In Memory

Randall C Phair - Class Of 1967

Randall C Phair

Randall "Randy" Phair passed away February 21, 1995 in Springfield, Missouri.  He was away on a business trip.

Randy took the familiar road from Lincoln Elementary to the Junior High to the High School.  From there he went on to the University of the Pacific and was a member of SAE.  He was involved in numerous activities such as Cub Scouts, YMCA, Little League, Middle League, and American Legion baseball.  While in high school he played football and basketball, being named Christian athlete of the year in 1967.

He and his wife Victoria have lived in Yorba Linda for a number of years where Randy was President of his own company.  Randy came from a family of Tigers.  His mother, Mary Ida '38, father Bob '37, and brother Rob '63 are all alums.

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04/28/16 03:39 PM #1    

Ken Stowe (1967)

I often think of my childhood friend since he passed in 1995.  Randy and I grew up together dating back to nursery school where our mothers first met.  We often played at each others houses.  The Phair's had a player piano in their downstairs playroom.  We had great times pushing the pedals and singing "On The Sunny Side of the Street."  They also had a cabin at Lake Arrowhead---appropriatly named "The Phair's Leaning Lair".'. Riding in their boat on the lake was a real treat.  Other times  were spent at the arcade in Lake Arrowhead village.  Good times they were.  We sort of drifted apart in high school, when Randy participated in varsity football, basketball,baseball.  I was not athleticaly inclined like him.

I last talked with "Herbie", his childhood nickname, just after my mother passed away in 1990.  I only wished we had spent more post SPHS time together. Maybe we would be social media buds on facebook or twitter if he were alive today.

R.I.P. "Herbie".

04/29/16 08:26 AM #2    

David Husner (1967)

Hi Ken,

I hope all is well with you. I agree that I often think of Randy.  We were all good friends together and had a lot of fun.  It's funny that when ever I fill out some website thats asks me who my best friend in school was I always put Randy.  I also miss him and his mother who was like a second mother to me and all of us. And yes the player piano, which when I grew up I had to have one, still have it and love to play on the sunny side of the street and sing.


David Husner

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