Moore Funeral Home & Moore Memorial Gardens

1219 North Davis Drive Arlington, TX 76012


  • Elliott Casey Rose

    General Manager

    Fourth-generation funeral director, Elliot Casey Rose grew up in Paris, Texas, and graduated from Paris Junior College, Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and The University of Texas at Arlington. With 25 years of experience and a true passion for the families he serves, Casey’s funeral service career has taken him to various places throughout Texas including Austin, Dallas, Deport, Houston, Lubbock, Mt. Pleasant, Paris and Ft. Worth. In his free time, he enjoys good food with friends and family, skydiving, cooking, golfing and billiards. Casey is a member of the Broadway Baptist Church of Ft. Worth.

  • Susie Sorrelle


    Since 2013, Susie has provided compassionate care to families in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. She earned her degree in funeral directing from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 2018. She is proud to be a part of our team and honored to serve our community.
  • Kari Diane Drake

    Funeral Director

    A Dallas Institute of Funeral Service graduate, Kari Drake has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer since 2009. She is dedicated to the families she serves and feels honored to care for and guide them during a difficult time in life.

  • Bill Anthony Reeves

    Funeral Director

    Bill is originally from a small farming community located in South Mississippi. He attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, where he received his degree in mortuary science in 2012. Bill is devoted to serving families and providing complete care during their time of need.
  • Anton Charles Sheppard

    Funeral Director

    Anton has been providing funeral services to the families in the Dallas-Fort Worth area since the late 1980s. He works closely with each family to provide a fitting celebration of life for their loved one. Originally from Mississippi, Anton has made Texas home and enjoys spending time with family, listening to music and improving his golf game.

  • Cindy Lewis-Simpson

    Funeral Director

    After the death of her grandmother, Cindy Lewis Simpson found her calling, amounting to a funeral career spanning over 35 years in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and now serves on our team as a funeral director and family care liaison. She believes it's an honor to serve families during challenging times. Away from work, Cindy stays busy tending her flower garden, traveling and taking dance lessons. She also loves spending times with her 2 children, 2 step-children, 6 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.

  • Nicole S Kelly


    Nicole is a native Oklahoman who graduated from John Marshall High School and earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Funeral Service from the University of Central Oklahoma. She is a licensed funeral director and embalmer and has been in the funeral industry for 25 years. Nicole is proud to be a part of the Dignity Memorial team and believes in providing a high standard of service excellence to those she is privileged to serve.

  • Crystal Joy Poppell

    Funeral Director