Ingrid Castello graduated Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1986 and has been serving in the funeral industry ever since. Following her graduation, Ingrid moved to Lubbock County to serve her apprenticeship with Guajardo Funeral Chapel. In 1990, Ingrid moved to San Antonio and served at Roy Akers Funeral Chapels. She once again returned to Lubbock in 2017 to serve at our funeral home. Ingrid chose to pursue a career in the funeral industry at a young age and serving bereaved families continues to be her passion.
Since returning to Lubbock, Ingrid enjoys spending much of her spare time with her very large family and attends Trinity Christian Center in Lubbock with her siblings. She also enjoys dancing and exercising with her newfound Jazzercise Group. When and if she decides to retire, Ingrid plans to remain devoted to serving people in need; whether in nursing facilities, with children or with the homeless. She lives most of her life with her favorite scripture, Matthew 19:26, in mind: "With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible." Ingrid looks forward to her future in Lubbock.
Brian L. McNett
Brian McNett began his love for serving families at the early age of 4 when tagging along with his father, who served as a funeral director. Brian attended West Texas A&M University and Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer since 1992. When he is not serving families, Brian enjoys watching his son play baseball, taking trips to the lake and cooking for family and friends.
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