Randy Turner

Class of 1967.  Randy earned 6 varsity letters in football, basketball, cross country, and track. As a senior, Randy led the basketball team in scoring, was named the team outstanding player, was third in scoring in the Southern Oregon Conference, was unanimous first team All Conference, and honorable mention All State.

Randy received a scholarship to Lewis and Clark college where he became the first freshman basketball starter in the school history. During his sophomore year, he became one of the best collegiate guards in Oregon; however, near the end of the season he suffered a career-ending knee injury.

He utilized his competitive energy in the work force and became one of the most successful business leaders in Oregon. From 1971- 1993 he was Executive Vice President of Precision Cast Parts where he was responsible for 350 million dollars of revenue and 3500 workers manufacturing cast metal products for the aerospace industry.

1994-1996 he was President and CEO of Selmet Inc. producing titanium cast products for the aerospace industry and golf products.

From 1997 to the present, Randy is President and CEO of Wyaman Gordan Titanium Castings producing aerospace engines and frames.