When Kim experienced the loss of several close friends and family, she learned firsthand the impact of skilled funeral directors. She ended up leaving a successful career in banking to pursue the work of funeral services.
Kim graduated from Miami-Dade College with a degree in funeral services. In her work as a funeral director she treats each family with grace and compassion, with a rich understanding of the challenges grief brings.
Kim and her husband are active in their church, where she facilitates the Grief Share Support Group program. She enjoys spending time with her husband, traveling and working on various craft projects.
Beth M Perkins
Formerly in nursing, Beth returned to school in order to pursue a career in funeral service. Beth graduated cum laude from Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts, where she earned an associate's degree in mortuary science. She has worked as a funeral director with the Dignity Memorial network since 2006. Beth relocated to Florida with her son in 2017.
Susan Rose Wilson
Susan Wilson has been a funeral director and embalmer since the 1990s. She began her career in Seattle at a progressive funeral home after graduating from Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Chicago. She has served the Jupiter community since the late 2000s. Susan has compassion for every family who comes to Aycock-Riverside Funeral and Cremation Center.
Susan and her family moved to Florida in 2002. She grew up in Iowa and has a tremendous passion for animals. She spends her free time with her family and 4-legged children.
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