Bryan was born and raised in West Jordan, Utah. Bryan met and married his wife, LouAnne Lillywhite Randall in St. George, Utah. Together they have four children, two boys and two girls. As a family, they enjoy camping, hiking, gardening and learning together. Bryan's hobbies include gardening, studying family history, running, camping, hiking and teasing his kids.
Upon returning from his LDS mission he was constantly asked what are you going to do now? His response was “I don’t know but I want to do something that is of service to others, something that people can’t do for themselves.” He truly believes that he is accomplishing this in serving others in the hardest times of their lives.
He was introduced to the Funeral industry by a home teaching companion many years ago. It was uncommon and difficult to get into this field since it is so specialized and there were few open positions. Bryan found his opening and was trained under Del Ballard at Goff Mortuary, one of the most remarkable and well respected funeral directors in the state of Utah. There, he learned to unconditionally serve others no matter the situation, “the family” was always first above anything else, and he has never looked back. He also learned that it takes years to learn the needed and challenging skills of a Licensed Funeral Director in addition to those needed for operating a caring and professional mortuary.
Bryan and his family relocated to Cedar City to work for a large funeral home in 2006 and in 2008 he was assigned to manage the Fillmore, Utah location. They loved and cherished their time there. They returned to Cedar City in 2010 and have been serving the wonderful people of Iron County ever since.
Bryan is often asked “How do you do what you do?” He simply says “It is what I do.”
When the opportunity came to manage the Affordable Funeral Services Cedar City location Bryan saw it as a way to make everything he learned in his career come together. Now families could be served in both a personal and professional way, while having peace of mind financially. Now when asked “How do you do what you do?” He says “It’s who I am, so it’s what I do!”