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March 06, 2015

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May 8, 2012
His humor. Yelling to my mother in the back room "Mrs. K", Mary is trying to kiss me! We stayed friends and celebrated many BDs at OJs just to laugh and be in the now.... Your pottery work was always respected by my mother. She loved you and for being my first boyfriend, I couldn't have asked for a better friend. We stayed in touch and went with the flow. Smiles mean a lot and you had one to shine. Bye Randy....Later!
Miss Mary
May 8, 2012
My first boyfriend.
First guy I kissed, first guy I hugged.
We lived in Blossom Hill Manor. I was 14 and he was 15.
I liked his smile and I will always remember the smell of his suede jacket.
May 8, 2012
Randy, you would never have dreamed how much you inspired me. Sorry it has been a few years since we last spoke, but when people asked me where a great place to eat was, I would say Joe's and sit in Randy's section. You never passed by me at the counter or at a booth with out stopping by and having something off the wall to say. The trinkets you would make and carry around to show people your artistry in wood, let many see the man of many talents you were. I may not visit Joe's much these days, thanks to the 90 pounds I have lost, but my thoughts will always be of you and your special way with people. There truly were no strangers in your life, just friends you've yet to meet. Phil Doetsch
May 8, 2012
Randall Garth was a true friend to those he loved...his ceramic art, his musical talents, his sense of humor, his love of baseball...too many memories to post here. It was a privilege to share many moments that were special in my life with him. Aloha, Randy!
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