We Remember

RANDAL, Twila Marie

August 25, 1956 — April 22, 2021

On April 22, 2021, after a fierce battle with cancer, Twila Randal went peacefully to be with the Lord while family was by her side. She was 64.

Twila lived through her children and grandchildren; they were her biggest accomplishment. She was also a wonderful teacher who was patient and kind. She loved to travel, and she loved to drive, she often called her car her “zoom-zoom” after Mazda’s commercials.

Twila’s infectious smile and laugh will be missed by many.

She is survived by her two loving children: her daughter Terryn (Wade) Roy and her son Del (Adela) Mudryk; her four grandchildren: Seth, Owin, Cristian, and Mia; as well as many extended family members and dear friends.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to  Luseland Bible Camp, Box 71 Luceland, SK, S0L 2A0, e-transfer: director@luselandbiblecamp.ca.

A Funeral Service will be held to honour Twila, due to the current pandemic restrictions it will be by invitation only. The family would like to invite all who want to pay their respects to join by Livestream on FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 2021 AT 1:00 PM PDT. A recording will be made available to view shortly thereafter.

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  • Janet Whittington says:

    Sorry to hear of Twilas passing. I’m a cousin from Vancouver. I saw her 3 years ago and had a nice visit. There were 4 of us cousins got together. Rest in peace. 🙏❤

    • Louise Hrabec says:

      I had the pleasure of working with Twila as her Educational Assistant in Ryley for several years and she was such an inspiration to her students and colleagues. Twila had so much energy and was so positive. 💕 We will hold on to your memories

  • Valery says:

    I’m so sorry to hear the passing of the greatest teacher I’ve ever had, wish I could tell her that one more time ! 😢 She was the best teacher I could ever ask for ❣️

  • Shelley Erickson (Congdon) says:

    So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful teacher and a lovely person.

  • Tracy Moore says:

    Twila will be greatly missed. We had a wonderful friendship that spanned many decades and provinces (we were together in atleast 5 of them), and even a state. Our best memories are shared from west to east; from the ocean to the mountains, and the flatlands in between.
    Twila loved to travel!
    More than traveling she cherished her friends. I heard about her dear friends from Luseland and Edmonton over the years.
    But, even more than the love of friends, her love of family was most important. Her sisters, her children and her grandkids. She was so proud of them. Living through them was the perfect explanation.
    Twila was a wonderful, caring, genuine, down to earth, empathetic, sensitive person with a heart of gold. I am fortunate to have met her so very long ago, and have had her in my life.
    Love you Twila – you will remain forever in our hearts.

  • Ana Melendez says:

    We are really sorry for lost of your mom. Our deepest condolences and our hearts go out to you and your family. Please know that our family will be praying for all so God can give you strength on these difficult times. With love, Ana Melendez and whole Meléndez-Rizo family.

  • Ron Liliana Dylan and Tristan Knorr says:

    A beautiful spirit, this shining light has left us that will be truly missed but never forgotten. My family and I send you our deepest condolences, prayers and love at this difficult time!! ❤🙏.

  • Michele Koethler says:

    My deepest sympathy to Twila’s family. She will be so missed. May she Rest In Peace as she is in our Lord’s hands.

  • Marcella Schommer says:

    I am sorry to hear about your mom”s Grandma and sister’s passing. may the memories you have and the love of friends help you through this diffiult time

  • Donna Michalow says:

    So sorry to hear of Ms Randal’s passing. My children had her for a teacher, she was patient and kind. Prayers to her family and friends.

  • Marshal & Valerie Mudryk says:

    Our thoughts are very much with each one of you. Much Love Uncle Marshal & Auntie Val.

  • Janet & Brian Roy says:

    Twila had such a kind heart, adventurous sprit and infectious laugh. Brian loved being in her classroom. We will miss her.

  • Celine Linfoot says:

    My Friend Twila,
    You were my true SisterFriend. From the very beginning when your mom saw me outside playing and came over to check with my mom, to see if it was ok for us to play together, and play we did…and bond, yup we did. Who knew that it was the start of a friendship that would last the span of over 60 years.
    From dressing up in our long dresses and riding like wildfire down the back alley, both of us on your tricycle, off to see our boyfriends, Hoss and Little Joe Cartright from Bonanza. Now why those dresses never got caught in those wheels, still amazes me to this day. Our imagination took us to so many wonderful places and experiences.
    And now, I need that imagination so see you in your new place. I bet it’s just like what we thought and talked about….like I just know it’s perfect for you. And I told you very recently, that in a way, I was jealous of your destiny.
    You got to go Home first, you lucky girl!!!!
    I’m going to miss you Twila. Thanks for all of you…..the debates on all of the topics that we covered through the years,
    for the ways you said things that pushed me to think deeper, for the hugs, for the love, the challenges….and so much more.
    Thanks for all of you.
    Heaven is for Real. You go girl.
    Love you lots.
    Celine
    P.S. Condolences from Brian and myself, to all of Twila’s family and friends. She was a tough one to lose.

  • Stephanie Clark(Wilson) says:

    RIP Mrs Randal. My heart felt condolences to her family. She was the most inspiring teacher I have ever had the privilege of being taught by. She was an amazing human being all the way through. She had a true love for teaching and has passed that love to me. I credit my love of research and teaching children to her.
    You will be truly missed. And I hapoe to one day be half the teacher you were.
    All my respect and love
    Steph Clark

  • Brittany Annell says:

    She was my teacher at Ryley School. She went above and beyond to make school easier for me and my little sister because of our FASD and ADHD. She would give me her dad jobs to do, my favorite was organizing the drawers in the staff room.

