Kent Floro was born in North Platte and grew up in the small town of Curtis, Nebraska. He attended Wayne State College where he played football for 2 years before moving to Dillon, Colorado. In 1986, Kent married his high school sweetheart and moved to Lincoln, Nebraska.
Following the birth of the couple's 1st child, the family moved again to Fresno, California, where Kent attended the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science. He graduated in 1989 and has been serving in the funeral industry ever since. Kent and his wife have been blessed with 3 children and enjoy being active within their community, making many friends.
Glen Michael Beaird
Funeral Director License #: FD CA-FD 538
Since 2011 Glen has been serving families in the Chowchilla and Merced areas. He is proud to be a part of our team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in life. When he is not serving families Glen enjoys volunteering as a local member of the Chowchilla Rotary Club and serving on the board of directors for the Chowchilla Chamber of Commerce. Giving back to the community is a rewarding venture for Glen, so you will find him participating at many community events throughout the year.
Ramon Mark Wenham
Ramon, known to many as Ray, was born and raised in Walla Walla, Washington. Ray, along with his wife and daughter, moved to Merced, California, in 1989, where they opened a sandwich shop. After operating the sandwich shop for 20 years, Ray began working as a part-time funeral assistant at Stratford Evans Merced Funeral Home. He now serves as a funeral arranger and enjoys helping each family create a celebration of life in honor of their loved one. Ray is a long-standing member of the Merced Breakfast Lions Club where he enjoys giving back to the community.
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