Ayden and Wyatt were best friends, even though they may not have always acknowledged it to family and friends. Even from a young age, Ayden always had the unique ability to make Wyatt laugh. Ayden never met a stranger and was a loyal protector of his family. Wyatt had the ability to connect with others and loved people deeply. God blessed both Ayden and Wyatt with discerning minds, shaped by a fear of God, and they were not afraid to share their convictions. Ayden and Wyatt had a fierce love for their baby sister and were looking forward to modeling for her what a Godly man would be.
Ayden John Randle was born on June 11, 2009 and went home to be with Jesus on September 19, 2023. Ayden was a passionate and instinctive student of animal husbandry. God blessed him with natural athletic ability, and he had the capability to accomplish whatever he set his mind to. Ayden loved sharing his passion of everything that captured his attention. Ayden loved Jesus and had clear convictions and confidence, from the Holy Spirit, that guided his life.
Wyatt Brinkman Randle was born on April 10, 2012 and went home to be with Jesus on September 17, 2023. Wyatt had an uncanny wit that brought joy and laughter to his family and friends. God gave Wyatt a critical and discerning mind that allowed him to grow in his love for the Truth. Wyatt’s intuition and tender-hearted nature allowed him to love his family, friends, and animals passionately. He was disciplined and driven to make his own way. Wyatt’s pursuit of the Truth allowed him to experience the freedom of life in Christ.
Ayden and Wyatt are survived by their parents Ellery and Amanda Randle; their sister Sadie Randle; grandparents Betty Osborne, Jimmy and Leah Randle, and Dena and Scotty Sims; aunts and uncles Candace and Kyle Evans, Chase Harmon, Clayton and April Harmon, and Steven Hill; cousins Allie Evans, Roan Harmon, Jax Harmon, Banner Harmon, and Tyler Hill.
Ayden and Wyatt were preceded in death by their grandfather Warren Osborne.
In lieu of flowers, the family’s desire is that contributions be made to the families of Kaylee Nolen and Amery Glass, in honor of Ayden and Wyatt. Donations for Ayden and Wyatt may be made at The Cowboy Bank of Maypearl, https://www.cowboybank.com/
Matthew 19:14 “but Jesus said, ‘Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.”
At the request of the family, graveside services will be private.