Roger’s commitment to maintaining standards of excellence extends beyond the funeral home scenario. He is an active church member, a loving husband and a devoted father to his daughter and son.
Her unique experience as the child of career enlisted military parents gives her insight into the importance of dignity, respect and honour when it comes to service. As a Hospice Volunteer, Kimberly has experience helping families in time of grief.
Brendolyn worked for the Social Security Administration for 38 years, retiring in January 2009. She and her husband, Robert, have lived in Southfield, Michigan for over 28 years and are the proud parents of three adult children. Brendolyn is a faithful member of Empowerment Church in Southfield, lending a helpful hand in various capacities.
According to Brendolyn, when she tells someone that she works at a funeral home, the first question they ask is, “Why?” Her answer is, “Why not?” After all, it’s in her blood. Her father was a Licensed Mortician and Funeral Home Owner in West Virginia for over 50 years. So, it’s only natural for Brendolyn to serve in the capacity that she does at Husband Family Funeral Home.
“After experiencing the loss of my Father, I gained a passion for wanting to support people during their time of loss. I am very excited to be working at Husband Family Funeral Home where I am able to provide support to our clients, as well as our incredible staff. I feel that my personal and professional experience with loss will help me provide the kindness and compassion that people deserve during this time. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with family, friends and my church family!“