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Randolph Gray "Randy" Richardson Obituary
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February 22, 2020

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February 14, 2020
Our deepest condolences,

Dr Sohaila Ali, Dr Robert Gordon and Staff
February 11, 2020
My favorite teacher at Sykesville High in 66s. He was an adjoining property owner for 21 years. Luck of the draw I guess.

All of us will miss you.
Gilbert Fleming class of '66 SHS
February 11, 2020
Randy you will truly be missed. I loved our Wednesday early evenings and making sure your seat was saved by the window and our banter back and forth. You were such a sweet kind yet very entertaining with your stories and adventures to Florida. Always a great day when you and George could both make it in to one of your staples and favorites Brewers Art.....
February 9, 2020
In 1982, during my senior year of high school, Mr. Richardson was my world history teacher, and of all the classes I took, his was the most memorable. I remember how animated and invested he was in sharing his knowledge. I particularly remember when he showed us slides of his trips to Europe. I can still see and hear him when he showed us a picture of Michelangelo's "The David," and pointed out David's hand and how enormous it was. In 1986, after I had graduated from college, I had the opportunity to go to Florence and see the statue for myself. Everything Mr. Richardson said about it echoed in my mind. I also heard his voice as I walked around all the various cathedrals and the art museums. He made me want to see and absorb as much as possible. I also recall how he would use the overhead, and when he got going and didn't have something to clean it with, he'd wet his fingers and rub them across the transparency. A lesser teacher would have stopped and grabbed a paper towel or something, but Mr. Richardson was on a roll and pausing wasn't an option. Because he was so engaged, I was as well. For the past thirty years, I have been a high school English teacher, and I know that my biggest influence on how I carry myself in the classroom is Randy Richardson. And whenever "The David" comes up, I talk about it with the same exuberance he once did. And yes, I tell them about how big the hand is. I thank Randy Richardson for inspiring me, and I hope I'm half the teacher he was. My condolences to his family.
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