Ready to Serve You

Our experienced, compassionate professionals are ready to assist you at Southern Cremations & Funerals's three family-owned funeral homes in Marietta, Covington and Fairburn. Our goal is to create meaningful experiences and lasting memories for our customers and their families. We are available to assist you 24/7 with immediate needs or are happy to schedule an appointment to help you pre-plan your own future services. Above all, we strive to treat each family we serve with kindness, professionalism and honesty.


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Christine Hunsaker Owner of Southern Cremations & Funerals and President of Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Robert J. Hunsaker Executive Vice President, Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Sam L. Russell Vice President of Funeral & Cemetery Operations, Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Micah Brown Vice President of Sales, Hunsaker Partners LLC
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Brett Newbern Chief Financial Officer of Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Dr. Cindi Branch Human Resources Consultant at Hunsaker Partners, LLC

Southern Cremations & Funerals - Marietta

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Kenny Miller Funeral Home Manager, Funeral Director
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Dorsey Thomas Assistant Manager, Funeral Director
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Marcquis Phillips Funeral Director
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Cameron Fields Funeral Apprentice
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Brandy Crowe Funeral Apprentice
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Brian Williams Funeral Assistant, Funeral Apprentice
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Sergio Acevedo Funeral Apprentice
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Leonel Villanueva Funeral Assistant
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Mattie Brooks Funeral Assistant
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Troy Hall Chaplain, Community Relations
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Donna Seagrave Cemetery Administrator
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Lisa Barker Funeral Administrator
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Lizette M. Hernández Flores Funeral Home Associate
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Ashlee Cranford Aftercare Specialist
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Nate White Cemetery Superintendent
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Bella Grief Therapy Dog

Southern Cremations & Funerals - Covington

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Johanna Martinez Funeral Home Manager, Funeral Director
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Rashaad Ansley Funeral Director
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Sophie Newsome Administrator
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Jason Little Funeral Assistant

Southern Cremations & Funerals - Fairburn

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Tiffani Chambers Funeral Home Manager, Funeral Director
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Tony House Funeral Director
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Kashia Webster Assistant Manager, Funeral Director
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Chadwick Wray Hall Funeral Service Apprentice
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William Jordan Funeral Assistant
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Anthony King Funeral Assistant
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David Fleming Funeral Assistant
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Heather Black Administrative Manager

Corporate

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Christina Nethery Accounting Manager of Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Debbie Hunsaker Marketing Director of Hunsaker Partners, LLC

Christine Hunsaker

Owner of Southern Cremations & Funerals and President of Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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With over 25 years of experience, Christine has worked every facet of the funeral, cemetery and cremation business. She has been a corporate officer for two of the largest publicly traded companies in the United States—Stewart Enterprises and Service Corporation International. Christine holds a degree in political science and business administration from Utah State University and a Master’s Degree in international business/trade/commerce from University of Cape Town, in South Africa. She is a Board Member of the International Cemetery and Cremation Funeral Association (ICCFA) and a member of the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) and the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA).

Christine has lived in Georgia for over 20 years and is an avid pet lover. In fact, she is also the founder and owner of Paws, Whiskers & Wags, Your Pet Crematory with three locations in Georgia and North Carolina. She and her partner, Kellie Rowker, a nurse at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, have two dogs and two rescue cats.

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Robert J. Hunsaker

Executive Vice President, Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Robert has been involved in the funeral industry his entire life, as his father was a funeral director and they were living in a funeral home when he was born. From an early age, he worked at a cemetery and a group of funeral homes. He finds great satisfaction in helping families during a very difficult time of their lives and enjoys establishing relationships with all those he is honored to serve. Robert has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Weber State University and has worked in sales and executive positions for several companies that serve the funeral industry, including: Batesville Casket Company, Great Western Insurance Company, Service Corporation International and SinoSource International, Inc. He is a Board Member for the Cremation Association of North America (CANA) and a member of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) and International Cemetery and Cremation Funeral Association (ICCFA). Robert has been married to Debra George Hunsaker for 30 years and loves spending time with his family which includes three children: Jenna, J.R. and Jett. He enjoys traveling, hunting, fishing and anything in the outdoors.

Sam L. Russell

Vice President of Funeral & Cemetery Operations, Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Sam has 35 years of experience in the funeral industry, with 25 years in leadership and executive leadership positions. He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer who started out in a small-town funeral home and has since worked in rural funeral homes and some of the most prestigious funeral homes in Georgia and Texas. He has held senior leadership roles with the largest funeral home and cemetery company in the US and was responsible for developing training and service programs to increase customer care for families. He is also an expert on options for families choosing cremation. Sam is committed to helping the employees at all our funeral homes and cemetery properties adhere to our company core values of quality and excellence. He considers it a privilege to help families during difficult times.

