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    James McCown Geeslin

    General Manager

    Jim is a second-generation funeral director with nearly 4 decades of experience providing families with compassionate care and professional service. He grew up in the West Texas town of Alpine and appreciates and identifies with the spirit of community shared by his friends and neighbors in Kaufman County.

    Jim belongs to the Terrell Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club of Terrell. In 2010, Jim was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow with Rotary International. In addition, he has served on various civic and government boards in Texas.

    Jim and his wife have 2 children and 1 grandchild. They enjoy gardening and outdoor activities and are members and volunteers at Community Life Church.

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    James D Jennings

    General Manager

    James "J.D." Jennings graduated from Mabank High School in 1988 and the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1992. He served his apprenticeship with Eubank Cedar Creek Funeral Home before serving for Anderson-Clayton Funeral Home in 1994. He serves at several locations, including our funeral home, within the Anderson-Clayton family and became a manager in 2014. J.D. lives in Seven Points with his wife. They have 2 children and 4 grandchildren.

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    Aaron Barnard

    Funeral Director

    Aaron graduated from Kemp High School in 2005 and the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 2016. As a funeral director, he strives to provide families with the best service possible. Aaron was born and raised in Texas and is also a U.S. Army veteran. He and his wife have 4 children. 

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    Richard A Burbach

    Funeral Director

    After a successful career in the telecommunications industry, Richard felt a calling to become a funeral director. He graduated with honors from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and is now devoted to the families served at Roselawn Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens cemetery. He is a member of Pi Sigma Eta National Morticians Fraternity. Richard and his wife live in Lavon with their Boston terriers, Gunner and Willow. They have five sons, ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. When he is not with his family or working Richard enjoys riding his Harley-Davidson Road King or making pens and other gifts in his workshop.