In Memory

Randy Smith

Randy Smith

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10/27/09 09:38 PM #1    

Larry Alexander Rice

Truly good friends are blessings in life. And I was truly blessed by your friendship. I think of you often. I miss your sense of humor and the fact that you were always there for Dana and I. You were and always will be one of the very special, most understanding and genuine people I have ever known. Thanks for some great memories, you'll never be forgotten.

03/24/10 05:22 PM #2    

Dubravka Hrgovcic (Romano)

Randy and I had a summer romance after my junior year. He was such a special guy! Kind and caring through and through. I was heartbroken at the news that he had died and even sadder that I had not known he was in Austin. I wish I could have told him how much he meant to me.

03/24/10 10:37 PM #3    

Jeff Kerr

I played on the basketball team with Randy. I can't recall him ever doing or saying anything that wasn't kind. What a wonderful guy.

03/31/10 09:45 AM #4    

Jimmy Everett

Randy, was one hell of a guy. I enjoyed all the years that we shared in football, and off the field. He will be missed by many.

Jim Everett

05/20/10 05:15 PM #5    

David Marion Wilkinson

You will never find a better man than Randy Smith.  Randy seemed lightyears ahead of us when it came to maturity and common sense.  He was kind, warm, funny, and had this real gentleness about him that set him apart.  He was a good and loyal friend, always told the truth, and CARED about other people.  We went hunting together back in the early 1990s, and it was like we'd never really been apart.  Randy is a terrible loss.

10/04/10 03:17 PM #6    

Claire Lynn Wiggins

Randy will always be in my thoughts. So many great times and lasting memories. He had a great laugh, smile, and sense of humor ... also, the kindest and most generous of people. It was great to reconnect with him at our 25 year class reunion. I wish he were here to celebrate our 35 year reunion.

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