Sean Hadad has been serving as the location manager of Peek Funeral Home since early 2015. He loves his job where, along with the wonderful staff, he meets with families and helps them arrange meaningful memorials for their loved one. Prior to his time at Peek, Sean was an assistant manager for the family service department at Westminster Memorial Park, where he served both the cemetery and funeral needs of families.
Sean realized his love for service after spending two years of volunteer missionary work in Melbourne, Australia, and four years working in hospitality in Vietnam. He has studied the Vietnamese language since 2004 and is very familiar with their cultural and traditional needs. He loves to serve in the Vietnamese community and often participates with various organizations and non-profit groups on community events.
Sean is originally from Perris, California, and has been living in Orange County since 2007. Sean likes to spend his free time with his family and enjoys playing sports such as soccer, skateboarding and surfing.
Since 2000 Anna Lam has provided peace and comfort to families in the Westminster and Orange County areas at Peek Funeral Home. Anna was born and raised in Vietnam and came to the U.S. in 1981. She earned a degree in accounting at Fullerton College and has used her attention to detail and caring nature to serve families during the passing of loved ones.
In her spare time Anna enjoys spending time with her grandchild at youth baseball games and participating in activities at her local Buddhist temple.
MaiThy has served families in the Westminster and Orange county area since the 2000s. She loves her job and hopes to be able to continue to serve families for as long as possible. She has acquired many new "family members" throughout her time working in the community and keeping in touch with those she has served. MaiThy is originally from Saigon, Vietnam, and has lived in Orange County since the 1980s. She has always been very active in the Vietnamese community through her various charities that she runs and volunteers for in her spare time. MaiThy organizes dharma retreats in Orange County and Vietnam regularly and participates in other larger organized retreats as a practitioner and translator.
Linda Nguyen Tran
Linda Tran has served families at Peek Funeral Home for many decades, beginning as a receptionist and fulfilling many roles, including location manager. She loves to listen and share her experience and heartfelt care with families who are going through the most difficult of times. In addition to her service in the funeral industry, Linda is well-known in the Orange County Vietnamese community for volunteering at various events over the years.
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