Who was Randy Tillim from Savage Garage?

PETROLHEADS were in mourning following the sad news that Randy ‘Savage’ Tillim had passed away in April, 2022.

But who was the YouTube star and how did he die? Here’s all you need to know.

Who was Randy Tillim from Savage Garage?

Tillim was an entrepreneur and YouTuber well known for hosting videos on his Savage Garage channel.

He was the founder and CEO of CLARUS Merchant Services, a successful payment solutions company.

The Harvard-educated businessman was also a business partner/ investor in car rental company Go Exotics that services the areas of Washington DC, Miami, Maryland and Virginia, according to its website.

He revealed on one of his Savage Garage YouTube videos that he had been an executive chef.

What was Randy's cause of death?

It has not yet been confirmed what the cause of the sports car enthusiast's death was.

An Instagram post on the Savage Garage account paid tribute to Tillim and confirmed that he had died on April 15, 2022.

It said: “It’s with the utmost sadness, and unimaginable grief, that we must inform you that Randy ‘Savage’ Tillim, passed away last night, Friday, April 15th.

“This tragedy is beyond measure. Randy was the most kind, generous, and genuine person we ever knew. 

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“He had a positive impact on everyone he met, and his legacy will live on forever.

“Randy will always be remembered as a true friend, and an icon. He will be greatly missed.

“Rest in Peace and “Stay Savage.””

It asked that his family be allowed to mourn and revealed plans for a service in his honour would be shared at a later date.

“We kindly ask you for privacy to allow the family to grieve this unfathomable loss," it said.

“We will communicate additional information regarding the Celebration of Life, once plans are finalized.”  

What is Savage Garage?

Savage Garage is a YouTube channel featuring Tillim as host.

In Tillim's own words, the show saw him and the team ‘play with exotic cars and hurt them’.

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It was popular among car fans and boasted 627k followers on the video sharing platform.

Its videos, which saw Tillim driving super cars and discussing his own collection, regularly racked up hundreds of thousands of views.

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