Choua joined DeYoung Memorial Chapel in Stockton in 2015. She graduated from American River College, majoring in funeral education services and is passionate about helping families through their losses. She speaks both English and Hmong. When she is not at work Choua enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading and watching sci-fi movies.
Melvin L Lincoln
Funeral Services Assistant
Mel started his career at DeYoung Memorial Chapel in June 1964 as a funeral director and embalmer. He has continuously served his community by providing exceptional funeral service for more than half a century. Mel currently works as a part-time funeral attendant and is often found mentoring the next generation of funeral directors. Because of his long tenure, Mel is well-known within the community and has built close, trusting relationships with the families he has served, often finding himself invited to a family party after a chance encounter. When he is not working, Mel enjoys trout fishing and spends much of his time with his grandchildren, camping, attending their soccer games and taking them to school in the mornings.
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