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Re-creating What It Was Like Before Noah's Flood

Passing of Our Dear Friend Randy Jenkins

CEM Vice-President Graduates to Glory

"Randy" Jenkins was a member of the original team that volunteered to assist Carl Baugh perform the first Dinosaur Footprint excavation on the McFall property in April of 1982. He was a healthy teenage boy with a strong dedication to search for the truth.

Randy helped in removing the limestone "overburden" so the Director could delicately excavate through the clay "marl" down to the footprint layer. He played a role in discovering the first 16-inch human footprint just 20 inches from an Acrocanthosaurus dinosaur footprint. And, he discovered a human handprint in the continuing trail of human and dinosaur footprints.

Randy earned a Masters Degree from Liberty University and taught at Newman International Academy in Cedar Hill, Texas. For eight months he struggled with a stage four glioblastoma brain tumor and went to be with his Lord on February 16th at his home in Grand Prairie, surrounded by his family.

Randy never wavered on his Biblical and academic discoveries relating to the co-existence of man and dinosaur. His long service at CEM is greatly appreciated.



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