I read about the story because it happened almost in front of my apartment. My thoughts and prayers go out to the friends and family of both the men killed in that awful crash. I pray that the little girl that lost her father will grow up as unscarred as possible. Everyone has a right to their own opinion but nobody wants to hear bad opinions when their hearts are breaking. I recently lost the father of my kids and all I can say to all of you that are hurting is that the awful pain does calm down. You will be able to breathe and sleep again. Hold on to the good memories of the ones that are no longer here. I personally did not know either of the deceased but there comes a time when bad things and criminal records are no longer relevant.
June 12, 2011 at 3:15 p.m.
I am the mother of his two children. No, Randy was not a saint. There is still no reason for some of you to bash someone that you didn't know. Everyone that cared about him is hurting. Nobody deserves to die like he did! Condolences are appreciated but the rest of you are heartless. I guarantee your opinions would change if this headline was about someone that you cared about. He lived his life and now its over...let him REST IN PEACE!
January 2, 2011 at 10:33 p.m.
People seem to forget that the victims of murders leave behind families. Randy was loved and he will be missed. And to Stan...you can go to hell! His son's birth had nothing to do with his death, so why the hell would you put that on here?! You should be ashamed of yourself to post links of his past under the story about his murder. If he was someone in your family you would be crying like we are! Nobody deserves to die like he did and he deserves justice like anybody else!
January 2, 2011 at 12:07 a.m.