Since 1968 George Fulton has provided compassionate care to families in the Peoria area and is proud to continue that service as part of the Dignity Memorial® team. George earned his degree in mortuary science from Worsham College of Mortuary Science in 1962.
When he is not serving families, George enjoys volunteering with charitable organizations and is happiest when he is helping disadvantaged adults and children.
Donald C Henderson
As a 2nd generation funeral director, Don has been involved in funeral service his entire life. Residing in his hometown of Pekin, Don has served Central Illinois families as a licensed funeral director for nearly 25 years. He finds fulfillment in the special relationship he builds with a bereaved family as he walks with them through their roughest days after the loss of someone they love. Don takes delight in doing "dad things" for his daughters; Ashlyn, Danielle and Reaux. His recreational pursuits include hunting waterfowl and deer.
Terry L Pruvost
Terry has been caring for Central Illinois families as a funeral professional for more than 4 decades. Originally from Pekin, Illinois, Terry and his family have lived in the Bartonville area since 1981. Terry and his wife, Jean, have been involved in many community activities over the years. They both enjoy spending time with family and friends.
William A Weller
Tony has 40+ years in the funeral profession, but his funeral experience goes back to when he was 10 years old and he helped his father with cemetery maintenance. He's spent 3 decades serving Peoria-area families.
Tony says, “I know initially what a family’s needs are when they come to us. My focus is to discover, first by listening and secondly by asking questions, what their wants are. I then help them craft a service that meaningfully celebrates the life of their loved one.”
He and his wife, Tamara, raised 4 children. Now Tony spends his free time restoring his home. He enjoys woodworking, reading and golfing.
Kimberly June Culver
Kimberly is a funeral director who has been with our company since 2011.
Previously a hairdresser and a respiratory therapist, Kim was led to a career in funeral care after the sudden death of her mother. Her experience prompted a personal desire to ensure other families experiencing the loss of a loved one receive the very best of care and attention from their funeral provider. She strives to live by the words, "every family, every time."
Married since 1980, Kim lives in Farmington, Illinois, with her husband and they have 5 children and 9 grandchildren.
This site is provided as a service of SCI Shared Resources, LLC. The Dignity Memorial brand name is used to identify a network of licensed funeral, cremation and cemetery providers that include affiliates of Service Corporation International, 1929 Allen Parkway, Houston, Texas. With over 2,000 locations, Dignity Memorial providers proudly serve over 300,000 families a year.