Randy was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. For 33 years Randy served as a Director of Housing at state universities; providing leadership for departments with budgets as large as $50 million and staffs as large as 800 people. Randy’s career took him to several states, but following a move to Arkansas in 2004 he knew that he had found the place he wanted to live the rest of his life. In 2009 he became increasingly concerned about the direction of our country and retired from his career in 2011 to become more involved in the community.
Randy and Pat Alexander met while they were students at East Texas State University. They have been married for 43 years. Their son, daughter-in-law and three grandsons live in Rogers. Their daughter, who was born with Spina Bifida, passed away at the age of 23 and now lives disability free in heaven! They attend Fellowship Bible Church of Northwest Arkansas in Rogers.
Randy believes that the challenges facing our nation and state can be met successfully by returning to the principles articulated in our Declaration of Independence and Constitution, as well as the Judeo-Christian heritage that played a critical role in the founding of our country. One of his foundational beliefs is that our inalienable rights are given to us by God, not granted to us by any government. Our liberty is what sets this nation apart, and he is committed to defending our rights in his service as a State Representative.