Courtney began her funeral service career in 1997 and has provided compassionate care to people in Boston for more than 20 years. She believes deeply in her profession and has been a longtime advocate of the funeral industry.
Courtney lives on the North Shore with her husband and her beloved pets.
Sara Helen Collins
Born and raised in North Smithfield, Rhode Island, Sara attended college for engineering and served in the U.S. Coast Guard before earning her associate degree in funeral service from Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts.
Sara lived in Waltham for several years with her husband and 2 children until they relocated to Scituate. She then became the managing funeral director of the Richardson-Gaffey Funeral Home in Scituate. Sara takes great pride in serving the community as a Scituate resident.
For leisure, Sara is usually spending time with her family, reading, playing piano and taking walks on the local beaches or around the Scituate Lighthouse. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Scituate and Marshfield and has been involved on the board of directors for the Scituate Chamber of Commerce.
Dino C Manca
Dino has been a licensed funeral director since the early 1990s. He has worked in the North End since 1999. Originally from Gardner, Massachusetts, but now a resident of Revere, Dino enjoys helping at local church functions and playing a nice game of bocce.
Daniel D Hubbard
A lifelong resident of Braintree, Massachusetts, Daniel graduated from New England Institute in 1990. He has served as a licensed funeral director for more than a decade. Daniel is an active parishioner of the collaborative parishes of St. Thomas More in Braintree and Sacred Heart in Weymouth.
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