Phillip Hernandez has been a licensed funeral director since 1999. He realized his desire to become a funeral director after the unexpected death of his sister in 1996. Phillip is proficient in Tagalog and Spanish. He served in the U.S. Army Reserve for 8 years, attended Chicago State University and Loyola University before realizing his life’s calling. He excels in customer service and consistently exceeds the expectations of the families he serves by creating very special and unique services.
Phillip is currently an active member of St. Malachy Catholic Church, where he serves as a lector and communion minister. During his free time Phillip enjoys karaoke, percussion drumming, road trips across the country, biking and camping in national and state parks with his wife and 2 daughters.
Marc A Pierotti
Marc A. Pierotti, a native of the Chicago area, grew up in Streamwood and currently resides in Skokie. During his early life, he attended a number of funerals for family members and was always impressed by the professional and caring funeral directors. Those experiences led him to pursue a career in funeral service.
Marc graduated from the mortuary science program at Southern Illinois University, where he also received a bachelor’s degree in business management. He is passionate about serving families and strives to comfort them during difficult times.
Marc has also served with the U.S. Army in Fort Hood, Texas, Pusan, South Korea, and Fort Dix, New Jersey.
In his spare time, Marc likes to explore cooking, is a novice stain glass artisan and rescues greyhounds, 1 dog at a time.
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