Since 2016, Myquyen has provided compassionate care to families in the San Diego area. As a proud member of our team, she is honored to guide you through one of the most personal times in life. Myquyen enjoys volunteering at the San Diego Food Bank and charity events and is active in community service for local religious facilities.
Nicholas A Valentin
Nicholas Valentin started in the funeral industry in 2010 at El Camino Memorial - Pacific Beach Chapel. After gaining industry knowledge, Nicholas transferred to Erickson-Anderson Mortuary in 2011. In 2013, Nicholas had the opportunity to help oversee El Camino Memorial - Encinitas for a short period. After serving as mortuary supervisor of Erickson-Anderson Mortuary, Nicholas was offered the same role for the El Cajon Mortuary group in 2015, serving El Cajon Mortuary, Paris-Frederick Mortuary, Miramar Memorial Service and Abbey Cremation. Today, he is manager at El Camino Memorial – Sorrento Valley Chapel, where he aspires to deliver the best service to every family every time.
When he is not working, Nicholas enjoys golfing, surfing and spending as much time as possible with his son, family and friends. He also enjoys sports and is an avid angler.
Andrea G Fink
Andrea Fink, funeral director at El Camino Memorial Park, has been in the funeral industry since 2000. Through her journey in the funeral profession she has also served as a removal driver, office manager and location manager. Andrea is a graduate of Cal State San Marcos University where she earned her bachelor's degree in business management. She went on to obtain her license as a funeral director in 2010. Andrea considers herself lucky to be part of the funeral industry, serving families during one of the most difficult times in life.
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