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Mr. Henry Randall journey began after graduating in 1988 from T.C. Williams High school in Alexandria, Virginia. Mr. Randall started working in the funeral industry in 1990 and immediately developed a great drive and compassion to help his community.
Mr. Henry Randall decided to make the funeral business a career and enrolled in the University District of Columbia. While diligently studying, Mr. Randall was an honor roll student in the Mortuary Science Program at the University District of Columbia. During his studies, Mr. Randall worked for several family owned funeral homes in Alexandria, Virginia. This assisted Mr. Randall in paying for his entire college education and paved the way for his success. On 1997, Mr. Henry Randall graduated from the University District of Columbia with his Mortuary Science degree.
Mr. Henry Randall is a license Funeral Director and Embalmer in Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and International. Mr. Randall had accelerated in the funeral business and the conglomerate funeral homes had a big interest in his embalming and funeral directing skills. Mr. Randall continued on the path to his goal and worked for conglomerate funeral homes for a long period of time. Mr. Randall decided to focus on a bigger dream, his own funeral business.
As the years moved on, Mr. Henry Randall started an extensive research to work on his business plan targeting Woodbridge and the Prince William area. Mr. Randall remained confident and believed that God was with him in his decision making to obtain a building at 1247 Easy Street, Woodbridge, Virginia for the purpose of providing efficient, dignified, sympathetic funeral service to the families of all economic level and faiths. Mr. Henry Randall dreams had been truly fulfilled when Randall Funeral Home, opened its doors to the community to provide professional, dignified and sympathetic services.
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