A Putnam County native, Marion Cliff Mullis grew up in Conyers, Georgia. In 1996, he graduated from Salem High School and went on to attend Valdosta State University. Clif then began pursuing a career in funeral service, completing an apprenticeship in Conyers and graduating from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in 2000. A licensed funeral director since 2001, Clif, his wife and two children live in Watkinsville and attend Cornerstone Church in Athens. He is a member of the Rotary Club of The Classic City of Athens and avid fan and supporter of University of Georgia athletics.
Rebekah E Cline
Rebekah Cline was born and raised in southern West Virginia. A graduate of Victory Baptist Academy, she received her associate degree in business from Southern Community and Technical College and went on to earn her mortuary science degree from Mid-America College of Funeral Service in 2005. Rebekah then completed her apprenticeship and became a licensed funeral director in 2006. She relocated to northern Georgia in 2015 and holds licenses in both Georgia and West Virginia. Rebekah lives in Jefferson, attends Jackson County Baptist Church and enjoys spending her free time with her husband and three children.
Michael G Frost
Michael "Greg" Frost is a native of Statesboro, Georgia, and attended Georgia Southern University. In 1987, he began his funeral service career in Statesboro and graduated from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in 1991, becoming a licensed funeral director and embalmer in 1992. Greg served Statesboro families for 13 years before relocating to the Athens area. He is an avid fan and supporter of Georgia Southern athletics and the Atlanta Braves.
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