Eve earned a degree in mortuary science from Worsham College in 2013. She joined the Dignity Memorial team in 2017. With a high attention to detail and much compassion, Eve is committed to helping families create lasting memories of their loved ones.
When she is not working, Eve likes to spend time with her significant other and their two cats. She also enjoys reading, watching movies and being with friends and family.
Terry was born and raised in Davenport, Iowa, graduating from Assumption High School in 1975. He earned his mortuary science degree from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale and has been a funeral director for over 30 years. Funeral service came naturally for Terry, as his father is also a funeral director. Though his father is retired, Terry attributes his early interest in funeral service completely to his dad. "My dad helped me understand that funeral service is a great avenue of service to give back to the community," he says. "I knew I wanted to be a funeral director by the time I was 16 years old."
He and his wife, Mary, live in Davenport and are active members of Sacred City Church. Mary is a registered nurse. Together they have 2 daughters, Allison and Meryl, both recent college graduates.
Renalda Mayne Samolitis
Renalda Samolitis, the crematory director at Runge, began her funeral career in 2008. After graduating in 2013 from Carl Sandburg School of Mortuary Science, she returned to Runge Mortuary in 2016 as a funeral director. Renalda is a member of the Calvary Church of the Quad Cities and volunteers for Rick's House of Hope and United Way. She is an avid runner and enjoys participating in area 5K runs. Renalda also enjoys spending time with her kids and participating in their activities.
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