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January 23, 2008

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Don Baugh

We all will miss Randy greatly. Fortunately, he had the vision to leave a lasting legacy, Port Isobel Island. As the person who negotiated the gift of Port Isobel, I had the privilege of learning from one of the Bay's finest legends. Imagine Randy, the captain of a 110-foot three-masted schooner, or Randy growing oysters in an improvised fashion--egg cartons coated in concrete (the cartons dissolved), or Randy single-handedly planting thousands of trees on Port Isobel--he was definitely one of a kind. He will always be with us, fortunately, as we are living his dream at Port Isobel, experiencing his Chesapeake, and teaching the next generation to do the same. Thank you Randy.

Mary Tod Winchester

A visit with Randy always brought a new project or idea. You knew it was happening when you saw the twinkle in his eyes. We are so thankful at CBF that one of his special projects was the family's Port Isobel Island retreat. Randy's twinkle turned into a starburst. Port Isobel became a CBF education center and has turned thousands of visitors into Bay Savers. We are thankful for Randy and his family's generosity and vision for making a positive difference for the Bay.

Claire Hudson

Even though I am no longer with CBF, my trips, memories, and knowledge gained from Port Isobel will always remain close to my heart!! I am so glad that so many students have had the chance to experience all that PI has to offer. I hope someday that I will be able to give my students the opportunity to visit Port Isobel and its wonderful staff!

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