Since the early 1980s Stephen Hodge has provided peace and comfort to families in the Charlotte and Mint Hill areas, recently marking 36 years of service to his community. Originally from Raleigh, North Carolina, Steve’s family relocated to Charlotte’s east side in 1968. He is a 1977 graduate of West Charlotte Senior High School and earned his Associate of Applied Science degree in funeral service education from Fayetteville Technical Community College.
Steve and his wife have resided in Mint Hill since 1993. In his spare time, you can find Steve relishing in the sound of birds and the ocean while reading John Grisham’s latest novel under an umbrella on Wrightsville Beach or enjoying the sights and mountain air while tolling on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Steve is a longtime member of Hickory Grove Baptist Church.
Terry J Dennis
Born and raised in Albemarle, Terry attended Badin School, graduated from North Stanly High School and earned a bachelor's in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Terry obtained his North Carolina funeral director's license in 1986 and has been assisting grieving families in Charlotte for more than three decades. Terry, his wife and their Shih Tzu, Kenzie, live in Concord.
Amanda Jane Williams
Amanda Williams has been serving families since the 2000s and in the Mint Hill Community since 2014.
Originally from Toccoa, Georgia, by way of Nashville, Tennessee, Mandy now resides in the Charlotte area. In her spare time she travels to new places with her husband and enjoys hiking, trying out new restaurants and fulfilling her role as an aunt to 5 nieces and nephews. She is a member of Mission Community Church in Charlotte.
George R Lamb
Funeral Services Assistant
Dick Lamb has been serving families in the Charlotte/Mint Hill area for 30 years. He received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Appalachian State Teachers College, now known as Appalachian State University. A native of Statesville, North Carolina, Dick moved to Charlotte in 1959. He taught and coached in Charlotte public schools, retiring in 1976 as assistant principal at Independence High School. Following retirement, Dick became associated with R.J. McEwen & Son. He also owned Dick Lamb Builders, where he contracted and built homes in the Mint Hill area. Dick’s wife of 43 years, Jean, is a granddaughter to the founder of McEwen Funeral Service. He is a longtime member of Philadelphia Presbyterian Church, where he is actively involved in all aspects of the church. Dick loves people and has a passion for caring for old and new friends alike.
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