Harry Sacchetti may be relatively new to funeral service, but he is well-versed in serving grieving families. As a florist for 25 years, he conveyed loss and emotions through floral tributes. His creativity and energy enabled him to design and create hundreds of customized pieces in the aftermath of the Station Nightclub fire—the worst fire in Rhode Island history, claiming 100 lives.
A graduate of Rhode Island Community College and Fine Mortuary College in Norwood, Massachusetts, Harry also earned a thanantology certificate from Bristol Community College in Fall River, Massachusetts. Originally licensed in Rhode Island as a funeral director and embalmer, he relocated to Florida in 2015. Since joining Manasota Funeral Home in Bradenton, Florida, Harry has served area families with the utmost professionalism and compassion.
Candice was born in Alabama and raised all around Florida. She is a 2nd-generation funeral director and received her degree in funeral service from Miami Dade College. Candice has served families in funeral service since 2000, when she began serving in her father's funeral home.
She is a member of the Tampa Bay Jaycees and loves to volunteer in her community. She is an active runner and has competed in many area races. Candice lives in St. Petersburg with her husband and 2 sons.
For over four decades, Gary Wiegand has provided peace of mind and comfort to grieving families in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. Gary, a lifelong Sarasota resident, earned his mortuary science degree at Miami Dade College. In 1976, he and his brothers founded Wiegand Brothers Funeral Home, then went on to purchase and operate Bayshore Funeral and Direct Mortuary service in Bradenton.
Gary is active in both the Covenant Life Presbyterian and Bayside Community Church in Sarasota. He is very active in foreign missions serving in many different countries.
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