Anna Gonzalez graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1993, where she was a member and secretary of Pi Sigma, an honorary funeral service fraternity. Originally from Beeville, Texas, she dedicated herself to the funeral industry at the early age of 16. Anna has made Corpus Christi her home and has been serving the community here since 1995. She continually strives for service excellence, ensuring each family receives the utmost respect and understanding. Anna's husband is also a funeral director and embalmer and they have four children. Anna enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering in the community.
Norman Gonzalez, a lifelong resident of Corpus Christi, considers himself an active part of his community. A 1974 graduate of Commonwealth College of Mortuary Science, Norman began his career in Corpus Christi and joined Memory Gardens Funeral Home in 2013. Norman prides himself on an ability to plan many different types of graceful and memorable funeral services, whether traditional religious ceremonies or modern celebrations of life. In his personal time, he enjoys fishing and kayaking the Coastal Bend.
Kelly Christine Montez
“When someone becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure," says Funeral Director Kelly Montez. Kelly couples years of experience in funeral services with the cultural lessons learned being born and raised in Texas. She graduated from San Antonio College and calls Corpus Christi her home, where she enjoys the many benefits of life in the Coastal Bend.
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