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    Natalie A Okai

    Funeral Director

    Natalie joined the team at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home in 2016. Prior to coming to Bluebonnet Hills, she worked at Moore Funeral Home in Arlington and Resthaven Funeral Home in Lubbock.

    Natalie is a 2012 graduate of the mortuary science program at St. Louis Community College – Forest Park, where she was third in her class and a member of Phi Theta Kappa.

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    Samuel Charles Scott


    Sam considers his work in the funeral business a ministry, and he performs his role with distinction, treating each family as he would his own. His greatest strength is the ability to guide families to make grounded decisions in the presence of emotional loss. Dedication to a time-honored tradition while simultaneously looking toward the future sets him apart from his peers.

    Raised in a tight-knit community in Missouri, Sam understands the value of family, friends and the important role that relationships play in our lives. Early in his upbringing, he learned the values of hard work, honesty and integrity.

    Since moving to Dallas in 2002, Sam has served families unconventionally by bringing a small-town, caring attitude to complement the resources available in a large city. From the moment you first meet him, you will find Sam to be a trusted partner and loyal advisor.

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    Edward K Boling

    Funeral Director

    Eddie has been a licensed funeral director since 1996. He has worked with the Dignity Memorial network since 2011 and is dedicated to serving the families of Dallas/Fort Worth. Eddie's hobbies include fishing, hunting and traveling.

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    Gerald Huley Clark III

    Funeral Director

    Gerald began his career in funeral service in 2005 in San Diego. In 2009, Gerald enrolled at John A. Gupton College in Nashville, Tennessee, where he received his degree in mortuary science.

    Gerald worked at Woodlawn Roesch-Patton Funeral Home from 2008 until 2015 when he moved to Colleyville and joined the team at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home. Gerald loves serving families and helping them honor their loved ones in the most personal way possible.

    In his time off Gerald enjoys being with his family, playing video games and reading science fiction and fantasy novels.