Associates

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    James K Mobley

    General Manager

    Kenny Mobley joined the staff of Dunbar Funeral Home in 2013. He began his career in the funeral business at the young age of 16. After completing high school he attended Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in Atlanta, Georgia, and graduated in 2008. He became a licensed funeral director and embalmer in 2010 and is a certified crematory operator. Kenny is the assistant manager but also fills many roles within the funeral home. He enjoys meeting with families to plan a meaningful service for their loved one. Kenny is a member of the Blythewood Chamber of Commerce. In his free time he enjoys going on camping trips, riding the golf cart, working in his yard and most of all spending time with his family. Kenny is married to his high school sweet heart and they have three daughters.

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    Uly J Tanner Jr

    Funeral Director

    Uly J, known by everyone as Joey, began working at Dunbar Funeral Home in 1975 at the young age of 17. He obtained his degree in funeral service from Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science in Atlanta, Ga. in 1978. He has progressed through all aspects of the funeral industry, from apprentice to funeral director and embalmer, and is now at the threshold of his retirement. He is grateful to the Dunbar family for allowing him to work in this community and establish a vital reputation among colleagues and clientele. Joey currently assists families with arrangements, whether it be through a traditional service or a cremation service. His annual pilgrimage to the beach with all of his family, including aunts, uncles and cousins, brings him great joy. He is quite involved with the Widowed Persons Organization (WPO), a group sponsored by the funeral home, and his local square dance club. A few of his favorite pastimes are cooking, researching family genealogy on “Find-a-grave" and eating at a favorite restaurant.