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NEWSLINE: Randal Simmons story now a book
Lisa Simmons told the newspaper she wrote the book (it initially started out as a screenplay) mostly as a historical record for her and Randy's two children, Matt and Gabrielle, and their future descendants.
In late 2010, Lisa began writing down thoughts on her husband's life, a therapeutic process that had her alternately laughing, crying and screaming.
"He had compassion for the lost, the lonely, the sick, the poor, and the brokenhearted," Lisa Simmons writes in the book.
A quick check shows the book is now available for sale on Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com.
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