Gary A. Crespo, the third son of 4 children, grew up in the funeral business as a third-generation funeral director in Friendswood, Texas. He gained a strong work ethic from his experiences in the business with his father, grandfather and 2 brothers, which was reinforced at home by his mother and older brother.
Gary graduated Commonwealth College of Funeral Service while working full time in 1987. He later graduated from Letourneau University with a Bachelor of Science in business management in 1998. Gary is a past board member of the Friendswood Education Foundation and currently serving as a board member of the Texas Cemetery Association.
Gary's greatest joys are his 4 children, 1 daughter-in-law and his granddaughter and loves being actively involved in their lives and activities.
David Wayne Hunter
David W. Hunter has been serving in the funeral service industry since the early 1990s. He holds licenses in the states of Arkansas and Texas. David served families in San Antonio before transferring to Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home, where he is honored to serve the Houston community. In his spare time, David enjoys being active in the outdoors.
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