Leila Bradish was born and raised in Oregon and graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service with an associate degree in mortuary science. Although she began her funeral service career in Dallas, Texas, Leila has also served families in Portland and the southwest region of Oregon before relocating to Spokane. Leila enjoys outdoor activities in our beautiful area.
Scott Howard Dahl
Second-generation funeral director from Redding, California, Scott H. Dahl has provided compassionate care to Spokane-area families since 2014. With a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and master’s from Northwestern University, Dahl has served in the U.S. Naval Reserves and became a licensed funeral director in 2002. Outside of work, he enjoys staying active, kayaking and spending time with his wife and their four children, one of whom is currently serving in the U.S. Coast Guard.
Maryan Theresa McElligott
Since 2018, Maryan has provided compassionate care to families in the Spokane area. She earned her degrees in funeral services and forensic science from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2017. She is proud to serve on our team as a funeral director, guiding families through one of the most personal times in life. Away from the funeral home, she enjoys spending time with her family, outdoor activities and reading a good book.
Rollin M Hoyle
In 1977, Rollin Hoyle took a part-time position with an Italian funeral home in San Jose, California. Now, more than 4 decades later, he has worked in California, Idaho and Washington, serving with Dignity Memorial® in Spokane since the late 1980s. He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer.
Rollin’s work in the Spokane area has allowed him to develop relationships with various cultural and community groups.
Rollin is married to his wife, who continues to support him, playing a key role in his success. He and his wife are involved in their church and live active lifestyles, enjoying motorcycling, traveling and many outdoor activities.
Jack Dean Bailey
Jack Bailey is a funeral director at several funeral homes in the Spokane area. He joined the Dignity Memorial® Spokane family in 2013. Prior to becoming a funeral director, he pastored churches in Sheridan, Oregon, Spokane and Walla Walla, Washington.
Grateful for the opportunity to serve, Jack says that each day provides amazing accounts of service by veterans, accomplishments of people in the community as well as the tenderness and compassion of area families.
Jack and his wife are very active with church and family. They have 4 beautiful granddaughters and live in Liberty Lake, Washington.
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