Discussion in 'The Break Room' started by Michelle, Aug 9, 2017.
RIP my friend
RIP. What's the story on that?
REST IN PEACE my friend..
Very sad to hear that.
RIP Randy (Archangel)
Sorry to hear that, always enjoyed his posts.
Wow, did many deals with him over the years, that is really sad.
God bless him and his family.
you were a good guy.. I will remember you randy
RIP. Look like he is young 35? I recently saw is peeba.com sales post. Sad he need little money in the end but NP didn't help him. I know he is hospital from his peeba post & what is the exact issue?
rough news, an honest good guy in the industry, will be missed...
Sorry to hear. RIP Randy.
Damn RIP .
Very sad, Rest in Peace Randy and God Bless your family .
Rest in Peace Randy.
Randy to the best of my knowledge had been sick for a long time, I remember early on him posting something along the lines that he had these horrible ailments and was lucky to be alive. Then I thought he got better or stabilized. Then he was in hospital for liver disease.
He was a bright guy, I remember the time when that one troll messed with him and posed as him in his avatar that person seems to be long gone, but that thread was a heated thread that really got out of hand. In the end I think that guy got chased out of here.
@Michelle did you get contacted by family? I had checked Google, Ohio obits for him, Facebook, etc...
Here is a story on Randy https://www.timesjournal.com/community/article_da8c2b0f-11be-56c9-810a-483304c8d3b4.html
Poor guy really dealt with a lot
From the article:
His earlier attempts at a writing career were truncated following a diagnosis of neurofibromatosis type two (NF2) at the age of 16. Pendleton shunned the notion of normalcy, opting instead to adopt defeatism, to accept that he will never live a normal life.
Despite bilateral deafness and paralysis in his face and right hand, he continues on the alchemy of building a career utilizing his writing skills, with the pursuit of recognition in his eye–for himself and for the entire disabled community.
Rest in peace, Randy. I had a couple interactions with you and I came away from them with a good personal feeling.
I have him on facebook. Hes family posted
They said he passed peacefully
Thank you very much, I made sure all domaining knew and did a blog post.
This was an open letter Randy wrote in 2006
Oh! Rnady, rest in perfect peace. Domain community will always remember you.
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