2007 Realtor Associate of the Year!
Life Member, Multi Million Dollar Club
Member, Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate
A full-time Realtor since 1994, Randy has been a Memphian since 1985 and has served the Memphis community in numerous civic and philanthropic capacities.
Realtor Involvement & Awards
Randy was recently honored as the 2007 Realtor Associate of the Year by the Memphis Area Association of Realtors which currently has just over 5000 members. Randy is also a Life Member of the Multi Million Dollar Club, a Graduate of the Realtor Institute (GRI) and an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR). He has served The Memphis Area Association of Realtors (MAAR) as chair of multiple committees and currently serves as a Trustee for MAAR’s Education Foundation as well as a member of the Professional Standards Panel which rules on ethics violations for members of the Memphis Realtor community, and as a member of the MAAR Benevolent Committee. He has served on several MAAR task force projects and has received nominations for the Board of Directors for both MAAR and the Multi-Million Dollar Club. Because Memphis enjoys one of the strongest and most respected Realtor organizations in the country, Randy is proud to be involved in maintaining the extremely high ethical code to which Memphis Realtors adhere. He is also proud to be a part of the Hobson Company, which is also known for extremely high standards of professional and ethical conduct. Put simply, no one deal or commission is worth the reputation of any serious Realtor or their reputation.
Community & Civic Service
Randy’s has a deep commitment to community service. He has served on the Board of Directors of several civic organizations including the Goodwill Boys and Girls Club, The Phoenix Club, Memphis Rebel Club, Carnival Memphis, Botanic Garden Avant Gardeners, and The Dixon’s Young at Art. He was named “Volunteer of the Year” by the Calvary Street Ministries, a help center for the homeless, addicted, and mentally ill. He also went as a missionary to Honduras, where he helped build a house for a family and worked in the pharmacy for the medical portion of the mission in the slums of the capitol city and a remote mountain village ravaged by Hurricane Felix.
Family & Hobbies
Born in Greenville, Mississippi, Randy grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. While in school at Ole Miss he met his wife, the former Margaret Heiskell, a native Memphian, who spent part of her childhood in Sumner Mississippi. Their son James is currently a freshman at Ole Miss after graduating from Briarcrest Christian School, and their daughter Katherine is a first grader the Hutchison School. Randy and his family are parishioners at St. John’s Episcopal Church, where he serves as a Lay Eucharistic Minister and has served as a Sunday school teacher, Acolyte Master, and committee chairman. Randy is also a member of the Ole Miss Alumni Association, Phi Kappa Tau Alumni Association, and formally a member of Rotary. His hobbies include golf, hunting, and reading and he is an avid (some would say rabid) fan of Ole Miss Football. Randy has recently taken up painting, and has shown and sold his work at three shows in Memphis after just a year and half of picking up the brush.