Randy Terrace has been the location manager at Henderson’s Funeral Home since 1997. Born and raised in North Vancouver, Randy moved to Cloverdale to raise his family. Since that time, he has lived, worked and volunteered in the surrounding communities, calling Cloverdale home.
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult events in life and Randy is ready to lead his team of professional, experienced funeral directors in assisting your family with service beyond expectations.
Outside of work, you may see Randy coaching soccer with the Surrey United Soccer Club, a role he has held since the late 2000s.
Gwendolyn Elizabeth Clark
Gwendolyn Clark is a licensed funeral director and embalmer at Henderson's Langley Funeral Home. She began her funeral career in 2004 and graduated from the Canadian College of Funeral Service in 2007. Although she had a previous career, Gwen was interested in a profession with more meaning and insight. Funeral service was a calling she could not ignore. To be able to share the human experience through natural empathy and compassion is a gift. Gwen considers it a true honor to meet the families she serves while learning of a life once lived. Though challenging at times, she feels that being part of their experience is rewarding. Gwen continues to grow both as an individual and funeral director. "The grief journey is a difficult one and I am confident with my strength and faith," she says. "I can provide guidance and walk the road with those in need." Gwen knows the importance of family firsthand. Outside of work, her home is bustling with continuous activity, filled with love and positive energy. Her husband and daughter inspire her every day.
Rajkamal Dhanda was born in Chandigarh, India. After completing high school, Rajkamal earned her bachelor’s degree in English and psychology, with honors in economics. She speaks, writes and reads fluent English, Punjabi and Hindi. After marrying, Rajkamal moved in 1989 from India to Calgary, Alberta, with her husband. They have 2 children, daughter Baani and son Saahib. Her husband is a commercial pilot and real estate agent. In 2004, Rajkamal's family moved to British Columbia and she began her career in the funeral industry at Riverside Funeral Home in Delta, graduating as a licensed funeral director in 2008. During this time, she grew emotionally, socially and intellectually. "I believe that the experiences in both my personal and professional life have helped me to become a caring funeral professional for the families I serve," Rajkamal says. "The diversified experiences in my life have afforded me opportunities that would have perhaps otherwise passed me by."
As the daughter of a funeral director, Melodie Richards was exposed to the funeral profession early in life. These seeds that were planted in her formative years left a lasting impression.
Melodie was on her way to explore a career in the airline industry when a series of events led her back to the original calling she was meant to pursue. They say, “If you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life,” and Melodie is honoured to share her genuine compassion and graceful approach with every family for whom she cares. To Melodie, offering comfort and step-by-step guidance during the final phase of life is a privilege, and she knows firsthand the respect and dignity that is bestowed on a dearly departed loved one. She is grateful to work on our team.
Prior to becoming a licensed funeral director in 2016, Melodie volunteered at Langley Hospice. She lives in Fort Langley and is the mother of 4 beautiful children and a boxer puppy.
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