The Randall’s raised three children, LuAnn, Pam and David while nurturing and growing their business together. It quickly became the largest local display of granite memorials and the only full service shop where families could see the granite they were purchasing and be involved in the lettering and design process all while developing a relationship of trust in Sunset Memorials.
In 1994, the Randall’s retired. Their daughter LuAnn and her husband Dan Jackson purchased the family business.
Dan and LuAnn met as 4 year old’s in Sunday School when the Randall’s moved to Cochranton to start the business. “Danny” welcomed the new little girl. They became fast friends and high school sweethearts. They married in 1973 and Dan went to work at Sunset Memorials soon after.
Dan and LuAnn have endeavored to model their lives and to operate Sunset Memorials with the Christian values they began learning as 4 year old’s in Sunday School.
The Randalls and Jacksons have regularly attended State and National conventions to keep up with advancements in the granite industry and memorialization trends such as cremation.
They have continued to expand both an indoor and outdoor display based on the understanding that families need to see the range of granite colors, monument styles and shapes, design and personalization all while considering budget.
Jacksons and their staff recognize a common goal with funeral homes and cemeteries to support loved ones in time of grieving and to prepare a final resting place of honor for every person.