In Memory

Randall Claude Freeman

Randall Claude Freeman

Born: 05/19/1950

Died:  05/20/1980

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01/28/09 06:15 PM #1    

Gayle Marie Smith (Clodfelter)

I grew up with Randall in church and school. He loved people and never met a stranger. He enjoyed life to the fullest! I miss my friend !

01/28/09 09:23 PM #2    

Deborah Yvonne Miller (Pomponio)

I also grew up with Randall at church and home. I was sad to hear of his death back in 1980, and at such a young age.
My favorite memory is when I "sponsored" him at homecoming...he was a football player, and I walked across the field with my brown pill-box hat and gloves to match. Such memories! They are precious.

04/03/09 05:02 PM #3    

Christine Michele Chrismon (Drake)

I also have many fond memories from Church and school, Debbie, I still remember that hat. My Mom told me when he passed. Randall was a very nice young man.

07/26/09 05:52 PM #4    

Pamela Gene Evans (Idol)

Randall was in my home room. He was such a gentle giant to me. He had such a soft spoken voice, and such a great laugh to share. I went back in the annual (Aquila 1969) and read his comment which ended with a friend forever, Randall. This absolutely touched me with his other message written, he had a heart of gold and always cared about his friends and fellow classmates in general, and loved everybody. What a wonderful friend, classmate, and man we have lost, but we will never forget him. Here's cheers to you Randall, may you always be a part of our lives,you have set a great example while you were part of our high school lives and still part of our lives now celebrating out 40th reunion. We will feel your sprit with us during our celebration, and you will never be forgotten. Sincerely, Pam Evans Idol

09/20/09 06:21 PM #5    

Arthur Javan Whitt

Randall was in my wedding and one of my best friends, we worked on cars together many late hours and around midnight we would go to Rancho's and eat. One of my best memories was one Sunday evening we were sitting at the car wash at 5-points and a Highway Patrolman pulled someone from Virgina across the street at the drug store. He looked at me and said "that's no way to treat someone visiting our state" we jumped in his red 64 chevy and came out sideways with the tires smoking, last I saw was the officer throwing the license back in the Virgina car, we pulled in his garage pilled the door down and watched the patrol car go up the road, got in my car went back up to 5-points, uh - we didn't get his car out for the rest of night! I'll miss him forever, Javan Whitt

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