Longeuay, Justin Phillip Randolph

Longeuay, Justin Phillip Randolph

May 31st, 2015

With great sadness on Sunday, May 31, 2015 Justin Phillip Randolph Longeuay in his 19th year. Beloved son of Debbie Longeuay and the late Jim Longeuay. Cherished grandson of Judy and Randy MacDonald, and predeceased by grandparents Linda MacDonald and Phillip Longeuay. Beloved brother of Jimmy Longeuay and Ashley Longeuay (Dustin Welch). Loving uncle of Caden Welch; nephew of Shane MacDonald, Jim and Terri Jensen, Dan and Loretta Longeuay, Jane Benoitt, and Darren and Wendy Longeuay. Sadly missed by many cousins. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where the funeral service will be conducted on Monday, June 8, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. Interment at Woodland Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Justin are asked to consider Kids Help Phone.

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Karen TuckerMy thoughts and prayers go out to Justins family, Justin was an amazing young man with a heart of gold, His smile was contagious and he always made the work day better . Our RedLobster family will never be the same ,He is singing with the Angels now and i bet he is right there in the front row. RIP you sweet sweet boy.
Erin MurphyTo Justin's family, his friends and the teachers and students at Laurier S.S., My heart goes out to all of you. I taught Justin in his grade 9 year. He was an unforgettable young man, such a spark and bright light. I have been in touch with my former colleagues and we all share the same warm sentiments of Justin and feel a deep loss. He is simply unforgettable and will be greatly missed by so many. My condolences to all of you.
Tina StoukasOther teachers will understand of what I speak when I say that over the course of an entire teaching career, of the thousands of students who cross our paths, a few, for whatever reason, make an indelible mark on our lives. For me, Justin has been one of those students. He was that rare combination of generosity of spirit and lighthearted mischief. I will truly miss his daily greetings and contagious smile. To one of the sweetest boys I have ever had the privilege to teach-I wish you peace Justin.
Fran CoeJimmy, Ashley and Debbie..my heart goes out to you at this very difficult time. It seems like a few short years ago that Justin was in my STEPS class. I have only wonderful memories of the many times he came through the door with that little smile, always ready to give his best. Rest in peace Justin..you will be so greatly missed.
Carol MacleanMy deepest condolences go out to Jimmy, Ashley, and Debbie. My son Mike Maclean and my daughter Amber Maclean both knew Justin and they both said Justin was a wonderful person. R.I.P. Justin....Rest in peace
ruthanne micksJustin you will always be missed. Your hugs everytime you saw me really made me day. You were just starting to mature I would have loved to see the kind of man you would someday become. RIP until we meet again.
Sandy & Brenda Thompson Our sincere condolences , for you and your family .Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Karys Peterson-KatzJustin, you are the kindest person I have ever met and I wish you knew the effect you had on so many lives. You have touched so many and changed them all for the better. Thank you so much for being in my life for the time that you were - not once did you do anything other than make me smile with that huge, warm heart of yours. I am going to miss you so much more than I can say. To Justin's friends and family - I am so sorry for your loss and I wish you all of the strength and love in the world. Rest in sweet peace Justin. You deserve it.
Ryan MansfieldJustin you were a great friend and like a brother to me. Rest in peace brother for you have earned it. I only wish there was more people in the world like you. R.I.P to the kindest and sweetest man in the world
Essence RolesJustin you were the sweetest and most genuine person I have ever met in my entire life. You made such a huge impact in my life. You will be dearly missed. Everyone you met, you touched. You always brought a smile to my face, always made me laugh and always found a way to make me smile. You will always be in my heart darlin' , rest in sweet peace angel. Love you, until we meet again.
Eli PenateI always wanted to tell you you're special to me, because when things were not easy at work, your charisma, your sense of mind, your jokes made me laugh, never forget such a great person like you Justin, you are and you will be always my Gato loco, gato!! gatoo !! You know what mean. I love you and I will for ever. Friends for ever, Eli Penate.
