Deborah has been serving families in Central Texas since the early 1990s. After working as an emergency medical technician, Deborah graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1993. In 1994, she received her licenses as both funeral director and embalmer.
Deborah worked her way up the ranks, in the varied roles of funeral director, office manager and even as general manager for a group of funeral homes. Over the years, she’s acquired a great deal of experience with many religious practices and burial customs. Deborah is also very familiar with conducting military services.
Born and bred a Texan, Deborah has longtime family ties to the San Angelo area. In fact, her great-grandfather was A.A. McGill, a prominent rancher of Tom Green County.
When not at work, Deborah loves spending time with her grandchildren. Her hobbies include fishing, camping, gardening and crafts.
McKenzie has been a funeral director and embalmer since 2017. She’s been in the funeral business even longer though, first starting as a receptionist in 2013 while also attending South Plains College. After learning more about the funeral service, McKenzie decided to attend the Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service where she graduated in 2015.
Her love for the funeral industry came from watching her grandfather in the business for a number of years. McKenzie was born in San Angelo and raised in Ballinger, Texas. She is a strong supporter of community activities in Ballinger and San Angelo. She is married and has 2 boys. When McKenzie is not at the funeral home, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Cynthia Nicole Simpkins
Nicole Alemy knew from the age of 12 that she wanted to work in a funeral home. Her mother, initially wary, soon became her biggest supporter as Nicole embarked on her career path at the age of 19. “Not everyone can say that they have the opportunity to really make a difference in someone’s life,” Nicole says. “We have that opportunity every day. It is an honor to serve families. We make a difference.”
Nicole graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1996 and became a licensed funeral director in 1997. She went on to earn her associate's degree in human service management in 2013 and is currently working toward a bachelor’s degree in the same area. Serving the majority of her career in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Nicole moved to the San Angelo area in 2015.
Nicole is married. She and her husband have 5 children and several pets. She is a talented crafter and especially enjoys quilting, crocheting, painting and quilling when the kids are not occupying her time. She also enjoys genealogy.
Bobby David Morton
Bobby is an embalmer who has served many families with the utmost professionalism and compassion throughout his career. He graduated from the Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service in 1991. When Bobby is not at the funeral home, you can find him on the local area lakes where he is an avid bass fisherman. Bobby is also a Master Mason and Scottish Rite 32nd Degree Mason.
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