Kaylee Wilson resides with her family in the northwest Oklahoma City/Edmond/Deer Creek area. For years she has been honored to serve families in her community with comfort and compassion. Originally from Tampa, Florida, Kaylee relocated to Oklahoma in 2011 to attend The University of Central Oklahoma. She graduated in 2013 with her Bachelor of Science in funeral service, minoring in grief and bereavement.
Kaylee is a big believer in community involvement and hosts many events at and around Chapel Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens to benefit the surrounding community. Kaylee finds great joy in creating enduring relationships within the community and strives to make a difference by serving them with excellence, respect and integrity.
When she isn't serving families, Kaylee is active in the Piedmont and Northwest Oklahoma City Chambers of Commerce and recently became the vice president of the Northwest Oklahoma City Rotary Club.
Tracy Leann Crook
Tracy has been serving families with compassion and care in Oklahoma City since 1994. Originally from Poteau, Oklahoma, Tracy resides in The Village area of Oklahoma City. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in funeral service from the University of Central Oklahoma in 1994 and became a licensed funeral director and embalmer that same year. Serving graciously each day, Tracy says, "I am beyond honored to have served countless families in my community during the hardest day of their life."
Tracy feels fulfilled when volunteering and may be seen spending her free time at the Regional Food Bank, Positive Tomorrows School, Green Pastures School and annually at the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. In her spare time she enjoys yoga, traveling and being outdoors.
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