Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Monday, June 25, 2012
regrets to inform you of the passing of Randall (Randy) Lee Hardman on June
18, 2012 after a long and courageous battle with Leukemia. He is survived by
his loving wife, Eileen; his sons, Kyle and Clark and his wife, Valerie; his
daughter Kelli, her husband, Paul, and their son and Randy's only grandson,
Cameron. He also leaves behind his mother, Judy; his siblings, Robert,
Rhonda, Roxanne and Ric and their spouses and children. Randy was preceded in
death by his father, Leonard Verl.
Randall, known to his family and friends as Randy, was born in Whittier, CA, September 6, 1955, to Leonard Verl and Judith Lee Hardman. He was the eldest son of five children and grew up with a love for wrestling and scouting. He loved watching his children play sports and could always be found sitting in the bleachers or volunteering at their numerous games and activities. He was an avid golfer, fanatic football fan and NASCAR enthusiast. He loved music and enjoyed staying up to speed with the latest in technology and electronics. Randy made friends easily and valued his relationships.
Randy enjoyed a career in the fire protection industry that spanned 36 years. In 1979, Randy joined California Suppression Systems where he worked first as a sales person and then as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He became a vital part of the ORR Protection Systems leadership team and was promoted to Vice President, Western Region in 2011.
Throughout his battle with cancer, he was always so hopeful. At a time he could have been down, he uplifted those around him; that was Randy. His courage and positive outlook reminded his loved ones and those lucky enough to know him about the preciousness of life. He was, and is, an inspiration. The family sends a special thanks to the City of Hope.
A memorial service is planned for Wednesday, June 27, at 10:00am in the Chapel at the Pacific View Memorial Park in Corona Del Mar. A reception will follow in the Pool Upper Terrace at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach.
Pacific View Memorial Park (10:00am main building in the Chapel)
3500 Pacific View Drive, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625; telephone (949) 644-2700
Link to their website: http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Randall-Hardman&lc=4799&pid=158120481&mid=5143481&locale=en-US
Island Hotel in Newport Beach (following memorial service, Pool Upper Terrace)
690 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Link to website: http://www.islandhotel.com/
Friday, June 22, 2012
In its effort to provide useful safety training to manufacturing plants, warehouses, and production facilities, Creative Safety Supply has designed a quick-reference guide that explains the NFPA standards and codes diamonds.
Lake Oswego, OR (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
Material handling and storage can be a very dangerous affair in industrial plants and production facilities. It is very important for workers to know the potential hazards inherent in some of the products used in the manufacturing process, and the National Fire Protection Association's codes printed on materials including: solvents, acids, and poisonous substances are often indecipherable in the field.
With this in mind, industrial supply company, CreativeSafetySupply.com, has released a free NFPA Quick-Reference Guide to help workers easily understand the severity of the materials with which they are working.
This guide can be printed and posted in places where employees can quickly access its easy to follow illustrations of NFPA standard pictograms and explanations of each quadrant of the diamond codes.