Kera enjoys time spent with her husband, Darrin, her children and grandchildren. She began her career in the funeral industry 12 years ago in Piedmont, South Carolina, but returned to her home state of California with her husband and children in 2007. Kera continued providing peace and comfort to families in the Fresno, Kern and Kings Counties until settling in Tulare County in June 2011. She is a current board member of the Tulare Police Activities League and a member and past secretary of Tulare Elks Lodge #1424.
Rhonda S Wright
Since 1993, Rhonda has served families in our community. Following the loss of her mother-in-law at the young age of 53, Rhonda was allowed to help prepare the service at a local chapel in Tulare. Her experience with the director there inspired her to begin a career in the funeral industry. Rhonda works hard to ease the burden for the families she serves, leading them through each step of the process. She especially enjoys preparing personalized services, believing each should be as unique as the loved one being honored.
Born and raised in Colorado, Rhonda enjoys times spent with her husband, 2 sons and their families, including 1 granddaughter and 4 grandsons. She also enjoys needlework, quilting, cooking and baking.
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