A licensed funeral director since 2009, Isabel graduated from Tulane University with a bachelor's degree in sociology. After graduation she attended Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and she has had the honor to serve many families during their most difficult of times.
Isabel views her service as a ministry, especially when able to lead grief support groups. She served on the board for the Louisiana Funeral Director Association and is a member of the National Funeral Director Association.
Isabel's family and friends are very important to her and she treasures traveling and spending time with them.
Scarlet Paige Whalen
Scarlet graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service with a degree in applied mortuary science in November 2004. Since graduation, she has served the North Dallas community as a licensed funeral director and embalmer in addition to various other roles. Scarlet has a passion for funeral service and is committed to caring for each family she serves as if they were her own.
Douglas J Fry
Douglas began working in the funeral industry in his senior year of high school in 2006. Today, he is a caring funeral director.
Originally from Pontiac, Illinois, a small town about 100 miles south of Chicago, Douglas now lives in Uptown Dallas. Growing up, he enjoyed anything to do with horses—from breaking young horses to the polished and finished show horse.
Abel is a very caring and compassionate funeral director who goes above and beyond for the families whom he serves. Abel first developed an interest in the funeral industry during his senior year of high school; he graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in November 2009. When he is not working, Abel loves spending time and traveling with his family.
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