H.M. Patterson & Son-Oglethorpe Hill Chapel

4550 Peachtree Road Ne Atlanta, GA


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    Pichard K Justin Alford


    Since 2007, Justin has provided compassionate care to families in Atlanta, GA. Originally from Miami, Justin graduated from Wofford College. Following graduation, he was a diversion specialist for the state attorney in Jacksonville, FL prior to attending the Shepherd Broad Law School at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL. After working in law for 8 years, including a stint at a law office in Fort Lauderdale, Justin enrolled in Gupton-Jones College where he served as president of the Pi Sigma Eta Morticians Fraternity and graduated with highest honors.

    Over his ten year career in funeral services, Justin has received numerous accolades, including awards for exemplary customer service and management excellence. A member of the Brookhaven Rotary Club and the Buckhead Club, he is the former president of the Sandy Springs Lions Club. Justin is also a member of the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Philip. Justin and his wife are the proud parents to two sons. When away from work, he likes to ride and race bicycles, run, golf, backpack and fly fish. He is currently studying for his Certified Sommelier certification.

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    Shyra Anderson

    Funeral Director

    Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Shyra earned her degree in mortuary science from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in 2013. She is passionate about helping families honor their loved ones and is proud to be a part of our team. When Shyra is not serving families, she enjoys attending concerts, reading and spending time with her daughter, family and friends.
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    Deborah Cullar Cape

    Funeral Director

    Deborah Cape was born at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington, where her father was stationed in the military. She was raised in Texas and moved to Georgia in 1988. Debbie graduated from Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science and is a licensed embalmer and funeral director. She began a career in funeral service after raising her four children and working in both the building and real estate industries.

    Throughout her life, Debbie has been a dedicated volunteer in her church and community. An advocate for children, she worked for many years teaching Sunday school for high school youth as well as serving in several capacities of the student ministries of her church. She has also been a strong support for women, teaching and leading bible studies as well as hosting luncheons, dinners and events in their honor. In her time away from work, Debbie enjoys writing, cooking, traveling and spending time with her children and grandchildren.