Eric Daniels became a funeral director in 1995. He has a passion for helping others and is committed to providing personalized service and compassion to area families.
A distinguished graduate of the Philbrick School of Funeral Science in Miami, he also received the Embalmer’s Technician Award. He was president of the National Morticians Honors Fraternity in Miami and is a licensed funeral director/embalmer in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Florida. He holds an associate’s degree in funeral science and a bachelor’s degree in management and leadership. He was the first recipient of the Dignity Memorial ® network’s Steve Mack Award for Service Excellence.
Born and raised in the Boston area, Eric moved to Florida in 1992, after serving as a paratrooper in the U.S. Army for 10 years. In 1995 he moved to New Hampshire, where served as a state representative. He returned to Florida in 2005. Eric has published two books. He has 7 children and 5 grandchildren.
Thomas S Sapikowski
Thomas was born and raised in upstate New York. Upon graduating high school he attended Simmons School of Funeral Service in Syracuse, New York. He has been employed in the funeral service industry for more than three decades. Helping families when they lose a loved one is an honor and privilege that brings him great satisfaction.
When he is not working, Thomas enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, fishing, cycling and hiking. He considers himself truly blessed to be surrounded by supportive family members and great coworkers.
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