Randi Guyer

Born on March 3, 1951 in Toledo, Ohio
Departed on September 29, 2021 in Melbourne, Florida

Randi Guyer, age 70, passed away September 29, 2021 at her home in Melbourne, Florida. She was the daughter of Robert and MaryAnne Ansted, born in Toledo, Ohio March 3, 1951. Randi graduated from Gates Chili High School in 1969 and trained for her nursing career at Rochester General Hospital. She worked as a Labor and Delivery Nurse there until 1977 and moved to Florida where she worked as a nurse in various capacities until 1992.
Randi is preceded in death by her husband, Charles “Buzz” Guyer who passed away in 2020. She is survived by her daughter Lindsay, granddaughters Lilly and Stella. She is also survived by her brother David Ansted and Peter Ansted as well as extended family and numerous friends.
Randi was a loving person who touched everyone in her life with humor and generosity. Her presence will be greatly missed but her memory will be cherished forever.

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7 entries.
Troy Ansted from Gainesville wrote on October 12, 2021:
My aunt Randi had a 'Heart of Gold' & Her sense of Humor was truly one of a Kind. I will Miss Her tremendously. Love Her Always.
Barb from Gainesville wrote on October 10, 2021:
Very sorry for your loss.
Mallory, J.Michael, Kennedy, Madeline, and Carter Newman from Bay Village wrote on October 6, 2021:
Randi touched the lives of all who she came in contact with. Her sense of humor and wit will truly be missed! She will always be remembered for her generosity towards others. The love Randi showed to her friends and family will never be forgotten! We pray that she is at peace with Buzz, her mom, and her dad. We know she will be watching over her pride and joy, Lindsay, and her granddaughters Lily and Stella. Enjoy the game from up there--Go Bucks! Love, The Newman Family
Tim, Kelly, Rhett, and Rosie Ansted from Perrysburg, OH wrote on October 5, 2021:
We will miss Randi so much! Her sense of humor and generosity will always be in our thoughts. She always treated myself, my brother, and my sister so well when we were growing up in Ohio. And, she loved our Rhett and little Rosie so much. She loved getting pictures of them and seeing them grow. God bless Aunt Randi and Uncle Buzz, and give Lindsay strength to carry on their legacy….Tim and Kelly Ansted
Mary Stazis from Webster, NY wrote on October 5, 2021:
My deepest sympathy in the passing of Randi. I know her through my friendship with Maryanne and David Altobelli. I had the privilege of spending an evening with her and other friends in Rochester. I laughed so much and will always remember her vivacious spirit and energy from that evening. I am certain that she is bringing joy and laugher to everyone in heaven. Warmly, Mary Stazie
David and Maryanne Altobelli from Rochester NY wrote on October 4, 2021:
Forever in our thoughts . No one could fill your shoes. Blessed to have had you my #1 for over 5o years ❤️
Susan Ritchie from Fairport wrote on October 4, 2021:
Randi's friendship was a true gift - she will always be remembered for her sense of humor, laugh and kindness to all. Condolences to daughter Lindsay and family.
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