Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty is pleased to welcome Randy Hudspeth to the Mandarin/St. Johns office.
Randy joins Florida Network Realty after enjoying successful careers in business and education. He is also a retired U.S. Naval Officer, and the proud father of two sons currently serving on active duty in the Navy and Air Force. After his military retirement, he became the USS Alabama (BB-60) Battleship Memorial Park’s first Director of Development, and successfully lead an $8 million capital campaign to preserve their precious artifacts for future generations. As an educator he focused on at risk high school students, working to help them realize their full potential and achieve their dreams. Additionally, Randy served as a Campus Director at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, overseeing three Jacksonville area campuses.
When asked why he joined Florida Network Realty as a Realtor, Randy states, “I’ve been interested in real estate for years, and when I decided to obtain my license, I was immediately drawn to Florida Network Realty. Their company culture, focus on clients, integrity and reputation fits in perfectly with my personal beliefs and principles. I look forward to helping my clients realize their dreams, and the unlimited potential – both personally and professionally – for building my career as a Realtor and a trusted real estate advisor for my clients.”
“Randy is a man of integrity. He has a huge heart for helping and a knowledge base for solving problems and the vision to see something coming to avoid the pitfalls all together. Randy’s clients will be pleased with the full real estate service he will provide. We are excited to have him join our team,” shares Christine Scalf, Broker/Manager of the Mandarin/St. Johns office.
For more information, Randy can be reached by phone at 386.209.2400 or at Randy.Hudspeth@FloridaNetworkRealty.com and website: RHudspeth.FloridaNetworkRealty.com. The Mandarin/St. Johns office is located at 11576 San Jose Boulevard, Jacksonville, FL 32223.