Alps Wire Rope Mourns Loss of Randy Duenn

Alps Wire Rope Corp.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Randy Duenn

Randy Duenn Obituary:

This past weekend a dear friend and colleague, Randy Duenn, ended his battle with Prostate Cancer by passing away quietly in his sleep. Randy spent most of his career in the wire rope business starting with UNA-Anchor Wire Rope as Warehouse Manager, then Criterion Metals, and finally Alps Wire Rope Corporation as one of our key Customer Service personnel.


Those who knew Randy can certainly attest to his fun loving nature and positive attitude.  He was always attuned to the things that mattered, and seldom wavered in exuding a positive outlook on everything.  Anyone who got to know Randy always got know him.  He never held back in displaying his larger than life personality.
 

Randy is survived by his wife, two daughters and grandchildren.  He will also be missed by his second family here at Alps Wire Rope.  If a man’s life is but a vapor Randy was a giant cumulus cloud at sunset, large and full of color.  You will be missed big guy…

Arrangements:


Meadows Funeral Home
3615 Kirchoff Road
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
(847) 253-0224

 

Visitation:  Thursday (October 18th) - 3:00 to 8:00 PM

Funeral: Friday (October 19th) -   11:00 AM

Alps Wire Rope Corporation in Saint Charles, IL will be operating at partial capacity on Friday, the 19th.


Brad Benner/President
Kim Riscossa/Marketing
kriscossa@alpswirerope.comAlps Wire Rope Corporation

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