  • Brittany Annell says:

    She was my teacher at Ryley School. She went above and beyond to make school easier for me and my little sister because of our FASD and ADHD. She would give me odd jobs to do, my favorite was organizing the drawers in the staff room.

  • Heather Harkness says:

    I am so sorry to hear of your loss! What an amazing lady she was! I will always remember her with a smile in the hallway!

  • Alice Herculson says:

    Terryn and Wade.
    Your mom was one of my daughter’s favourite teachers. I got the sad news that you lost your mom and many students lost one of their most respected role models. My sincerest condolences…

  • MP Tracy Gray says:

    I am very sorry for your loss and wish your family strength during this difficult time.
    Tracy Gray, Member of Parliament, Kelowna – Lake Country

  • Rebecca says:

    She was a fun teacher at ryley school and I was always willing to help me with any problems I had

  • Fred and Lori Yachimec says:

    Our heartfelt thoughts go out to you all. We always enjoyed being on staff at Ryley School with your mom. We shared lots of good laughs and have very fond memories of her. Fred had regular “school talk” conversations with her at the end of the hall where their classrooms were and I always enjoyed our daily chats in the library. She was so proud of her kids and grandkids, was a very positive person and had such a great giggle. May your memories of her bring you comfort.

  • Ana, J and Valentini Roccia says:

    Dearest Twila and Family,
    Our hearts are heavy with sadness at the thought of your loss. We remember all the memories of the times we spoke about yoga, cheered with a glass of wine, shared laughs and had philosophical chats. You were a wonderful mother in law to my sister and a friend to our family. We are so sad we can’t be there in person but we are raising a little glass of red wine for you tonight. We will be thinking of the entire Mudryk family. All our love 💕 God bless.

  • Ursula Christen says:

    I was blessed to have known Twila. She was such a lovely person. Her positive attitude was such an inspiration. My deepest condolences to her loving family. May God’s presence bring you strength and comfort.

  • Meldon Lutzer says:

    The Lord was Twila’s shepherd, she would want you to know this important truth that shaped her life and eternity! Pastor Meldon Lutzer Hope Bible Church Kelowna
    https://thestoryfilm.com/watch

  • Ralph Magnus says:

    We grew up in the same community and went to the same school but never really had the same social circles. life took us to different places but we connected again a couple of years ago and had the chance to share faith and encourage each other during Twila’s cancer journey. Who knows how accurate memories from childhood are, but I remember Twila as someone who, when she did something, was ‘all in’. the Twila I met again all these years later was definitely all in with love for her family, friends and Jesus.

  • Richard Whittington says:

    I am sorry to hear of her passing, I am one of her cousins and she will be deeply missed.

  • Erynn Hunka says:

    The world became a darker place when Twila passed, she will be forever remembered through her positive impact On her students. Thank you for helping me become the person I am today ❤️

  • Diane Matthews says:

    Sending my deepest condolences to everyone in Twila’s family. Twila was a loving, warm, friendly, caring woman whose family meant the world to her. You will be missed!

  • Jocelyn Mouyios says:

    Thinking about heaven and all the great people I have known up there right now, and now my Godmother. I will do my best to make you proud while you are watching over us and protecting us all. God bless you Auntie Twila. My deepest condolences.

  • Jocelyn Mouyios says:

    Thinking about heaven and all the great people I have known up there right now, and now my Godmother. I will do my best to make you proud while you are watching over us and protecting us all. God bless you Auntie Twila. My deepest condolences Terryn and Del.

  • Kelly, Cara, Kenton, and Spencer Kaup says:

    To Terryn, Wade, Del and Adela and all your children.
    It truly has been a sad time for you all to lose such a big part of your family.
    Twila meant a lot to me growing up and all throughout University and beyond.
    She was an amazing person and we are so sorry for your loss. Please know we love you all and our prayers will always be with you.. Take good care and we hope to connect soon.
    The Kaups.

  • Dolores Peterson says:

    Rest in peace in Jesus’ arms my dear and loving Twila. I already miss your smile and your positive and kind words. I will never forget the bond which developed between us during our university days, and one professor called us sisters as we were always together… Although we could never see each other as often as we would have liked, our bond grew over the years. When we would get together it was as if time had stood still, and that time made no difference in our friendship.
    Love you forever my dear friend. God Bless!

  • Maryann Mudryk says:

    Terryn/Wade/Del/Adela & grandchildren
    Our deepest condolences to you both and your families .Uncle Ray and your Mom shared the same birthday except your Mom was a lot younger – 6years younger. We have many memories of visiting you while you were growing up. Corey & Kimberley enjoyed the time at your home – your Mom always made everyone feel so at home. We have wonderful memories teasing your Mom – especially Uncle Ray and your mom on their birthdays. We shall keep you in our prayers.
    Love
    Uncle Ray & Aunt MaryAnn Mudryk

  • Maryann Mudryk says:

    The service today for your Mom was beautiful Your Mom was very proud of you both Terryn/Del/ & your families.
    Deepest condolences
    Uncle Ray & Aunt MaryAnn Mudryk

  • Richard Knipp says:

    A wonderful friend, a wonderful mother, a wonderful grandmother and overall a wonderful person. Peace forever my friend.

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