Randall Hildreth has been serving families in Union County since 2003. Originally from Charlotte, N.C., Randall resides in Union County, where he has lived for most of his life. In Randall's spare time he enjoys the outdoors and time with his wife and daughter.
Arlene Priscilla Brokaw
After the death of her mother, Arlene felt called to enter into funeral service. Having lost several family members of her own, she understands how important it is to comfort others while drawing out fond memories and stories of those lost. Serving others and truly caring for families while honoring their loved one is of utmost importance.
Many families have found that Arlene has the ability to truly capture the life of lost loved ones through her personalized services. She enjoys helping people preplan, alleviating doubt about their wishes and desires and making way for a more peaceful grief experience for the family.
Maurice W Trull
For over 59 years, Maurice has served the families of Union and Mecklenburg counties during their most difficult times. Having lost his father when he was 3 years old, Maurice became interested in the funeral industry at the age of 12, when his brother died. He joined McEwen Funeral Home of Monroe in 1958 and became a licensed funeral director in 1967. Maurice served as location manager both in Charlotte and Monroe for many years, giving up the day-to-day operations in early 2017 to become president/consultant of McEwen.
Maurice is very active in Benton Heights Presbyterian Church in Monroe, local civic clubs and in his community, the Village of Lake Park, North Carolina. In his spare time, Maurice enjoys working in his yard and spending time with his wife, Rayvone.
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