Gregory Morones is a licensed funeral director and embalmer as well as a California licensed insurance agent. He began his funeral profession in 1998 serving at an independent funeral home for nine years. He held positions of increasing responsibility including service director, death certificates clerk, and funeral director and embalmer before joining Eternal Hills in 2007 as a family service counselor.
Gregory was the top sales producer for his 2-year sales tenure at Eternal Hills and was awarded the Elite Pinnacle Club. Presently, Gregory is responsible for the general operations of the funeral home, continuing the mortuary's active participation in the local and business communities and ensuring that all services are conducted in a manner exceeding the expectations of each family served.
Gregory earned his accreditation from the Cypress College Mortuary Science Program and graduated with honors on the dean’s list. Throughout his career, Gregory has been active in civic, community and industry organizations. He served for many years as a member of the VFW Auxiliary Club and is a member of the El Camino Real Rotary Club of Oceanside, serving as club president in 2017.
A native of San Diego, California, Gregory enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 sons. His favorite pastimes include surfing, wakeboarding and hiking.
Kelly Brooke Haman
License #: FD CA-FDR3167
Kelly Haman has worked in North County as a licensed funeral director for more than a decade. Raised in the Oceanside area, Kelly always had an interest in funeral service, but it was during an elective course in her junior year of college when she realized that funeral service was not just an interest, it was a passion and her new career focus. Kelly considers herself fortunate to work with dedicated people who share her same vision and goal—to provide impeccable care, respect and diligence to each family that selects Eternal Hills to honor the life of their loved one.
Bertha Cele Campos
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Bertha Campos recognized her curiosity in the funeral industry while in high school. During college, she pursued that interest, became a part-time funeral attendant in 2004 and realized a career in funeral service was her calling. In 2015, Bertha moved to North County San Diego, where she works as a funeral arranger. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and visits them in Los Angeles often.
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