The Reverend Dr. Randy McCloy
Randy is a life-long Memphian who attended college at Yale University and Rhodes College. He received his medical degree at University of Tennessee, and completed post-graduate training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He practiced gastroenterology in Memphis for more than 40 years.
He has been a member of Holy Communion since 1980. He served twice on the Vestry, once as senior warden. Following his discernment process for the Diaconate, Randy earned a master's degree in the Arts of Religion at Memphis Theological Seminary. He was ordained at Holy Communion in 2009.
Randy and his wife, Linda Kay, have four sons and six grandchildren. Before returning to Holy Communion, Randy served as deacon at St. Andrews Church, Collierville for a year.
His hobbies include golf, skiing, hunting and travel with Linda Kay, especially to visit their grandchildren. In addition to his liturgical duties, Randy is interested in pastoral care, and especially the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those near the end of their lives and those experiencing the journey with them.