Associates

  • Norman F Burkett

    Manager

    A 1984 graduate of Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service in Atlanta, Norman has been serving families through funeral service for over 4 decades. His belief in continuing education has led to him obtain the distinction of Certified Funeral Service Practitioner in 1997.

    Originally from Orlando, Florida, Norman lives in Tucker where he and his wife are active members of Tucker First United Methodist Church. He is also active in Tucker Masonic Lodge, Tucker Order of the Eastern Star and the Rotary Club of Tucker. In his spare time, Norman enjoys camping, hiking, biking, canoeing—basically any outdoor activity with his wife. He also enjoys spending time with family; especially his grandchildren.

  • Stephen P Lambert

    General Manager

    Paul has been compassionately serving families since 2004 and he is honored to be a part of the Dignity Memorial® team. He strives each day to genuinely make a difference in the lives of each family he serves as well as those with whom he serves . When he isn't at Floral Hills Funeral Home, Paul enjoys making the most of his time with his family; knowing each and every day is a gift.

  • Elliot Daniel Flom

    Funeral Director

    Elliot began working in funeral service as a part-time general-duty employee from 2007 to 2010 while finalizing his master's degree in professional counseling, with a desire to specialize in bereavement and complicated grief. After serving about two years as a counselor, Elliot felt compelled to return to funeral service. Resuming a part-time position as a funeral attendant, he enrolled in mortuary college and served his apprenticeship before becoming a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He has an excellent rapport with his colleagues and the community. His vow to each family he serves is to make a difficult time as smooth as possible.

    Elliot loves being with his wife and daughter. In his spare time, he enjoys riding his bicycle, jogging, cooking, hanging out with family and friends, and playing with hobby-level radio-controlled cars.