Richard Barnett was born in Texas in 1953 and grew up in Rochester, New York. Rick received his degree in music ministry in 1974. He has been a pastor, youth and family counselor, administrator, and musical teacher and director since the mid-70s.
Over those same years, Rick has filled the needs of many funeral homes with his musical skills and support as a chaplain. In 2012, Rick was hired here to assist with services, serve as a chaplain, provide musical work, do maintenance and maintain the home's vehicles. He became a full time funeral arranger in 2013 and became a location manager in October 2015.
Rick and and his wife have been married since 1973. They have 2 sons, 1 daughter, 2 daughters-in-law and 5 grandchildren.
Erin Courtney Gerber
Erin graduated with an associate degree in mortuary science from Arapahoe Community College in 2015. She made the dean’s list and, while attending college, began working at Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary and Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.
In October 2016 Erin moved back to Pueblo and began working with Adrian-Comer Garden Chapel and other Dignity Memorial® funeral providers in the Pueblo area.
In her free time Erin enjoys sewing, crocheting, camping, rock hounding and spending as much time as she can with her dog, Hurley, and cat, Kingsley.
toni monique marrujo
Toni graduated in 2015 from her mortuary science program and passed the national boards shortly after. She completed her internship in Pueblo, Colorado, and has been serving in the funeral industry ever since. In her spare time, Toni likes to read and spend time with her dogs Harley and Pugsley.
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