Blue Ridge Says Goodbye to Randy Estabrook

Randy Estabrook

By: Morgan Mansfield/Sophomore Writer

Maintenance worker, Randy Estabrook, retired on December 14, 2017 after serving the Blue Ridge School District for over twenty years.  He will be remembered at Blue Ridge for all of his years of dedication and hard work that he put into the school district.

Fellow maintenance worker, Ron Cranage, said, “Randy was a dedicated, loyal worker; he was a valuable part of the maintenance department and mission.  Randy will be missed, I wish Randy all the best in his next adventure.”

As well as his fellow maintenance workers, Estabrook was well known and appreciated by many other Blue Ridge employees, including Blue Ridge’s Superintendent, Mr. Matthew Button.

“Mr. Estabrook was a very dedicated maintenance employee to our school,” said Button.  “I would like to wish Mr. Estabrook the best in retirement and thank him for all of his years of service at the Blue Ridge School District.”

Estabrook and all of his hard work will be dearly missed by Blue Ridge’s employees, students, and Estabrook’s fellow maintenance workers.  His twenty plus years of service have been a major part in helping Blue Ridge run smoothly, and Blue Ridge congratulates him on moving on to the next stage of his life.

Morgan Mansfield is a second year journalism student, taking on her junior year of high school.  She spends most of her free time singing, playing, or writing music.  Fascinated by the human mind, Morgan plans to obtain a degree in Clinical Psychology and become a therapist to help people work through their troubles.