Tiffany Marone has worked in the funeral service industry since 2017. She is currently studying to obtain her mortuary science degree at Arapahoe Community College.
Tiffany met her husband in Okinawa, Japan, and has been a proud Army wife for 25 years. With three children and two granddaughters, spending time with her family is everything to her. Tiffany also has two cats and a small dog, rounding out her cheerful household. Having purchased a new home in Tumwater, she and her husband look forward to many more happy years in the area.
Diane Ruth Achord
A licensed funeral director and embalmer, Diane Achord joined our team in 2007. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Washington, she earned her Associate of Applied Science in Funeral Service from the Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service. She is licensed in the state of Washington and previously served as president of the Washington State Funeral Directors Association Southwest District. Diane believes in educating her community on funeral options and is honored to care for families during their time of need.
Sarah Kate Cannon
Sarah Cannon is motivated to compassionate service by her own personal experiences. Sarah lost her father when she was only 9 years old. His sudden and unexpected death at 35 had a profound impact on her life and career path. Sarah is working toward becoming certified in thanatology, the study of death and dying. The specific topic of grief in children is especially dear to her heart.
Sarah has heard that there are wedding people and there are funeral people, and she definitely considers herself a funeral person. She believes that much can be learned about life through death and is often inspired by the stories told in funeral services; learning what really matters to a person's family and friends. Sarah believes in the importance of involving children in the funeral process knowing that it often squelches the fears activated by what they see on TV and make up in their own imaginations.
Sarah offers unique and personal support to families as she works with them to plan a meaningful service honoring the life of each loved one and highlighting what matters most.
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