In Memory

Randy Booth

Randy Booth

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05/01/11 08:15 AM #1    

Randy Mease

We were all sorry to see you go buddy

05/02/11 11:37 AM #2    

Dan Shay

So many fond memories!

05/18/11 08:44 PM #3    

Marie Rich (Doyle)

Randy, you were a ray of sunshine during high school and even after.  We will all miss your sense of humor.

10/13/16 07:15 PM #4    

Sandy Booth

Randy died on 01/02/2006 in case you want to update this information for the file.  I miss my twin every day and I know many others have missed him as well.  I have heard from many over the years and I appreciate all the wonderful comments.  I will be there for the 50th reunion for sure.

10/14/16 04:06 PM #5    

Kim Rice

Sandy, I've got great memories of Randy and your whole family. (I even remember your black sheep dog, Boots). I was in and out over at your families place off and on and always had a great time. Those were good years and I 'll always remember him fondly. What a great smile. Hope to see you at our 50th reunion. Kim D. Rice




10/15/16 03:11 PM #6    

Tom Quiner

I remember playing baseball with Randy in Little League and at Perkins elementary school. In those days, we'd go home for lunch. I lived so close that I could be home in a couple of minutes. This was important. When the guys got back from lunch, we could play workie up baseball until the school bell rang announcing afternoon classes. Those who got back first got to bat first. Somehow, Randy always beat me back, even though he lived practically on the other side of town (or so it seemed to me!). As I recall, he played catcher on my Little League team, the Cardinals. Randy was a real nice guy.

10/16/16 01:47 PM #7    

Sandy Booth

Randy was always motivated to get back to o school to play baseball or whatever but never so much for classes. We lived on the north end of the Perkins area but not all that far from you. In today's world,  it would likely be considered far but we didn't don't know any different since my mother didn't drive. Lots of walking in those days. You were even closer to Franklin than we were. Hope all is well for you. 

10/17/16 10:25 AM #8    

Tom Quiner

Hi Sandy … I was trying to remember where you lived.  Was it on Hickman, just a little West of 44th?

10/18/16 07:09 PM #9    

Sandy Booth

Very good. It was 4412 Hickman and the house is still there but my father died back in 2004 so we sold it then. 

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