Jayme began working in the funeral industry in Kentucky when she was only 16 years old. It was during this time she realized her lifelong pursuit would be to help families through the worst time of their lives.
Jayme carried this passion with her to Mid-America College of Funeral Service and throughout her career. After college, Jayme served her apprenticeship in Crossville, Tennessee, where she lived in the funeral home. In early 1998, Jayme was transferred to Knoxville and is now the location manager at Berry Highland Memorial. She continues to assist families every day and believes in a family centered approach. She is a duel licensed funeral director and embalmer, but her passion is still helping "her families". Jayme transforms her location into whatever meets the needs and wishes of the families she serves. She is the first to say, this is not just a job or even a passion; it's a ministry.
Jayme is married to Danny Beeler and has 3 stepdaughters Leigha, Lori and Leslie, 5 grandchildren and 2 nieces.
Donald Ray Musick
Donald Musick has been a funeral director since 2005. He has worked in the Knoxville market since April 2016, previously working in the Chattanooga market. When it comes to serving families in need, Don treats them as he would members of his own family by showing utmost respect and passion, making one of the worst days of their lives a little more manageable.
Don is a member of the Sacred Heart Cathedral and enjoys being a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 5207 and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Lodge 160 of Knoxville.
Don is happily married to his wife and has 1 son and a daughter-in-law. His hobbies include cooking, ballroom dancing and working for many local charities and events.
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