Erik has been in funeral service since 2003, serving as a family service counselor, funeral director and location manager. He chose the funeral industry because of the lasting impression made on him by other funeral directors who served his family. Erik wanted to be able to provide the comfort and compassion he experienced during his losses.
Erik attended Lewiston High School, class of 1989 and the University of Southern Maine, obtaining an associate degree. In 2002 Erik decided to go back to school and attended the Funeral Institute of the Northeast, obtaining an associate degree in funeral service and a bachelor’s degree from Kaplan University in business management.
Erik is involved in the community as a member of the Auburn Masonic Lodge and as a member of Purpoodock Club, where he likes to golf.
In 1991 Erik married his high-school sweetheart and together they raised their 3 sons. He is proud to share that his 2 oldest sons are currently serving our country in the military. Erik enjoys camping, hiking and traveling with his family.
David A Floryan
David was raised in Connecticut and went to mortuary college in California. He has worked in the funeral industry since 1999, first as a planning counselor, then as a manager and funeral director. David's wife practiced her master gardener skills on funeral home grounds for years.
David and his wife moved from Vermont to make Yarmouth their home. They renovated a home next to the Royal River and live there with their dog.
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