"Wilma Jean Morgan Randall was born February 8, 1920 at the old Ramona Hospital in San Bernardino to Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Morgan of Rialto. She lived with her parents and brother Al until she attended college. She earned her BA in Early Childhood Education from Mills College and married B. Michael Randall. Together they raised 3 daughters. Serving the community was always part of Jean's life whether working at the Rialto Historical Society, teaching generations of students, or visiting elderly friends. Her involvement was a way to carry on her family traditions as her parents were always her role models. Her father was a citrus grower and philanthropist who served on the first city council, introduced lights and electricity to packing houses and invented a citrus preservative that he donated to the industry. He supported the 1st Rialto baseball team, contributing lighting and bleachers for nighttime baseball. Her mother and grandmother were founding members of the Rialto Woman's Club in the early 1900's and helped establish the city library with the Woman's Benefit Society. Jean served as the Mills College Alumni Representative, and was active in Girl Scouts, Campfire Girls, Ticktockers National Charity League, Junior League, and PTA. She was superintendent and trustee for the Congregational church in Rialto for 20 years. She began her teaching career when her last daughter left for college and, after her retirement, was a reading consultant. She was president of the Rialto Historical Society for 12 years."