• Christopher L Jordan


    Christopher believes in dignified celebrations of life and prides himself on treating every family as his own. He is a supportive and caring man known for telling families to “stay on your feet.” Originally from New Summerfield, Texas, Christopher now lives in North Dallas and enjoys relaxing with family and friends in his spare time.

  • George De'Marcus Lewis


    George realized that he was meant to be a funeral director when he was in the fifth grade. That’s when George’s uncle, a motorcycle enthusiast who was always dressed in his riding gear, died. George’s grandmother had his uncle dressed for his funeral in a suit, which didn’t look right to young George. His uncle never wore a suit! George asked his grandmother about that choice, and his grandmother agreed that his uncle should be dressed in motorcycle attire. That's when George knew that he would someday do his best to personalize funerals, making sure a person’s final wishes and the family’s needs are met.

  • Debra Ann Haggerty

    Funeral Director

  • Rnetta Williams Mcdowell

    Funeral Director

  • Arthur L Mitchell

    Funeral Director

    Arthur has served families in the Dallas-Fort Worth area since 1988. Texas born and raised, Arthur is a graduate of East Texas State University. He earned his degree in mortuary science from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and is currently pursuing certification with the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice.

    He is an active member of the Pi Sigma Eta Mortuary Fraternity and Epsilon Nu Delta Mortuary Fraternity.

    In his spare time Arthur is involved in his church and loves spending time with his wife and their 3 children.

  • Pamela Sing Prater

    Community Development

    A licensed funeral director and embalmer with more than 2 decades of experience, Pamela believes in giving back to her community through professional, personalized and dignified funeral services. She graduated from Greenville High School in Greenville, Mississippi, and majored in biology at Mississippi State University. She continued her education at Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. She is a member of the National Funeral Directors and Morticians Association, Independent Funeral Directors of Texas and Epsilon Nu Delta Mortuary Fraternity. When she is not working, Pamela enjoys spending time with her family and close friends.