Randy Henry got up early Thanksgiving morning to tune into WDIV’s parade broadcast. Randy Henry has an insatiable desire to engage fully in his community, church and family life.
Attorney David R. Henning is an accomplished legal professional with more than four decades of experience, serving clients throughout Hutchinson, Sterling, Buhler Lyons and McPherson Kansas.
Early Life and Education
Randy Henry has been a lifelong resident of Michigan and father to two children. Additionally, he has five grandchildren and one great grandchild as well as an extensive record of volunteer service in Michigan and beyond.
Indian Hills Community College was an instrumental factor in his successful career, where he made Dean’s List and had an outstanding 3.75 GPA.
His memberships include Kansas Bar Association, Southwest Kansas Bar Association and Rice County Bar Association. He practices family, criminal defense, personal injury and business law before state and federal courts of Kansas, with over 40 years experience and in depth knowledge of family law matters as well as proven trial lawyer skills.
Henry was best-known in the wrestling world for his time spent with WWE as an ECW Champion. While with them, Henry took part in various storylines with wrestlers such as Khali and Punk; also, known by many as “Sexual Chocolate”, Henry frequently engaged in romantic moments with Chyna and Mae Young during this period.
Henry first made headlines as an antagonist when he attacked Big Show during their tag team match on Raw on October 27. Henry would slam Big Show onto steel steps. Later that month he would attack Ryback before joining The Authority’s side at Survivor Series against John Cena’s team; at which event Henry was defeated by Ryback using a Meat Hook Clothesline and became part of their ranks instead.
Achievement and Honors
He has received many prestigious honors, such as the MPSE Career Achievement Award. Additionally, he has won two Academy Awards as both sound designer and re-recording mixer and has worked on over 100 movies as a sound designer and mixer.
Henry Henry is an outstanding community leader in Detroit. He has contributed his time and energy to numerous youth-serving initiatives – such as his basketball foundation that uses basketball to teach life skills – while providing hundreds of tours at WDIV to give young people an inside view of broadcast journalism.
Dedication to his work has earned him multiple accolades, such as the National Edward R. Murrow Award and over 20 regional Emmy Awards, not to mention multiple Grammy and Oscar nominations.
Randy Henry led an active life, yet always kept close ties with family and friends. He credits them all as being essential in shaping his career and life experiences.
He possesses an abiding passion for education, enjoying sharing it with others. Currently he teaches at a community college as well as possessing various professional affiliations and certifications.
His passion for learning can be seen in how he makes banana pudding, with its special combination of ingredients and flavors that were taught to him from his oldest sister Paulette before she passed away in 2021. Today he remains married to Linda for 50 years, has daughters Courtney and Lydia as daughters as well as son Nicholas; four great-grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews who remain.
He has earned millions through his career in wrestling. Additionally, he makes money through PPV appearances, brand promotions, weightlifting and acting.
He currently resides in a custom house of 4,518-square-feet in Austin that boasts open-air living space, an inground pool with curved wellsprings and outside furnace, three vehicle carport, nearby access to Lake Austin and country views.
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