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January 18, 2008


Rick Lingenfelter

From the guy who thought he had no tear ducts, I have to say I got watery eyes (probably dust or something) and a heavy dose of chills watching the video. That is living Les. Really, from being sent to the brink of death to living life to it's fullest, what a year, what an example to us all. What a memory for Ian. Thanks for sharing.

Lois Lanham

Randy, this is freakin' awesome! I am forwarding this to my daughter Megan, who would be thrilled with the opportunity to jump out of a plane. (She and Ian have the same birthday - she's 21.) What an incredible experience you shared with your son. What a dad!

Janet Hurt

OH MY! WOW! The video was amazing, the next best thing to being there! I have to wonder what it is you were saying as you exited the plane? Thanks be to God for this incredible experience for you and your son! Great stuff right there!

Amy Auel

Randy, I was clapping and cheering for you while watching the video. Amazing! You are such an inspiration for life. Thank you for being you because no matter how you are feeling, I am always learning from you. Love you bunches!

cindy & don

That was quite a video. We really enjoyed watching. You made it look so easy and so fun:) Glad it was a great day for father & son!

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state fair musical

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    ian and emma are part of the 2008 cast of "state fair" performed at western high school.

Babes in Arms at MSU

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    Jenn (a sophomore at MSU) and her classmates perform "Babes in Arms" at the Wharton Center. April 10-20, 2008

grade school

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    most of these pictures were taken from 2 pics... and were cropped and enlarged to allow people the chance to enjoy all the fun stuff going on.

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