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Offline pmmarion

Randy Fletcher
« on: Oct 13, 2014, 02:30 »
A former house Tech at Hatch and former road Tech passed away this past summer. I do not know the exact date of his passing however will update at later time. Randy was a friend an coworker for many years. Many good times...RIP

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Offline SafetyRadman

Re: Randy Fletcher
« Reply #2 on: Dec 20, 2014, 01:01 »
How very sad to lose another “Good Guy” from our Nuclear family.

I had the great opportunity to work with Randy on a DOE D&D project once. Funny when I met him it seemed like I knew him forever. One of the best memories I had of him was when he would put on his goofy safety glasses and his Billy Bob teeth. It would crack me up and I would tell him what a “babe magnet” he was!

RIP Randy and know that you are missed my friend.

Offline litespeed

Re: Randy Fletcher
« Reply #3 on: Feb 17, 2015, 08:32 »
Very fond memories of Randy both at Hatch and here in Oak Ridge. Spent many Sundays grilling, cooking and telling lies. You are missed my friend!!

R.I.P.

MP

 


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