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Remembering Randy Flowers: A cherished neighbor

To all who knew and loved Randy Flowers:

Randy and Alfred Flowers and their sons were not just my next-door neighbors growing up on Greensburg Street; they were and are part of my extended and close family. Flowers on one side, Montra and Richard Wethington on the other; couple that with my parents Dr. Todd and Ilene Jeffries and you can see how blessed I was to live in the wonderful Greensburg St. neighborhood...the Judds, Allisons, Collins, Dillons, Clarkes, Cobbs, Burleys + Montgomerys, Chapmans, Dillions, Cunagins, Comers, Troutmans, Dohoneys, Abels, Caldwells and others who became neighbors through my childhood years are all a part of who I am today, because I learned something from each of them.

Randy was special, close in my life, as is Alfred; both have been a cherished part of all of my life along with their sons Jim, Robert and Joseph, whose friendship remains so important. Columbia, Adair County has lost a valuable friend and long-time community asset. All of us who knew this remarkable woman are blessed.

s/Ms. Bradley Jeffries
Sanibel, FL
RANDY FLOWERS



This story was posted on 2008-04-22 20:04:19


 

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