Randolph Hunter

randolph hunter
M. Randolph Hunter IV passed away at home on Feb. 5, 2012. Randi was employed by Fremont Unified School District for over 25 years, teaching at Mission Valley and Warm Springs Elementary schools. He is survived by family and many loving friends and students. A 4:00 P.M. memorial will be held Thursday, February 9th at Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel of the Angels, 40842 Fremont Blvd., Fremont.

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  1. Randy,
    I am sorry we weren’t there for you.
    I love you and you will be missed. Say hi to mom and dad for me.

  2. CandleMr. Hunter was my 6th grade teacher. I am deeply saddened to just now learn of his passing. He had a profound impact on my life and he will be deeply missed.

  3. Happy father’s day, Randy. I miss you. I wish I could have met you in person. ♥️

    Not many people knew about me. I was his only daughter.

    He mailed me a letter in 2007; I replied in 2009.
    I am 43 years old.

    I like to come on here, occasionally, and read the impact he had on children’s/people’s lives.

    Life. Is. Interesting.

    He taught me a lot in the little time I had him, and I am just going to be grateful I got to hear his voice and know that somewhere out there, over the years, he was thinking about me and missing me. Meanwhile he helped a lot of kids it seems. It is all so… bittersweet.

    He was never in my life, but he was still always my dad. The missing piece.

    Peace to all. ✌🏼♥️🎸

    • Randy just said, somewhere across the veil…

      “I love you, baby girl.”

      “Give them a butterscotch for me.”

      -Randolph Hunter (my youngest son’s middle name is “Hunter”)

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