With a passion for helping people, Michael Chapple has served the Winston-Salem and surrounding areas as a Funeral Director since 1989. His compassionate and caring nature allows families to feel comforted during their time of need. Mike is married and they have four beautiful children together who have blessed them with four grandchildren. He is a member of Hillsdale United Methodist Church, where he and his family serve faithfully. Mike serves as a member of the Rotary Club of Clemmons and also has served on various committees with hospice and palliative care. When he is not volunteering or being “Poppie” to his grandchildren he enjoys playing golf, running and taking trips to the beach.
Danielle S Boyette
Originally from Greenville, South Carolina, Danielle moved to Winston-Salem with the purpose of serving families during their time of need. She attended the University of South Carolina where she studied biology and chemistry.
Danielle began her college journey with the intent to study medicine but found her passion for helping people went beyond a medical lab. She then went on to study mortuary science at Piedmont Technical College.
Danielle prides herself on not only providing a funeral service for grieving families, but delivering a celebration of life centered around remembering each loved one's personalities, hobbies and accomplishments.
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