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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Randall "Randy" Ray Haber
April 20, 1956 - December 1, 2019

Place of Birth: Sidney, MT
Residence: Fairview, MT
Age: 63

Randall Ray Haber was born April 20, 1956 in Sidney, MT to Don Haber and Barbara Heacock. He attended Sidney High School and graduated in 1974.
On December 30, 1976 he married the love of his life, Stephanie Deming, at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church in Fairview, MT. They made their home in Sidney where Randy worked for Martini Steel, later becoming a Cement Foreman. In a few short years, they moved to Fairview where they enjoyed the next 35 years.
Family meant everything to Randy. He cherished his relationship with his wife of 42 years and his daughters, AnnDee and Tori. His daughters meant the world to him and he was never shy about talking about them. He enjoyed being involved in their many activities. This would involve refereeing their many games and offering a little sideline advice, which they took with a smile.
In 1984, Randy started work for Western Welding, later acquired by Praxair. He ended his career as a Territorial Manager which was a job he thoroughly enjoyed until his health kept him from performing the work up to his standards. He treated his co-workers and customers like family, sharing stories and memories over the years they worked together.
In his spare time he would work with Stephanie at Judy’s Catering. He enjoyed the socializing but sometimes needed to be reminded he was there to work. He always said he did it for the “food”.
Being a grandpa was the best and most rewarding job Randy had. Each of his grandkids knew they were special and how much they meant to him. He enjoyed the phone calls, videos and pictures, along with several trips to Fargo just to visit and see their smiling faces. He wasn’t one to stay home for a relaxing weekend, and would much rather be on the go with his “kids”.
Randy and Stephanie enjoyed numerous trips with family and friends. Randy was always trying to plan the next one, sometimes before returning home from the last one. If you knew Randy, you were invited to join us. He was a people person. The last trip that Randy and Stephanie took was to the Grand Canyon in October.
Randy passed away peacefully Sunday morning, December 1, 2019, at his home in Fairview, MT. He will be missed.
He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Stephanie; daughters AnnDee (Matt) Erickson, Tori (Clayton) Weisbeck; and grandchildren Adrianna Braun, Katlyn, Brody, Kacey, Payton Erickson and Treyson Weisbeck.
He is preceded in death by baby son Steven, mother Barbara Heacock, brother Rick, and in-laws James and Marjorie Deming.

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Mark Kuylen (Sidney, MT)
Dec 1, 2019
Dear Stephanie and girls,

Words can't Express how sorry I am for your loss.
May the good Lord comfort you all at the trying time.
Bless you all,
Mark
Penny (Fargo, ND)
Dec 2, 2019
I work with Randy at Praxair. He was always so helpful when I needed assistance with one of this acct's. I will miss working with him. He and I had talked about is cancer as it is the same kind my dad has and he had such a positive attitude when we would talk I really thought he would beat it. So very sorry for your loss.
Robert and Darcie Pascal (Williston, North Dakota)
Dec 2, 2019
May Randy walk into the light of the Lord, touch his hand and be healed. Our sympathies for you and your family at this most trying time. May God be with you.
Robert & Darcie Pascal
Shorty & Judy Brush (Miles City, Montana)
Dec 2, 2019
So Sorry for your loss Randy was a caring person loved his family dearly was a true family man praying that God will give each and everyone of you the strength now and in the days to come RIP Randy
Dave Shannon (McClusky, ND)
Dec 2, 2019
Sorry to hear about Randy. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.
Diana Niess (Bismarck, ND)
Dec 3, 2019
Randy was not only a co-worker to me. Most importantly he was a good friend. Stephanie I am so deeply sorry to hear the loss of this wonderful man. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Rest in peace Randy.
Auri Ogden (Williston)
Dec 4, 2019
Stephanie,
I was so sad to hear that Randy had passed. Many prayers for you and your girls.
Terry and Mary Bertsch (Williston, ND)
Dec 4, 2019
Dear Stephanie,
We are so very sorry to hear of Randy's passing!
We remember those great summer gatherings at your house. Randy had a way of making everyone feel comfortable. He was a kind person! Our deepest sympathies.
Mary and Terry
Kevin and Jackie Sullivan (Watford City)
Dec 4, 2019
Sorry to hear about Randy! Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. RIP
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