Randy was born and raised in Lafayette, LA. He’s a classic example of a new Texan who got here as fast as he could. After helping his friend and neighbor, Justin Cop, move to the Hill Country years ago, he knew this was where he wanted to live and grow old. Figuring out how to make that transition became his goal.
Randy had a variety of professional successes before becoming a real estate agent. At the age of 17, he became a member of the National Guard and graduated number one in his boot camp class. After four years as an enlisted soldier, he graduated Officer Candidate School as an infantry officer. He was activated for Desert Storm and spent 12 years in uniform. Randy then attended LSU and graduated with an accounting degree. He went to work as a financial advisor and began achieving success as a Top 1% Agent in the country. In 1998, he was named Agent of the Year for Baton Rouge and in 1999 was Agent of the Year for Louisiana. He founded The Legacy Planning Group in 2000, and in 2008, he was featured in Forbes Magazine as one of "The Ten Most Dependable Wealth Managers for Women in the United States."
Randy has always been active in his community. He was elected and served two terms as Zachary City Councilman from 2002-2010. He was also a founding member of a youth soccer league, gave speeches at many area schools, and served as a deacon and chairman of the finance committee at his church.
By 2016, Randy’s daughter Randyl had graduated from LSU, and his daughter Morgan was away at nursing school. He realized the time had come that he could make the move to Texas. Randy settled in Fredericksburg and joined Fredericksburg Realty in 2017. In his spare time, he enjoys exploring his new home state, hunting and spending time with friends and family.
Randy's Private Listings
278 Acres | Midway | Madison County, Texas
This 278-acre cattle/recreational ranch has excellent rolling hills with some nice views to the west. The property is crossed fenced, and the fences are in great condition. There are three tanks on the property and one is a nice-sized 4 acres which has been used for duck hunting in the past.