Lisa Carter began her journey in Pueblo, Colorado, at George McCarthy Funeral Home as a receptionist. She soon realized that helping families gave her tremendous gratification. Her service in various locations across the United States helped her to grow as an individual and solidified her desire to become a funeral director. Lisa has a unique ability to put people at ease at just the right moment.
Chris Lynn Dufrenne
Chris Dufrenne has known since a tragic life moment occurred at the age of 13, that his heart lies in funeral service and his desire is to be as helpful and dedicated as the funeral director that helped him through that moment of his life. Chris believes his service is much more than a job or profession, but a calling and ministry.
As a funeral director, Chris never assumes anything, but rather creates a relationship of trust with each family as he discovers the details that will create the perfect life celebration. He strives to leave each family with a renewed sense of hope and normalcy in their most difficult times.
Hope Denise Soza
Hope is proud to serve families with the utmost compassion and professionalism. She has served in the funeral industry since 2000.
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