Brandon began serving families with Demaine Funeral Home in 2007. Originally from Pittsburgh, he received his bachelor's degree from Penn State University and completed his schooling at the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. He is a licensed funeral director in Virginia, Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania.
Brandon enjoys participating in local organizations that support the community, including the Chamber of Commerce and Rotary. He resides in Gainesville with his wife Tiffany and daughter Alex.
Danielle Nicole Everly
Danielle has been serving families in the Northern Virginia area since 2012 and with the staff of Demaine Funeral Home in Springfield since 2016. A native of Northern Virginia, she graduated from Chantilly High School, attended George Mason University, Northern Virginia Community College and graduated from John Tyler Community College with a degree in funeral service in May 2015.
Inspired by her beloved grandfather, a community leader and former owner of Everly Wheatley Funeral Home, Danielle is the fourth generation of the Everly family to serve the Northern Virginia community. She is also a fourth-generation member of the Alexandria Rotary Club. Danielle enjoys reading, horseback riding and spending time with her family and friends. She resides in the city of Alexandria with her 2 dogs.
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