Skye Salazar Obituary, Death – On Sunday, as he spoke to his wife at their home in West Valley City, Utah, Salazar calmly passed away. Parents Elias (Eddie) and Jacqueline (Jackie) Salazar welcomed Randy into the world in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1971, he earned his high school diploma from Granger. In 1973, he wed Sue Norby. Sue, his wife, is still alive. He is also survived by his children, Sky Salazar of Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, Ashley (Leon) Yorgesen of Mattawa, Washington, Joshua (Annie) Salazar of Keller, Texas, Levi (Lacy) Salazar of St. George, Utah, Lacee (Rob) Houston of San Antonio, Texas, and Levi (Lacy) Salazar of St. George, Utah.
Salazar spent 21 years as a welder/pipefitter with Weyher-Livesay Construction before rising to the position of general superintendent. His family traveled all throughout the country as a result of his profession. Salazar and Sue relished all the acquaintances they made and the activities they had in Maine, Montana, Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, and other locations in Utah. He spent a lot of years working for Cianbro Construction in the state of Maine. He also started a Mexican takeaway business, which he ran for six years in the mid-coast region of Maine. Salazar and Sue also shared the duties of evening school custodians.
Salazar used to like hunting, water skiing, and preparing special holidays for his kids. Randy cherished his puppy Cassie and his medical marijuana certificate in more recent years. In all the areas he lived and worked, he always enjoyed cooking, funny stories, tools, knives, gadgets, firearms, and hanging out with his pals. He always carried a knife, a leatherman, or multiples of both in his pockets and on his belt.
With 16 grandchildren, including Matthew (Roxana), Luke, Andrew, Macey Yorgesen, Aleah, Blake, Connor, Gemma, and Talya Salazar, Easton, Stark, and Stratton Salazar, as well as Lincoln, Brigham, Lucy, and Mary Houston, Salazar was a cherished grandpa.
Along with his brother Sheldon Salazar, sisters Dianna Velarde and Cheryn Ross, numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, and a large number of nieces and nephews, Salazar is also survived by them. His parents, his brothers Gary, Roger, and Stan Salazar, as well as his two grandchildren Camden Salazar and Samuel Houston, predeceased him.
He belonged to the Latter-day Saints’ Church of Jesus Christ. He had a witness that Jesus Christ is the Savior and Redeemer of the world and liked serving in a variety of callings. Keep smiling, in Randy’s classic words: “:-)))))))!”