McDonald's Chapel & Redding Memorial Park

1275 Continental Street Redding, CA 96001

Associates

  • Jennifer Sue Terry

    Funeral Arranger

    Jennifer Terry grew up in Redding, California, and has remained an active part of the community into her adult life. Since beginning her tenure in funeral service in 2016, she has held various positions, progressing to her current role as funeral arranger. Jennifer’s kind and loving demeanor is a natural complement to her passion for serving others. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities such as paddle boarding and hiking.

  • Ira Robert Todd

    General Manager

    Bob Todd has been working in the funeral and cemetery industry since 2004. He began his career in Washington state before settling in Northern California in 2018. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon. Bob has enjoyed getting to know and serve hundreds of families over the years, and loves being a part of the Redding community. For enjoyment, Bob loves traveling with his wife, and especially going on long drives.

  • California Iris Jane Westmoreland

    Manager

    California Westmoreland has provided compassionate funeral care to the community of Redding for decades. Cali has worked in many different aspects of funeral service and brings her tremendous knowledge and compassionate demeanor with her to work every day. Her service to families and the community extends beyond the funeral home through her dedicated contribution to nonprofits such as One Safe Place. Exceptional service is Cali’s number one priority, and she considers it a privilege to guide families as they navigate through difficult times. 

  • Amy Nicole Freeman

    Funeral Arranger

    Amy started working for Hoyt-Cole Chapel of the Flowers in a general duty position. She fell so deeply in love with her coworkers and clients that she stepped into the funeral arranger role just 5 months later to increase her contact with families. She was born and raised in Northern California, and still remarks on the natural beauty of the area to this day. Amy is very easy to talk to and genuinely cares about the families in her community, allowing her to listen sincerely to create fitting funeral services in Tehama County.

    “A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal,” says Amy.

    In Amy’s spare time, she enjoys attending her three children’s sporting events, volunteering at school functions, reading, hiking and fishing the creeks in the surrounding areas for trout. She is planning on attending college to further her career in the field.