Randy L. Ott 1961-2022

Randy Lee Ott, 61, of Winston, Missouri, passed away at his home on November 8, 2022. Randy was born on August 4, 1961, to Maynard and Myrna (Penta) Ott in Spencer, Iowa. 

Randy had a love for the automotive industry and began his career in his early teenage years, making a living as a service manager. 

Randy loved his family and the time spent together making lasting memories. He had a contagious laugh, and his stories were always entertaining and memorable. Randy was an avid outdoorsman. On most nice evenings, you could find him cruising around Lake Viking on his boat, or wetting a line in his pond, or mowing grass on his John Deere.

Randy loved to hunt, and would always look forward to opening day so he could chase the big one. He enjoyed golfing any chance he got, especially playing in the Cameron Elks Tournament. Randy was a Kansas City Chiefs fanatic. He loved to cheer for, talk about, and wear his Chiefs gear. Whether it be watching the Chiefs, golfing, hunting, fishing, or boating, Randy wanted to do it with friends and family that he loved. He always wanted to make sure everyone around him was having fun, and he always did just that.

He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Teresa Ott; brother, Frank Sgambato; step-father, Raymond “Ike” Lynn; and dear friend, Terry Shank. 

Randy is survived by his wife Suzanna, of the home; daughter, Kaley (Wade) Dixon, Jamesport, Missouri; step-children, Hannah (Marshall) Briner and Jon Hughes, Chillicothe, Missouri; grandchildren; Nash, Jag, and Cora Dixon, Madisyn, Marley, and Milo Briner, and McKenzie Hughes; siblings, Glenn Ott, Chillicothe, Missouri, Denise Everman (Johnnie Willits) Weatherby, Missouri, Shane Ott, Kansas City, Missouri; nieces and nephews, Harmony Sgambato, Ashley Moore, Heather Kennedy, Steven Sgambato, Caleb Ott, Melissa Jochem, Trevor Ott, Nicole Everman, and Dillon Ott; step-mother, Shirley Ott.

Randy’s joyful and entertaining personality, his famous one-liners, and infectious laugh will be missed by all who loved him. 

The services are scheduled for Friday, November 11, 2022, at Poland-Thompson Chapel. Visitation: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM prior to the service. Celebration Of Life: 5:30 PM. 

Memorial contributions are suggested for a memorial bench and tree at the Lake Viking Yacht Club in care of the funeral home. 

Online condolences: www.polandthompson.com

Arrangements by Poland-Thompson Funeral Home, Cameron, MO.


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