Randy J. Sudol Jr.

It is with deep sorrow and much love that the family of Randy J. Sudol Jr., 31, of Wapwallopen announces his unexpected death. He received his wings from the Lord on Thursday, December 29, 2022.

Born in Berwick on April 4, 1991, he was the son of Kandy L. (Eisenhauer) Sudol of Wapwallopen and the late Randy J. Sudol Sr. He graduated from Greater Nanticoke Area High School in 2009, with the highest honors. Straight out of high school, Randy joined the Carpenters Local Union #431, working tirelessly side by side his father for Vertical Access. While working as a dedicated and reliable member of the carpenters union, Randy received his associate’s degree from Harrisburg Community College. He also spent time working for C & C Construction, owned and operated by his childhood friends and their father. Shortly before Randy’s fathers unexpected death, the both of them opened their own construction business, Built Rite Construction Services, where they focused on home remodel and repairs.

Randy was a loving, compassionate, and charismatic young man. When he wasn’t working, he spent his time playing video games, watching sports, reading, binge watching his favorite TV shows, and playing poker. He spent sleepless nights corresponding with his sister Kayla, about sports and their shared love for the Marvel superhero franchise. Randy also had a passion for cars and mechanical work. He had a profound love for Ford Mustangs and owned several of them.

A beloved son and brother will be forever loved and missed by his mother, Kandy L. Sudol; sister, Kayla L. Sudol, 34, both of Wapwallopen. He will also be missed by several aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

He was preceded in death by his father, Randy J. Sudol Sr., who passed away in 2020; sister, Kaddie M. Sudol, who passed away in 2012; and his maternal grandparents, Ervin and Barbara Eisenhauer.

Memorial contributions are suggested to his mother Kandy, P.O. Box 82, Wapwallopen, PA 18660, to help defray his final expenses.

At the family’s request there will be no public services.

Randy will be missed and loved by every person who knew him.

“Life is finite, but the love and memory of a person will forever be embedded in the hearts they have touched.” – Unknown

Heller Funeral Home, LLC, Nescopeck is assisting her family. Online messages of comfort may be sent to condolences@HellerFuneralHomeLLC.com.