Born and raised in Snohomish, Peter Cameron has been in the funeral profession for 35 years. His deep ties to the community have allowed him to serve multiple generations of families and develop a strong relationship with area organizations. He also serves on the Washington State Funeral and Cemetery Board and is active in many professional groups.
Pete is proud to lead our team as a general manager and to have the responsibility that comes with maintaining the largest cemeteries and mausoleums in the region. Outside of the office, Pete enjoys spending time with his wife, children, and children, as well as golfing, relaxing in the mountains, and the company of his lifelong friends.
Leda Titiana Westberg
“I’m honored to serve families during a most difficult time,” says Leda, who brings more than 2 decades of funeral service experience to families in Everett. The mother of 4 and wife to a sheriff of Snohomish County spends her spare time practicing yoga, reading, hiking and volunteering in her community.
Levi W Sutton
Levi Sutton has been in funeral service since the 1980s and brings his many years of experience to the families of Everett. He says, “I’m honored to work in the funeral profession, where I’m able to help families care for their loved ones. I like helping create memorable celebrations of people’s lives.”
Levi is active with the Boy Scouts of America and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He also served as a missionary in Ecuador in the 1980s and remains fluent in Spanish.
Levi spends his personal time with his wife and their 5 children and 1 granddaughter. In his spare time, he pursues his hobbies of swimming, camping, backpacking, biking, movie watching, chess and family history.
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