The Goldendale Sentinel, Goldendale, WA., February 9, 1989, page 2
Leonard R. Randall-Arquette, Goldendale, died Jan. 31 from injuries sustained in a logging accident near Glenwood. He was 29.
Born June 26, 1959 in McCleary, Wash. to Leonard and Genevieve Arquette, he attended schools in McCleary before graduating from Rainier High School in Rainier.
He was employed as a logger in the Hoquium area before moving to Goldendale in 1968. He married Connie Crane Oct. 2, 1988 in Sunnyside. He was a member of the Church of Latter Day Saints and enjoyed hunting and four wheeling.
Survivors include his wife, Connie of Goldendale; a son, Leonard of Goldendale; mother, Genevieve Randall of Goldendale; father, Leonard Arquette of Medicine Valley; step-father, Willis Randall of Sunnyside; four brothers, Lewis Arquette of Goldendale, Leslie Strandberg of Central Park, Wash., Daniel Randall and Cory Randall, both of Centerville; four sisters Leolynn Duvall of Goldendale, Terry Porter of Sunnyside, Tina Butterfield of Axford Prairie, and Toni Sears of France; numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Feb. 3, at the Goldendale Church of Latter Day Saints, with Bishop Sheldon Shurtz and Kevin Dyment officiating. Interment was Feb. 6, in McCleary Cemetery, McCleary, Wash., under direction of Knosher Erdman Funeral Home.
Pallbearers included Lewis Arquette, Leslie Strandberg, Daniel Randall, Cory Randall, Keith Dixon, Edmund Ferry, Art Williams and Jesse Romero.