Valley View Memorial Park and Funeral Home

4335 West 4100 South West Valley City, UT 84120


  • Megan Gorzitze Clark

    Funeral Director

    Megan Cragun has been serving families in the Salt Lake City and West Valley City areas since 2001. She is from Sandy, Utah, and earned her degree in mortuary science from Arapahoe Community College in Colorado. In her spare time Megan enjoys camping, traveling and playing with her three boys.

  • Angelina Rushton Helm

    Funeral Director

    Angelina became a licensed funeral director in May 2016 after graduating with high honors from the mortuary science program in 2015. In 2017 Angelina received the Rookie Recognition Award from the Utah Funeral Directors Association. Angelina loves taking care of the families she serves. She was born and raised in West Valley City, Utah, and currently resides there with her husband and their two boys. In her free time, she works in the summer at her family's tomato farm and their chocolate factory in the winter. Her favorite thing to do is enjoy a Mickey caramel apple at Disneyland while watching fireworks.

  • Greg C. Ballard

    General Manager

    Since 1996, Greg Ballard has provided compassionate care to families in and around the Salt Lake Valley. After earning his degree from the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science in 1999, he moved back to Utah and became a member of our team. He is committed to providing support for families during challenging times and compassionately guiding them in their celebration of a life well-lived. Away from work, Greg enjoys spending time with his family and friends, playing music, volunteering to support local youth groups and discovering new treats from ice creams to sodas and confections.

  • Kamille Llewelyn

    Funeral Director

    Kamille Llewelyn grew up in West Valley City and has been serving families in the area since 2015. She earned her degree in mortuary science from Salt Lake Community College. She loves being a part of our team and serving families during their time of need. When Kamille is not at the funeral home, she is busy being a mom to a blended family of 9 children, traveling with her family and friends or playing games and baking yummy treats in the kitchen.

  • Tyler C Moffitt

    Funeral Director

    Tyler was born and raised in West Valley City and earned his degree in mortuary science from Salt Lake Community College. He loves being a member of our team, serving families during their time of need. Away from work, Tyler enjoys reading, mountain biking, watching movies, and vacationing with his family.

  • David Gordon White

    Funeral Director

    David G. White has been in the mortuary profession since 1995, assisting families in all phases of the funeral process. He earned an associate degree in mortuary science from Cypress College in California in 1997. In 2007, he completed OSHA training and began providing safety and health training for various mortuaries in Utah, California and Arizona. In 2008, he was named a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice and earned a bachelor's degree in history from the University of Utah.

    A funeral director with Dignity Memorial since 2019, Mr. White is a licensed funeral director and embalmer and a certified crematory operator through Cremation Association of North America. He has served as a manager at multiple locations and as a director of personnel improvement, each position providing new opportunities for teaching and coaching fellow coworkers.

    Mr. White has served on the Corporate Safety Committee of Security National Financial Corporation, the Mortuary Science Program Advisory Committee for Salt Lake Community College, and on the friends board of the Salt Lake Children's Justice Center. He also served as a District 1 representative and on the Education/Best Practices Committee for the Utah Funeral Director’s Association.

    Holding the highest rank in Boy Scouts of America, Mr. White was recognized by the Los Angeles Area Council as Eagle Scout of the Year in 1988. He enjoys the outdoors and especially spending time with his wife and 5 children.