Randy Scheffee Death

Randy Scheffee Death | Thunder Bay Sports Anchor Dead

Obituary: Thunder Bay Sports Anchor Randy Scheffee Passed Away:

Randy Scheffee has died on Monday, December 16, 2019 at the age of 57. He was the Sports anchor Of Thunder Bay Ontario.

Scheffee was pronounced dead at Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre with his family by his side, according to report.

Randy Scheffee Cause of Death

DeadDeath has not learnt the actual cause of Randy’s death. We gathered that he had been sick for awhile and was hospitalized before his death.

Reports say, Scheffe as surrounded by his children before his death. He passed away at the hospital where he was receiving treatment.

Randy Scheffee Career

Scheffee was excellent at his job as Sports anchor. He was an icon to television viewers in Ontario’s northwest, the insider people turned to for the latest on the Lakehead Thunderwolves, Thunder Bay Border Cats and Thunder Bay Chill.

According tbnewswatch, Scheffee was a life-long fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Cincinnati Reds and Cincinnati Bengals,

Tributes To Randy Scheffee

Randy Scheffee, Sports anchor Of Thunder Bay Ontario

As we look back on an emotional sports history, icon memories of the most encouraging, brave and genuine sportsmen start to the Finnish of scenes , the breathtaking statements that somehow get us riled up and excited for what we now believe is possible.

Thank you randy for all the memories at the Fort William Gardens we will remember your quick talk sharing some good moments of all games of the local teams u covered and days off when u attended the good ole rough house hockey teams .

Just few weeks ago I was with randy as I was covering the game as sports press reporter and he told me its one of the toughest jobs to do but u learn as u go at the Lakehead Thunder wolves hockey games and over the years Thunder Bay Thunder Hawks Thunder Bay Flyers and very much so all hockey that he was involved with will be deeply missed yes I’m very shocked to learn this sad news r I p Randy for sure will be missed at the Fort William gardens being sports press definitely will be different not seeing him around on his days off lol sports press never gets days off Randy Keep cheering on the leafs above.

Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the ability to handle the win with the dignity that we absorbed the loss. we will always remember u our thoughts and prayers go out to the family’s friends Colleagues during this time press media sports don Forneri