Greg started his funeral service career in the late 1990s and served in the U.S. Navy after completing high school. He graduated from Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in 2002 with a degree in mortuary science. Greg is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the state of Georgia, as well as a certified crematory operator through Cremation Association of North America. In 2001 he earned the designation of certified funeral service practitioner.
Greg is a member of the Academy of Graduate Embalmers and the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice and a team member for Kenyon International, certified in the areas of mass fatality and disaster response. Greg is a member of Acworth Lodge # 176 F&AM and Yaarab Shrine Temple. Outside of serving families in their time of need, Greg enjoys hunting various game, golfing, traveling and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Gregory L Hall
For over three decades Gregory L. Hall has devoted his life to families in the Atlanta area. Born and raised in Georgia, Greg earned his degree in mortuary science at Gupton-Jones College and was licensed in the state of Georgia in 1988. Feeling a need to give back to the community Greg became a member of Kiwanis International in 1994 and has served in many roles, including as district governor in 2010-2011.
James T Storey Jr
Originally from Decatur, Georgia, and now residing in the Taylors Farm neighborhood of Holly Springs, James has been serving families in Cherokee since 2011. He is retired from the United States Air Force where he serviced ejection seats on several fighter and reconnaissance aircrafts. Jim also served his community for 14 years as a volunteer firefighter and six years as a reserve deputy. Currently, he is a member the Cherokee Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.) and the VFW. In his spare time, Jim keeps the family cars, computers and plumbing systems running smoothly.
Lawrence Fred Camp
Lawrence F. Camp is originally from Savannah, Georgia, and moved to the metro-Atlanta area in 2006. He graduated from Ogeechee Technical College, with a degree in funeral service in 2005. He apprenticed with a local funeral home in Pembroke and then took his first job in Cartersville, which led him to him joining the Dignity Memorial® team.
His life took a very happy change in 2015, when he met and married his wife, Frances and became father of 4 children. In his role of funeral director he finds satisfaction in being able to assist families in making arrangements to celebrate and honor their loved one. He treats each and every family as his own family, believing it is the only way to care for those he serves.
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