Valley View Memorial Park and Funeral Home

4335 West 4100 South West Valley City, UT

Associates

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    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.

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    Danielle DeLuca

    Funeral Director

    Danielle is a licensed master esthetician, licensed funeral director and embalmer, and is licensed to sell property, casualty and life insurance. She finds working in the funeral industry extremely rewarding.

    Originally from Riverton, Utah, Danielle is passionate about animals—especially her dachshunds—and her father's old car collection. She enjoys traveling, gardening and spending time with her son.

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    Matthew Dobson

    Funeral Director

    Matt Dobson has been serving families in Utah and California since 2000. He serves each family with genuine care and compassion. Originally from bountiful Utah, Matt resides in American Fork. In his spare time he enjoys woodworking, acting and traveling with his wife and three children.

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    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.

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    Ronald E Nielson

    Funeral Director

    Ron grew up in Montana and has been in mortuary service since 1969, serving families with the utmost compassion and professionalism. In his spare time Ron enjoys traveling, golfing and fishing.

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    Rachel Proctor

    Funeral Director

    Rachel Proctor has been serving families in the Salt Lake City and West Valley City area since 2012. She is from Magna, Utah, and earned her degree in mortuary science from Salt Lake Community College. In her spare time Rachel enjoys traveling, baking and spending time with her family.

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    Andrew B Sears

    Funeral Director

    Ben Sears has been serving families since 1996. Born and raised in Salt Lake City, he currently resides in Brickyard. In his spare time, Ben enjoys hiking, photography, music and his volunteer work with Utah Friends of Paleontology and the entomology department at the Natural History Museum of Utah.

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    Daniel F Seron

    Funeral Director

    Daniel F. Seron is a 1994 graduate of Southern California Cypress College of Mortuary Science. He is a licensed funeral director and has been serving Utah families since 1994. He resides in Big Cottonwood Canyon in the summer and Sandy in the winter. Daniel enjoys travel, home improvement projects and spending spare time with family.

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    Justin Ray Welker

    Funeral Director

    Justin Welker joined Wasatch Lawn Mortuary in October 2014 after relocating from Twin Falls, Idaho, where he worked at a local funeral home for seven years. He graduated from the mortuary science program at Salt Lake Community College in May 2016 and became licensed the following June. Justin feels blessed to have found a career providing meaningful service to families in difficult times. He enjoys meeting new people and helping them through what is, no doubt, one of the toughest times in their lives. Justin volunteers with his church and at many community events. As the oldest of four siblings, family is an important part of his life.