Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Gary has been in funeral service for more than 2 decades, serving in many capacities. He is a graduate of Bartlett High School, Northwest Mississippi Community College and Freed-Hardeman University.
Gary is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in both Tennessee and Mississippi, and he serves as the general manager of Brantley Funeral Home. His main focus is to ensure each family receives personal, caring service. He says, “Every life is unique and should be remembered and celebrated in an equally unique way. My role is to listen intently to everything a family says about their loved one and their specific needs. By listening, I will be able to assist them in determining their needs and make suggestions that will accomplish their desires and exceed their expectations.”
Gary lives in Collierville, Tennessee, with his wife and children. He is a member of the East Shelby Church of Christ.
Randy grew up in the a small West Tennessee community of Camden. He has been in funeral service since 2007. He graduated from Northwest College in Southaven and is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Tennessee. Randy makes his home in Mississippi with his wife and daughter.
Leslie Leeann Weaver
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Leslie has been in funeral service since 2002, working in many different capacities. She has an associate degree from Northwest Mississippi Community College. Leslie is licensed as a funeral director and embalmer in both Tennessee and Mississippi and has been at Memphis Funeral Home for over a decade. She is also a trained continuing education instructor for the various local hospice organizations.
Leslie says, “My life’s goal is to leave every family with a pleasant final experience with their loved one: a celebration of the life lived. No matter who you are or where you have been, your life has affected someone. It is our job to recognize a life well-lived in every case, every time.” She lives in Hernando, Mississippi, with her husband and has 4 children.
Paul B Mccarver
At the early age of 15, Paul began helping the owner of a funeral home in Ecru, Mississippi. It was there he realized his calling in life was to be a funeral director and embalmer. Since joining Memphis Funeral Home in 1959, Paul has faithfully served the Memphis and Mid-South communities. He has been pivotal in the development and growth of Memphis Funeral Home, with his main focus on providing unsurpassed service to our client families. To this day, Paul continues to maintain the same steadfast desire to care for others in their time of need. (Paul is not currently licensed to make funeral arrangements, do embalming or conduct funerals in Tennessee.)
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