Christie ComlyI had the privilege of teaching Justin this semester and he was truly a bright light in my classroom. He always had a funny story to tell, an opinion to share and words of kindness for others. He knew how to make people smile and he would constantly brighten my day. Justin was a wonderful young man and he will be missed by many. My deepest condolences to his family and friends
sarah mckinnonDebbie, Ashley, and Jimmy our thoughts and prayers are going out to you at this time , it is an unthinkable sadness that words just cannot convey.my family think of you and pray for you often,Justin will always be thought of warmly ,such a beautiful heart ,a smile that kept going . we are truly saddened for the loss of this young man Steve myself jon and jennette send our love your way
Bruce NielsenJustin the outpouring of grief over your passing and fond memories of your life are proof of what an incredible impact you had on everyone around you. I, like everyone else, will truly miss your bright smile, your friendly and cheerful personality, and your incredible positive energy around Laurier's classrooms and hallways. May you truly rest in peace, and know that your life, though too short, has influenced countless others in ways that will not ever be forgotten.
Amber MacleanI knew Justin from elementary school and in high school, the one thing I wish I could of done was get to know him better, and talk to him more...I will miss seeing his bright smile everyday when I enter my English class, and his funny jokes....my condolences go out to the family and friends.... heaven has gained the most bright and amazing angel....R.I.P Justin, you will never be forgotten.
Adele LassonAs a school counsellor, I feel honoured to walk beside students in their journey of grieving. Over and over, I hear people refer to Justin as being a mentor to them. They want to be more like him: sensitive to others needs, maintaining respect for all, caring, outgoing, fun, and empathic. This is their tribute back to Justin, to pass on what he gave to them. To his family, may you find comfort in your treasured memories, and in knowing that even though Justin may be gone from sight, he remains in our hearts. May he rest in peace and have eternal happiness.
Leighia Chapman-KlaassenI knew Justin best in my seventh and eighth grades, but met up with him again in highschool. He was an amazing person. He always listened, never truly complained and was so quick to cheer anyone up. The world is worse off foe losing him. My sincere condolences to his family and close friends. I am going to miss Justin's kindness and sense of humor, but mostly in going to miss him. I wish that I had known how badly he needed someone to be there for him as he was to so many people. R.I.P. Justin
Fadi ObeidAlthough I did not know Justin personally I can tell that he was a very articulate, trustworthy and kind individual. My condolences go to his family and loved ones. I am sure that Justin would not want us to mourn his death, but to celebrate his life, as short as it was. I hope that we all, starting with myself take this as a reminder to take stock in what we have and taking nothing for granted. Justin - You have left a legacy on this Earth that will never be forgotten by the people that you have touched so dearly. For that, I wish you peace my friend.
Auston KirbyMy condolences go out to the Longuey's and the MacDonald's. I can only imagine how hard this is for you when it's already this hard for me. Justin was always there for everyone and had an amazing heart. I wish you all the best of luck and I'm also praying for Justin's eternal peace and happiness.
Chloe BellJustin, your wholehearted goodness is of such rarity in our world and will be deeply missed. I have never met someone of such compassion and understanding, who constantly put others before himself and whose smile was as infectious as yours. You brought happiness, smiles, and laughter to those around you, and had such a deep impact on us. Most of us had not known true kindness until meeting you, and I hope we continue to follow your lead by passing on the kindness that you showed us. I hope you have found peace(hopefully a place with lots of chocolate milk, your favourite), I'm just sorry that it couldn't be here with us. You will be forever loved and missed, and I thank you for all of the happy memories, your kind words, and friendship. May you rest in the sweetest peace.
levi swannMy thoughts and condolences are with Justin's family and friends. Justin was such a kind, caring and respectful individual, always being there for those who were having a difficult time. He helped make everyone happy when they were down. He always knew how to put a smile on any ones face. He impacted me in my life to help inspire me to be happy. I hope both he and the family find peace in this difficult time. He will forever be loved by all of those who have been around him. May you rest in sweetest peace Justin, I will never forget you.
