In Memory

Randy Wuchter

Randy Wuchter

 In addition to his loving wife and his father, he is survived by three brothers, James D. Wuchter and his wife, Jeanine, Steven D. Wuchter and his wife, Lori, and Robert M. Wuchter, all of Moore Township; two sisters-in-law, Louise Braren wife of Michael Haldeman and Helene Braren, both of Forrest Inn; two brothers-in-law, Christian and Kenneth Braren, both of Danielsville; aunts and uncles; nieces and nephews and a great-niece and great-nephews; best friend and companion, Rufus the cat.

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08/26/09 11:12 PM #1    

Lori Shellhammer (Reed)

Remember our first reunion? The 5 year one? Randy asked me to dance and I didn't know him! He had this huge, red afro and I just didn't recognize him. He must've loved to dance, because he was really pretty good! At fast dancing yet! He asked me to slow dance for one song, so I did. He whispered in my ear "do you know who I am?" I didn't. He said "Randy" and I was floored! LOL

Thanks for the dance, Randy.


09/06/09 07:34 PM #2    

James Dobrzyn

I knew Randy since junior high,He was one tough sob,One time i got mad at him on the tech buss and tried to slap him he grabbed my hand and i couldnt move it then I tried to do it with the other hand he grabbed that one he just held my arms there like a rag doll and i was a pretty big guy Randy just laughed and at me, was I mad then he just made me laugh, we have been friends since Ocassionally id run into hima nd we talk for a long time,and Lori he as a great dancer no one did the robot like Randy he perfected that dance at he Klecknersville dances,Randy passed doing what he love to do riding his Harley Davidson, I worked with Randy at deville blouse in 75 Hew as a hard worker and and always smiled, thats the type of guy he was

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