My prayers are with all family and friends involved with this sensless tragedy. We can not ask that Keenan Broussard be given a second chance. He must admit what he did was murder, and he must ask for forgiveness from our dear Lord. He must accept punishment as given according to our drunk driving manslaughter laws.
I know how hard it will be for a very long time, for the family, friends and co-workers of Randy and Allison. Only God knows why these terrible , heart breaking ,situations happen. I experienced a similiar heart ache when I was young , involving my Father who was a Police Officer. You all will experience many different emotions of anger, helplessness, guilt and grief.
I know you will all come together as a family to help the family of Randy and Allison. Try to concentrate on the promise of our Lord that Randy is in such a glorious place.
It will take a long time but after you experience the emotions of losing Randy, let them go. If you do not it will eat away at you like a cancer, and you will not be able to live the life Randy wants you to do. Trust me I know. A Rabbi once told me "we have the right to grieve, but not live in grief" May our faithful Lord give you all the strength to go through this difficult time.
Thank you so much for leting us know what a wonderful, special person Randy was. We will be praying for Allison's recovery.