Stephanie TuckerTo Deb, Ashley and Jimmy I came to the visitation yesterday with barely a word to say. I tried to think of what I could/would say when I got there, but instead, hugged you and told you there was nothing to say. I couldn't think of any words that would show you how my heart hurts for all of you. I remember being at Ann and Brian's place and Deb was asking me if I remembered Justin (her baby) and I said of course and commented on what a good looking and tall young man he had become. Deb was beaming with pride...as she should be, and Justin was so loving and protective of her. Deb, you (and Jim) raised an incredible person that was able to touch so many lives. I hope that someday you will be able to focus on the 18 years of wonderful memories and not the darkness of these days. Please take good care of each other.
AnonymousDear Justin, Its been 1 week. 1 week since you flipped Laurier upside down. The halls are quieter and everyone seems to be stepping over your name as though it is a curse word. I am writing this to not only to say my final goodbye but also to thank you for bringing more awareness to the rest of us that are suffering. You are brave and although your passing was tragic and heartbreaking , you have saved many lives as well. I hope you have found the peace we are all looking for. When we got up for school this morning it poured rain - i thought for awhile that this was some higher power telling us that we had lost our sunshine. However I thought for quite some time as the rain hit my windshield and i came up to a conclusion - Rain washes away everything over time and despite the days when the clouds seem to stick around forever- the rain eventually does end. Sunshine always emerges from behind the clouds and life seemingly restarts. I thought at first to compare you to the sunshine but i soon realized that you were our rainbow. The beautiful creation that comes when the sun finally peaks out. Laurier is missing you. We are all missing you. The sun keeps coming out but there is no rainbow to be found. Laurier is strong and we are all walking this road together. I hope you can see how much you touched the lives around you and how you will remain in hearts of many for the rest of their lives. I hope you found your sunshine. Goodbye sweet Justin. - a fellow ram
Lake FamilyWe would like to express our deepest condolonces. It was very sad to hear of Justin's passing. My husband and I did not know Justin but our son Callum spoke of him often and always enjoyed being in Justin's company. Our thoughts are with you.
AnonymousIf Tomorrow Never Comes When tomorrow starts without me, And Im not there to see, If the sun should rise and find your eyes All filled with tears for me; I wish so much you wouldnt cry The way you did today, While thinking of the many things, We didnt get to say. I know how much you love me, As much as I love you, And each time that you think of me, I know youll miss me too; But when tomorrow starts without me, Please try to understand, That an angel came and called my name, And took me by the hand, And said my place was ready, In heaven far above, And that Id have to leave behind All those I dearly love. So when tomorrow starts without me, Dont think were far part, For every time you think of me, Im right here, in your heart.
Ross HodgsonI am so sorry that I was not aware of Justin's passing until today. Justin came to our school to perform twice this year, and he was such a kind person. He was a perfect gentleman who left a huge impact on both myself and my students. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Ross Hodgson
Sadie NeilMy thoughts and prayers go out to Justin's family. Losing a loved one is never an easy thing to do. I never knew Justin extremely well, but I recognized him as the super nice kid with a friendly smile always plastered to his face. He was so kind to everyone; I don't think he had a single rude bone in his body. Everyone always had the most positive things to say about Justin and he will always be remembered for his caring attitude. He will be missed by so many people, but the lively memories he shared with us will love on forever. Rest in sweet peace, Justin will never be forgotten.
a friendDear Justin, its been a few months now but we're still thinking of you and missing you like crazy, you were one of the most amazing people to come into our lives, unfortunately it seems the good always die young, always in our thoughts and never forgotten. We'll see you again some day soon..Rest in the Sweetest Peace Justin
Josh ObrienI remember when i ran away just to be with you the night you cried and we cuddled for hours. You will always be in my heart hunny. You CAN get it, so don't hoop it. My dad is looking for me and im at OUR tree, where you left the world.
Brad CollinsI remember all the goo time we had, capturing the point, riding on the payload and just pwning noobs. Too bad you got hit by that riptire, we would have won, but you didn't respawn, it makes me cri evrytiem. Imma Q the school in your name boi.
Brayden SinclairI guess you are with me now boi, i remember smoking up and drinking, stealing cars and crashing. Hopefully they keep your monument up. Me and Dee Fraiser and the fame will Ride with retardo for life. You and Ritardo both liked BMXs, especially riding with no seat and a long pole. I remember the scooter pole will, you were a natural.
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