Clint Champion is the assistant manager for the Dignity Memorial® funeral homes in the Spokane area. He is a licensed funeral director and has served in the funeral profession since the 1980s, serving in Spokane since 1993. He has carried out many roles, including funeral director, embalmer, pre-need counselor and cemetery counselor. Clint is active with his church, where he serves on the board of elders and volunteers on the advisory board for a local senior adult community.
Jennifer Charlene Melberg
Jennifer Melberg joined our team in early 2016 as a funeral director. She hails from the great Olympic Peninsula, which is known for its beautiful green moss and enormous amounts of rainfall, and has served as a funeral director and embalmer since 1999.
Jennifer is married to the love of her life and they have furry children they enjoy very much. She enjoys anything creative that she can do with her hands, with a special interest in clothing, costumes and anything to do with collage and fiber arts.
Sandra Carmel Walker
Sandra Walker has been in the business for over 18 years, 9 of which was spent as the general manager for the Powers/Price Helton Funeral Homes in Puyallup, Washington. Sandra and her family permanently relocated to Spokane, Washington, in 2016 where she assumed the role of general manager for the Spokane group of Dignity Memorial® providers.
Sandra is married with 2 children. While she loves rooting for the Seattle Seahawks, her real passion is the families she serves and the employees who serve them.
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 January 2013. Prior to becoming a funeral director, he pastored churches in Sheridan, Oregon, and Spokane and Walla Walla, Washington.
“Each day provides amazing accounts of service by veterans, accomplishments of people in our community and the tenderness and compassion of the families we serve. We have great opportunities to serve families in the Spokane Valley area,” says Jack.
Jack and his wife are very active with church and family. They have 4 beautiful granddaughters and live in Liberty Lake, Washington.
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.
This site is provided as a service of SCI Shared Resources, LLC. The Dignity Memorial brand name is used to identify a network of licensed funeral, cremation and cemetery providers that include affiliates of Service Corporation International, 1929 Allen Parkway, Houston, Texas. With over 2,000 locations, Dignity Memorial providers proudly serve over 300,000 families a year.