For everyone who is close to Randy, there are definitely warm sentiments that come to mind. Not only is he one of the most kind and humble men we know, he is passionate about his Faith and seeks the welfare of others at all costs. He is an immensely hard worker, but always takes time for others, to listen, to make sure they know how important they are. You can’t spend time in Randy’s company without knowing you we’re in the presence of Christ.
These are just a few pictures of things I remember about Randy, how serious he took caring for all the rafting equipment, the times we all spent in Silverton on Ironhorse Race Days (the Christ of the Mines sitting above the town), and something as simple as a columbine in the mountains that would have never gone unappreciated for its beauty.