History & Staff
We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.
Radney Funeral Home was founded in 1938 by Mr. William L. Radney, Jr. The funeral home originally operated from the Radney Furniture Company in downtown Alexander City. Later the funeral home was moved to a building on Alabama Street where it remained until the mid 1950's. The current facility was completed in 1953.
The funeral home continued to be owned by the Radney Family until May of 2006. The family then elected to transfer ownership of the funeral home to long time employee and manager, Randy Anderson.
Many changes in funeral service have occurred since the founding of Radney Funeral Home in 1938. Radney Funeral Home has adapted to these changes to meet the desires of the families that we serve. We view the funeral service as an opportunity to minister to the needs of our community.
Our Valued Staff
Randy Anderson, Owner
Randy is the owner of Radney's Funeral Home. He was born at the old Russell Hospital in Alexander City. He has resided in New Site for most of his life.
Randy is a graduate of New Site High School. He attended Central Alabama Community College and graduated from Auburn University at Montgomery with a degree in secondary education with majors in biology and political science. Before coming to Radney's, Randy taught science in the Tallapoosa County School System.
He graduated from the mortuary science program at Jefferson State Community College in Birmingham.
Randy is licensed as a Funeral Director and Embalmer by the State of Alabama and The Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards of the United States. Randy is also a life member of the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice and has attained the designation of Certified Funeral Service Professional (CFSP).
Randy is a member of Rocky Creek Baptist Church. He currently represents District Five on the Tallapoosa County Board of Education. He is married to the former Kim Koon and they have two sons, Ryan and Brayden. He has served as an officer of the Alabama Funeral Director’s Association and has represented Alabama on the National Funeral Directors Association Policy Board. He is past president of the Alabama Funeral Director's Association and is a past At Large Representative on the Executive Board of the National Funeral Director's Association.
Randy has been with Radney's since 1995 and has owned the funeral home since 2006.
Brian Cummings, Manager
Brian is a 1994 graduate of Opp High School in Opp, Alabama and a 1997 graduate of Jefferson State Community College with a degree in Funeral Service Education.
A licensed funeral director, embalmer and certified crematory operator (CCO), Brian has served the residents of Tallapoosa County and the surrounding area since 1996. He is a national board certified funeral director and embalmer and a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and the Alabama Funeral Directors Association. Brian is also a member of the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice and has attained the designation of Certified Funeral Service Professional (CFSP).
Brian is married to the former Krystal Boulware and they have two children, Clark and Maggie. They reside in Alexander City and attend Wayside Baptist Church.
Tommie Smith, Funeral Director
Larry McConatha, Funeral Director
Scott Jordan, Apprentice Funeral Director
Madison Brown, Apprentice Funeral Director
Madison is a 2015 graduate of B.B. Comer Memorial High School in Sylacauga, Alabama. She is a sophomore at Jefferson State Community College, majoring in Funeral Services. Madison is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Cindy Brazzell, Business Services
Kim Norrell, Business Office Administrator
Tammy Ozment, Family Services
Tammy is a 1988 graduate of Benjamin Russell High School and attended Central Alabama Community College and Lee University where she studied voice and piano. Before coming to Radney, she worked as an Accounts Receivable Administrator and Collector at Russell Corporation for 14 years.
Tammy is married to Cory Ozment and they have two children, Alex and Chloe. They reside in Alexander City and attend Marshall Street Church. Tammy and Cory are the Youth Leaders for Marshall Street Church and Tammy is the assistant Music Leader.