Four years ago today we lost Randy to a drunk driver. We miss you dearly.
Three years ago today. It is still so hard to believe that Randy is no longer with us.
We were lucky to have Alison over for Thanksgiving dinner a couple of weeks ago. Our time together is so special.
It's two year ago today that we lost you Randy to a drunk driver.
We miss you.
Randy, it was 2 years ago this Thanksgiving weekend that Alison and you were at our house.
We miss you dearly.
Your always in our thoughts. We love you and miss you
It’s hard to believe that tomorrow Randy is the one year anniversary that you were taken away from us. You are so dearly missed.
Alison is coming up tomorrow to continue our Thanksgiving tradition. We will have a place sitting set for you as a memory of the wonderful times we all shared at Thanksgiving.
Please help Alison tomorrow as this will be a very difficult day for her. Our hugs and kisses will comfort each other but the loss you being here continues on.
We love you and miss you so dearly.
Happy 51st Randy.
We love you and miss you.
It's been 8 months without you in our lives. We so dearly miss you.
Words cannot describe the grief this senseless act has put our family through. It was only 10 days ago that Randy and Alison were over to our home for Thanksgiving dinner. I keep reliving that day in my mind, knowing Randy sat at the head of table with Alison along side him. We have a wonderful visit and the main discussion during dinner was the trip to Florida and how they were so looking forward to it.
Randy had a passion to what he did as a police office. Protecting us all from crime and taking drivers off the road who make the decision to drink and then drive. There are NO second chances here for Keenan. Keenan made a decision that night to drink and drive. He turned his vehicle into a loaded weapon and created this senseless crime and should not have happened.
It was only last month that Alison and the family had to deal with the death of her father Joseph, now we have to deal this terrible loss.
The local media in Toronto continue to pay respect to Randy. We hear from other Police officers that knew Randy and tell everyone on what a terrific officer Randy was.
I have always herd and read about drinking and driving but this is the first person I know who have died from this crime. I’m having a difficult time with it. My wife Andrea cannot function properly. We are all in shock.
Our focus now is Alison. Family, friends and Police officers will come together in this time to lend support to help Alison in her time of grief. Words and hugs will never bring Randy back. He will always be in our thoughts and we prey for Alison.
We love you Randy.