Stephen "Randy" Ayres

Died: May 5, 2017
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Stephen “Randy” Ayres, age 52, of Friendsville died unexpectedly Friday May 5th on his UPS route in Candor NY of heart failure. He was the Son of Charles “Chuck” Ayres and Barbara Levene Ayres, both deceased. He is survived by a son Connor, age 9, who meant everything to him. He is also survived by 2 sisters, Robin Ayres of NY, NY and Nicki Ayres Park of College Station, TX, as well as Nicki’s husband Bill and their children Katie and Sam. He is survived by many wonderful aunts, uncles and cousins in the Ayres and Levene families. The family would like to thank the Larson and Tierno-Allen families for their love and support. The family would also like to acknowledge the support all of Randy’s hardworking colleagues at UPS. Randy was a graduate of Vestal High. He was an avid hunter and dog enthusiast. We know he will be missed by many.
The family will receive friends at the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 E. Main St., Endicott on Wednesday evening from 6-9 pm. Anyone who would like to say a few words will be asked to the podium at 8:30. Donations in memory of Randy can be made to the American Heart Association.

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Date: Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Allen Memorial Home

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511-513 East Main Street
Endicott, NY 13760

 

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Stephen “Randy” Ayres, age 52, of Friendsville died unexpectedly Friday May 5th on his UPS route in Candor NY of heart failure. He was the Son of Charles “Chuck” Ayres and Barbara Levene Ayres, both deceased. He is survived by a son Connor, age 9, who meant everything to him. He is also survived by 2 sisters, Robin Ayres of NY, NY and Nicki Ayres Park of College Station, TX, as well as Nicki’s husband Bill and their children Katie and Sam. He is survived by many wonderful aunts, uncles and cousins in the Ayres and Levene families. The family would like to thank the Larson and Tierno-Allen families for their love and support. The family would also like to acknowledge the support all of Randy’s hardworking colleagues at UPS. Randy was a graduate of Vestal High. He was an avid hunter and dog enthusiast. We know he will be missed by many.
The family will receive friends at the Allen Memorial Home, 511-513 E. Main St., Endicott on Wednesday evening from 6-9 pm. Anyone who would like to say a few words will be asked to the podium at 8:30. Donations in memory of Randy can be made to the American Heart Association.

 

Penny Adams Tompkins posted on5/10/17

I'm honored to have worked with Randy for the 23 years at ups. I am grateful for our closeness with being his new neighbor and seeing him at the school fair with Connor, and the 4h club events, with my son and introducing my husband to be a friend, I was looking forward to many more memories ahead, I surely will miss him and remember him always, our love and prayers to his family and son

 

Micah Yonkoski posted on5/9/17

My deepest condolences to all on the truly tragic loss of a wonderful guy who entertained me for many years with his amazing stories and views. Randy and I started at the same time at UPS and I had the great pleasure of hanging out with him both in and out of work on several occasions. It was a real pleasure Randy and I wish all friends and family the best in dealing with this enormous loss, especially Connor who I know meant the world to him. RIP Randy, you will be missed!!!!

 

William Briggs posted on5/9/17

To Connor, you're father was a good man,he treated others with kindness, and he raised a good son. He will be missed and I feel for you. My son's William and Brandon miss your father. Because you are there friend, we love you Connor. And we're sorry for your loss. Our prayers are for you that you never forget the man your father was.

 

Judi posted on5/9/17

I am truly sorry to hear the passing of Randy....... He was our UPS driver out in Hillcrest. Talked highly of his son........ RIP Randy... Thoughts and prayers to his family and son.

 

Rachel Newman posted on5/9/17

For Robin and Connor, I feel for you both during this sad and painful time. My wish is that your loving memories of Randy will help carry you through the rest of your lives.

 

Shelly Hornack posted on5/8/17

I worked with Randy at UPS for many years and I really admired the love he had for his son...who he often talked about at work. He had a kind heart and i will miss him very much. Prayers for peace to surround his family now and in the future.

 

Nathan Ealy posted on5/8/17

I was shocked to hear what happened Friday. Randy always made light on a bad situation. He was liked by everybody and akways making people laugh! My sincere condolences to his family and close friends. I hope you can find comfort knowing that he lives on through you all.

 

Kathryn Diminnie posted on5/8/17

Prayers and condolences to Connor and Robin and family and friends of Randy. He was a good person and terrific father. His light will live on through Connor.

 

OJ Avery posted on5/8/17

Deepest condolences to Randy's family. I worked with Randy for 19 years, what a warm hearted person he was.

 

Kevin Weaver posted on5/8/17

All my thoughts, prayers, and condolences to all of the family and the many close friends that Randy had. I had the pleasure of working with Randy for 13 years in Binghamton. He will truly be missed.

 

Kim and Brent Wilcox posted on5/8/17

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Randy's sisters and their families and especially Connor. My husband and I had the privilege of working with Randy for the past 23 years. The stories I could tell about him would make anyone laugh. He was also very generous and kind. He is going to be missed not only by us personally, but his whole UPS family. RIP Randy, until we meet again!

 

Barbara Feigelman posted on5/8/17

Dear Robin and family, My sincerest condolences on your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

 

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