On 7/25/20 11:25 AM, Paul Dorsey wrote:
> I never took him up on it, but, Randall offered to repair my steering
> wheel for free. Was it he or Â â??FTâ?? who made the slip about â??fluif' ?
Actually 'fluif' was Joe Curry.
I certainly can't say for sure, but Randall was a meticulous kind of
guy, and he might have explicitly named someone trustworthy and
knowledgeable in his will to handle his cars and parts and such. I know
I have, don't want to leave that burden to my wife if such an event came
about in my life.Â I've seen a few cartoons with varying interpretations
of the theme "I'm afraid that if I die my wife will sell all my cars and
tools for what I told her I paid for them."
Morbid frivolity aside, it would be nice if the Team Net community could
provide some sort of tribute to Randall.Â Whenever there was a fund
drive or such Randall was always one of the first to open his wallet,
and open it wide.Â He was a generous man, sharing what he could with our
For the moment, I would like those of you who are willing and able to
send me, firstname.lastname@example.org, photos of Randall, stories of his exploits
and such.Â I want to assemble a little web page to honor this gentleman,
to capture the memories.
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