Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary & Cemetery

6601 South Colorado Blvd Centennial, CO


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    Maren Solveig Erickson

    Funeral Director

    Mären Erickson has made a career of providing exceptional, detail-oriented customer service. She has been with Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary and Cemetery since 2015. With an extensive background in banking, software account management, real estate and retail sales management, Mären was awarded the esteemed Customer Service All Star title during her time at Nordstrom. She is currently recognized by J.D. Power and Associates as a distinguished top performer for her continued commitment to service excellence. Energetic and enthusiastic, Mären provides a compassionate and professional experience for every family she serves, ultimately celebrating the lives of loved-ones in our community. Originally from Edina, Minnesota, Mären is happily married with two teenage daughters and lives in Highlands Ranch, Colorado, where she is an active member of her Rotary Club.

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    Lacee' M Green

    Funeral Director

    Lacee Green has been in the funeral industry since 2003 and began her career with the company in 2011. A graduate of Kansas City Kansas Community College, she has a degree in mortuary science and is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Lacee, a native of central Kansas, lived in various states before moving to Highlands Ranch with her son in 2015. She is truly honored to serve families who are dealing with the loss of a loved one and is passionate about guiding them through the many decisions necessary when planning the most fitting tribute to a life well lived.

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    Dominick Karber

    Funeral Director

    Dominick Karber is a fourth-generation mortician who was born and raised in central Kansas. Nick views the opportunity of serving families in their greatest time of need as a profound honor and privilege and has a passion for enhancing traditional services, adding truly personal touches to honor and celebrate a life well lived. He moved to the Denver area in 2014 and served two years as a full-time embalmer prior to becoming a funeral director and arranger. A graduate of Arapahoe Community College, Nick earned his degree in mortuary science and is currently obtaining his Kansas state licenses as a funeral director and embalmer. He is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and the Denver Metropolitan Funeral Directors Association. Nick resides in Highlands Ranch, where he enjoys the Colorado weather, scenery and lifestyle.