that he had his carbs set up for racing not highway. We got to the rally, set up our tent, drank enough beer so we could sleep on the ground in the tent. Neither one of us remembered going to bed. Woke up the next morning stiff, scratched our heads, looked at each other and said. These are the best of times.
Love you my brother. RiP. Until I see you again.

Thank you Randy for all you gave. My gratitude and admiration, albeit at a distance, knows no bounds. Keep a good fishing spot for me. I’ll be seeing you soon enough.
Timothy Helfrich

Gone too soon. We have another angel. Much love & memories from growing up with Randy.
Billie Vogt