Former boss talks about PG&E worker killed in Tuesday's shooting rampage
One day after the deadly shooting rampage in downtown Fresno we are learning more about 34 year old PG&E worker Zack Randalls, one of three men killed.
Longtime friend and former boss Steve Spurrier described Randalls as a family man who couldn't take a picture without making a goofy face. The two were friends for fifteen years. Randalls worked for Spurrier at SS Motorsports in Fresno before recently going to work at PG&E.
He says Randalls was originally looking at a job in corrections. "This opportunity with PG&E came up and he actually chose PG&E because it was safer. Spurrier says he was in denial Tuesday after learning Randalls had been shot and killed. "It can't be. Just the odds to happen to a person like him, it couldn't be. It was just disbelief for hours."
Spurrier described Randalls as a family man who loved and adored his wife and two children. "If he had to drive a car that barely ran so his wife could have a nice car to drive everyday, that was him." Spurrier said when it came to taking pictures Randalls could get pretty silly. "It was rare to get a picture with him where he wouldn't be goofy, making a funny face, posing funny. Spurrier says Randalls had been working for PG&E for a few weeks. He says Tuesday was his first ride along.
There are two gofundme accounts set up to help the Randalls family. The first was set up by a friend locally; www.gofundme.com/zackary-randalls-memorial-fund A second account was started by a friend in Lemoore; www.gofundme.com/rbvnk4-zack-randalls