In Memory

Randy Helphingstine

Randy passed away in April, 2007.   He had two children, one of whom passed away shortly after he did, in August, 2007.

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02/09/11 04:06 PM #1    

David Garrison

I can't believe nobody has said anything about Randy. He worked his butt off as manager for just about all the sports at Southwest. He never got much credit for all the great work he did. I remember him from wrestling because he was the one who scrubbed down the mat night after night when we were done with wrestling practice. I won't forget him.

05/15/11 12:21 PM #2    

Donnie Bowerman

Dave...Randy was a great friend in HS and I had left a posting for him.  I've noticed today in going through all the notices that a number of the messages I left are missing or were deleted.  Trust me, Randy was not forgotten by me.

10/10/11 06:19 PM #3    

Margo Aldridge

I grew up 2 doors down the street from Randy on 80th Terrace. Our fathers both worked for TWA. We began at Hartman Grade School at the same time and went on to Bingham then Southwest.  He was part of the same neighborhood 'gang' as Julius Levitch, Jay (Jaybo) Barrington, Laura Margolis, little Janis Barrington, Connie Connell and myself who played outside until the street lights came on. I'll always remember Randy more from our younger days at Hartman and Bingham, and from the neighborhood. He was always a sweet and caring person who was from a good home. He had a wonderful smile and a great laugh.

05/21/12 09:26 AM #4    

Joyce Miller (Derr)

I remember when we were looking for lost classmates during one of our reunions and I searched for Randy.  He seemed quite taken back to find that I had gone out of my way to find him. He told me he didn't think anyone would remember him.  We talked for a couple of hours about our days at Hartman and Bingham.  Before I learned he had passed away I had attempted to contact him again but couldn't find a number for him.  I hope he knows how much people appreciated all he did.  Joyce (Miller) Derr

07/25/19 04:39 PM #5    

John Estes

Like the other memos i grew up on the block behind them on 80th street
We went to Hartman, Bingham and then Southwest.

I remember being in band and orchestra with him.
He was a great friend and will be greatly missed!!

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