Randolph Knoebel earned his degree in mortuary science from Mesa Community College in 1995 and soon after began his career as a licensed embalmer and funeral director. A kind and compassionate person, he provides the best care to Phoenix area families.
Randy extends his service to the community through various organizations such as the Rotary Club, Kiwanis, Glendale Chamber of Commerce and the North Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. He also volunteers with the Police Department and hospice and veteran organizations.
Randy is the proud dad of 2 beautiful children. His teenage daughter loves cheerleading and baking and his early-teen son loves video games and playing lacrosse. In Randy's free time he enjoys mountain biking, fishing, camping, golfing and cooking for his family.
Tiffany L Bennish
Tiffany is a licensed funeral director, embalmer and crematory operator, serving as a part of the Dignity Memorial® team since 2007. She graduated from Mesa Community College in 2008, earning her degree in mortuary science. Tiffany feels a lifelong call to funeral service and believes the greatest aspect of her job is the opportunity to work directly with families, meeting their needs and desires while ensuring a memorable and personalized experience. She is honored and humbled to professionally guide families through the saddest times of life.
If Tiffany is not in the funeral home you will likely find her dedicating time to the American Diabetes Association. In full support of their mission, she serves as chairperson for the Phoenix Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes.
Tiffany loves being a mother and spends countless hours at her daughter's dance studio. In her spare time Tiffany looks for new restaurants to try, loves salsa and enjoys family and good company.
Serving since 2015, the funeral profession is a second career for Margaret. Margaret graduated from Mercyhurst University in 1988 with a bachelor's degree in hotel and restaurant management and worked many years in management. Deciding to pursue something new, she began in funeral service as an assistant. Margaret's compassion for serving families grew and in April 2016 she became a funeral arranger.
When she is not serving families, Margaret can often be found volunteering. She serves as the co-president of St. Vincent de Paul conference at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Parish, where she once served on the parish council. Once a month she volunteers at Mom's Pantry in Cave Creek. Very active in promoting her family's architectural legacy, she serves on the board of the Texas Trost Society in El Paso, Texas.
Margaret is married, has 2 sons and is a huge Washington Redskins fan.
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