Savannah Hall spent equal parts of her childhood in Sacramento, California, at J and 54th Street and the little town of Cascade, Idaho. While attending Boise State University she discovered the funeral industry and realized her calling to serve others. Following graduation she attended Arapahoe Community College in Littleton, Colorado, graduating in 2009 with a degree in mortuary science. A part of the Dignity Memorial® team since 2011, she became location manager of Nicoletti, Culjis and Herberger Funeral Home in January 2014. By April of that year, Savannah was promoted to general manager, overseeing the operations and staff of two additional Sacramento funeral homes: Harry A. Nauman and Son and Lombard Funeral Home. She now calls the Arden-Arcade community her home away from home, personally overseeing the operations of Lombard Funeral Home since July 2016. Helping others and assisting families to plan meaningful and unique ways to celebrate a loved one's life is a passion for Savannah, and you will not receive any "cookie cutter" service from her or her staff.
When she is not at the funeral home, you can find Savannah at home with her husband and son, baking desserts, cooking Greek recipes handed down to her from her family, repurposing thrift store furniture or on the soccer fields playing on one of her six teams. She and her family enjoy scuba diving together, attending concerts and sporting events, going to the movies, playing with their three dogs and participating in family gatherings.
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