Over a quarter of a century ago, Craig Green answered a greater call to serve families during their most difficult time. He is a graduate of Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service in Atlanta, Georgia. Craig understands the needs of the families he serves, and his compassion enhances his ability to listen and guide loved ones in creating a unique memorial service. Craig is known among those he serves for his ability to establish trust and long-lasting relationships.
As a member of the Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, he participates in many civic activities. In his spare time Craig enjoys picking through thrift and antique shops, being active in the Florida outdoors and visiting with family, escaping the cold state of New York.
For over four decades, Gary Wiegand has provided peace of mind and comfort to grieving families in Sarasota and Manatee Counties. Gary, a lifelong Sarasota resident, earned his mortuary science degree at Miami Dade College. In 1976, he and his brothers founded Wiegand Brothers Funeral Home, then went on to purchase and operate Bayshore Funeral and Direct Mortuary service in Bradenton.
Gary is active in both the Covenant Life Presbyterian and Bayside Community Church in Sarasota. He is very active in foreign missions serving in many different countries.
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