Salvatore graduated in 1992 from the College of Boca Raton, now Lynn University, with a degree in mortuary science. Born and raised on Staten Island, New York, he moved to South Florida in 1998 and then to Palm Coast in 2006 with his wife, who is also a funeral director.
Salvatore is a member and past chairman of the board for the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce and Palm Coast Chamber of Commerce. He is a member and past board member of the Italian American Club of Palm Coast, a member of Knights of Columbus, past president of Flagler/Palm Coast Kiwanis Club and past president of Kiwanis Club of Flagler County. Salvatore has one daughter.
Andrea M Eheman
For more than 40 years, Andrea Elko-Eheman has provided comfort to families. Originally from New Jersey, Andrea worked in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut prior to settling in Florida in 1991. A graduate of American Academy McAlister Institute of Mortuary Science, Andrea is a licensed funeral director and embalmer, as well as a strong believer in continuing education. She is a certified continuing education instructor thru Hospice Foundation.
In her off time, she enjoys being with her family, playing tennis and watching college football. Andrea is a member of Our Lady of Hope Catholic Church in Port Orange.
Thomas H. Harris
Tom is a Florida funeral director who began his career in Key West as an apprentice for his father. In August 2000, Tom earned his degree in mortuary science from Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science in Atlanta. He is proud to be a part of the Dignity Memorial team, helping families through one of the most difficult times in life. When Tom is not working, he enjoys spending time with his children, golfing, off-shore fishing and traveling.
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