Gary Layton has been with the Dignity Memorial network since 2002. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, an organization involved in educational, charitable, religious, social welfare and public relief efforts. He also volunteers as a chaperone and class helper at his daughter's school. Gary is a member of the Yakima Southwest Rotary, serving as a teacher for Junior Achievement. In his spare time, Gary likes to golf, travel and camp with his daughter.
Michael Shawn Weber
Michael Weber's career in funeral service began in 1976 and he currently serves as general manager for our funeral home. He is a longtime member of the National Eagle Scout Association and continues to serve the scouts as a volunteer. A member of the Yakima Rotary Club since 2008, Michael supports educational opportunities for community youth. Michael is a proud husband, father and grandfather and his passions include mountain climbing, hiking, skiing and caring for his two horses.
James P Dufault
Jim Dufault began providing burial services in Yakima in 1979. Over the decades, Jim has earned nearly 40 years of experience while staying current with the changing values of modern families. Jim is an active member of St. Paul Cathedral and the Knights of Columbus Council 2303. Every year, Jim helps Central Washington families enjoy the annual Moxee Hop Festival by volunteering his time. Outside of work and service, Jim enjoys playing a good game of golf.
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