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February 21, 2017

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January 8, 2013
When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight. ~Kahlil Gibran
I think about Randy a lot since his passing, the daily realization of how important someone is in your life after they are gone.
Randy was a fascinating human being, as everyone who knew him would agree. He was the most intelligent person I've ever met. He was passionate about the sports and teams he loved - ASU Football, Diamondbacks Baseball, Coyotes Hockey and International Soccer, which he would frequently remind me, is the most watched sporting event in the world. He had a wonderful sense of humor and could find something funny in to say from practically anything – from the many movies he had watched, experiences of life, news from around the world, even humor from his extensive knowledge of history and geography. He could carry on a conversation with practically any English speaking person from anywhere, and even some non-English speaking people as he could manage his way through some German, Russian, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
He was a friend like no other. His loss will leave a great void to many. My heart, my thoughts and my prayers go out to his sister Kim, her husband Alfred, their son and Randy's nephew, Christian; and also to his other relatives and everyone who knew him and feels grief from his loss.
Randy Wilkins was truly a blessing in my life and he will always remain my best friend.
January 8, 2013
Randy's quick wit and easy charm were evident, even as a child, during treasured family reunions at our grandparent's farm in midstate PA. He will be forever loved and admired by his uncles and cousins; the brothers, nephews and nieces of his dear mother, Shirley Hartman Wilkins. Randy's extraordinary legal success came at no surprise. We are so sorry that time and distance kept us apart, physically. But we remain close in spirit. Kim, Alfred and Christian: We are so sorry for your loss, share your grief and look forward to frequent reunions.
January 1, 2013
I don't know how to begin. Randy's passing was so sudden and it took me by surprise. He was such a great man, and a great customer. I was his housekeeper for 7 years. He was a very busy man, but he would take time out of his busy schedule to ask how my family is doing. He always greeted me with a big hug all the time. He was very good friends with my brother Eddie. Randy will truly be missed. And I will never forget such a great man!!! Love you Randy, from all of my family!!! Prayers to the Wilkins Family.
December 17, 2012
Randy was an amazing person and brought such joy to our lives. My mom and Randy were so in love and I couldn't wait to see them start their life together. Randy you will be missed beyond words. My brother and I will always remember the amazing person you were and how much you loved our mom.
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