Randy E. Richmond

Randy E. Richmond
Photo Copyright June 2004 by Anthony W. Pahl; taken while visiting Randy in Iowa from Australia

A lifelong Iowan residing in Waterloo, home of the Navy’s Fighting Sullivan brothers, Randy married Jan between two tours in Vietnam and have two great kids and three wonderful Grandchildren who they are taking pains not to spoil too badly! (heh heh)

His father before he, himself, and his son, have the distinction of being three generations of vets who signed their enlistment papers at the tender age of seventeen. Randy entered the Army in Feb. 1968 and served in Vietnam from Jan. 1969 – Oct. 1970. He states: “I am not a combat vet (God bless those who were), but worked hard, played hard, am proud of my service and was no closer to home.”

Recently retired from John Deere where he worked in their foundry for 26 years, Randy is enjoying, at least for a time, being able to do whatever he chooses. Sometimes that’s writing, sometimes walking fields or creek banks looking for artifacts.

In his words: “This is a great site in which I’m proud to be able to share! Thanks for including me… hope you enjoy!”

Index of Club Writings


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