Since 1998, Rodney has provided compassionate care to families in the Austin area. Rodney earned his degree in mortuary science from Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service in 1992. He is proud to be a part of the Dignity Memorial team, guiding you through one of the most personal times in life.
Rick A. Davis
Rick starts each workday with one goal: to provide the highest possible level of service and care to each family. He is an engaged member of the funeral profession, participating with associations such as the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association, the Catholic Cemetery Conference and Catholic Cemeteries of the West. He has also served on various boards and committees, and he is a mentor to colleagues when they need one.
Rick is married with four children. He and his family moved to the Austin area in 2017. They are active members of their church and love spending time together.
Jim McCown Geeslin
Jim is a second-generation funeral director with nearly 4 decades of experience providing families with compassionate care and professional service. He grew up in the West Texas town of Alpine and appreciates and identifies with the spirit of community shared by his friends and neighbors in Kaufman County.
Jim belongs to the Terrell Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary Club of Terrell. In 2010, Jim was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow with Rotary International. In addition, he has served on various civic and government boards in Texas.
Jim and his wife have 2 children and 1 grandchild. They enjoy gardening and outdoor activities and are members and volunteers at Community Life Church.
Angela Michelle Moore
Born and raised in Southern California, Angela Moore moved to Houston in March 2014 following her husband's relocation. Once there, she joined the Dignity Memorial® team as a part-time assistant and quickly worked her way up to become the office manager. As her love for helping families grew into her passion, Angela enrolled in Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Services, graduating in June 2016 with an associate's degree and earning her license as a funeral director. She is fulfilled by the honor and privilege to serve community families.
Angela has been married since the late 1990s and has one adult daughter. In her spare time, Angela enjoys quiet walks with her husband and their dog, Kennedy. She also enjoys reading, riding motorcycles, listening to jazz and gospel music and traveling, especially to California to spend time with her family.
For 30 years, Loni has assisted families during their time of loss. Making Texas her home since the mid-80s, Loni obtained her associate’s degree in mortuary science while living in Houston. She previously provided guidance to families in Corpus Christi, Houston and Waco, before moving to the Austin area—where she has served for the past 20 years.
Loni was honored as the company’s first "Living the Brand" Recipient in 2008, and she continues to assist families with the same caring and compassionate service. Honoring veterans and civil servants is especially dear to Loni’s heart, as she was raised in a military family and has family in law enforcement.
Working in her yard and feeding her "wild bird babies" are hobbies of hers. An avid reader, collector of antiques and Christmas tree ornaments, you will also find her in the kitchen on occasion. A quote by Abraham Lincoln says, "In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." Loni's goal is to assist each family in celebrating the life in their loved ones’ years.
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