Kibbey A. George has worked as a funeral director for over four decades. He attended Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science, receiving his embalmers license in 1975. A third-generation funeral director following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, Kibbey serves his hometown of Belton, where he still resides today. He is also proud to serve at the McGilley and George Funeral Home in Grandview, Missouri. Although Kibbey is honored to be of assistance to the families and friends he has known his whole life, he is always ready to help new families as well.
Outside of work Kibbey enjoys riding his Harley, spending time with his family and letting his grandson beat him at basketball.
Since 2005, Lisa Dulaney has been blessed to work in the funeral service industry, including as a funeral director since 2015. Lisa received her education at St. Louis Community College, graduating with honors.
Lisa finds having a servant’s heart is an ideal quality in fulfilling her role as a funeral director, saying, "It brings me great joy to serve my families. Being of service to them during this difficult time means everything to me." She finds it important to help each family create a memorable celebration of the life of their loved one while suiting their wants and needs. Lisa does this by listening, answering questions and concerns and by asking questions relevant to each family's situation.
While Lisa is away from work you will find her spending time with her daughters, her grandchildren—more than a dozen!—or possibly out taking a country drive checking out old cemeteries.
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