Sam has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Berry College, a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Tennessee, and an Associate of Science in Funeral Service from John A. Gupton College. He also has a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration from North Park University. Sam enjoys national and international travel, outdoor activities, history, and his dog Bo.

Micah Brown

Vice President of Sales, Hunsaker Partners LLC
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Micah has a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law/Political Science and 8 years of experience in the funeral and cemetery industry. He chose to work in this industry so he can educate families on the importance of planning their arrangements before the time of need. Micah enjoys being able to become part of someone’s family to offer some relief from the stress and anxiety that comes with losing a loved one. He is married, has four children, and enjoys spending quality time with them. Micah is very passionate about hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

Brett Newbern

Chief Financial Officer of Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Brett has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Texas and his background includes consolidation, forecasting and planning, financial reporting and other analysis projects to support business needs. He started his professional experience in banking, then switched to real estate development for REITs in the public and private sector for 10 years. After moving to Atlanta in 1998, he started his own consulting and financial services company and served as the Vice President and Regional Financial Controller for a national sanitation rehab company specializing in restructuring. Brett first began working in accounting for Paws,Whiskers & Wags in 2012, then helped form Hunsaker Partners in 2013. He is currently the Financial Officer for Paws, Whiskers & Wags, Hunsaker Partners and Hunsaker Properties. He's been with his wife JoAnna for 20 years and has 3 children, two dogs, a rabbit and a hamster. Brett's hobbies include camping, soccer, baseball, anything in the outdoors, and spending time with his family.

 

Dr. Cindi Branch

Human Resources Consultant at Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Cindi Branch has her Doctorate in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from the University of Georgia and over 20 years of human resources experience with the largest provider of funeral, cemetery and crematory services in the world. She has a passion for service and training. Cindi is also a devoted pet lover and helped found Paws, Whiskers & Wags, Your Pet Crematory in 2005 following the death of her beloved poodle, Casey. She initiated Paws, Whiskers & Wag's Grief Training Program and helps maintain our strong relationship with the University of Georgia. An avid “Bulldawg,” Cindi makes her home at Lake Oconee and shares it with her two Poodle kids, Rudy and Lucky Girl. She enjoys the outdoors, boating, sports, movies and reading.

Kenny Miller

Funeral Home Manager, Funeral Director
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Kenny is a licensed funeral director, embalmer and insurance agent. He graduated from Georgia Southern University with a B.S.Ed. in Secondary Math Education and from Jefferson State College with an Associate in Applied Science, Funeral Service Education. Kenny is a former associate pastor who began assisting a funeral home in Warner Robbins in 1994. He has since managed three funeral homes, two cemeteries, a crematory business (which he started from the ground up) and was a Family Service Counselor. When he was working as a Family Service Counselor, his grandmother died. Everything that could go wrong with her funeral and burial, did go wrong. This experience motivated him to take the next step and become a licensed a licensed funeral director. He wanted to ensure that no family would ever have to experience what his family did. Kenny believes that each family always deserves our best. His personal motto is: “How would you take care of this family’s loved one if she was your mother?” Kenny and his wife, Edie, enjoy spending time with their family – including their six grandchildren. They enjoy watching the grandchildren in their activities, discovering new restaurants, camping, hiking, antiquing, playing golf, watch the Atlanta Braves and exploring new places in the mountains.

Dorsey Thomas

Assistant Manager, Funeral Director
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Dorsey earned an Associates of Applied Science in Funeral Service at Gupton Jones College of Funeral Services and is a licensed embalmer and funeral director in the states of Georgia and Texas with over 15 years of experience. He also studied computer programming and repair at Computer Ed Institute and DeKalb Technical College and is currently pursuing Death Investigator Certification.  

Dorsey enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, football (avid GA Bulldogs Fan), and traveling. GO DAWGS!!!

Marcquis Phillips

Funeral Director
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Marcquis graduated from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service and is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Now with over three years of industry experience, he chose this vocation because he loves to help families through one of the worst times of their lives. In his free time, Marquis enjoys playing and watching baseball, and relaxing and spending quality time with family and friends.

Cameron Fields

Funeral Apprentice
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Cameron received an Associate of Science Degree in Funeral Service and is a certified crematory operator and Cobb County Deputy Registrar. He has two years of funeral home & crematory operations experience. From the age of 8, Cameron knew he wanted to work in the funeral industry. He had a desire to make a difference in the life of families during their most difficult times. His philosophy is to treat the loved ones of the families he serves as if they were his own.

Cameron loves his hometown of Detroit, MI and says it molded him into the man he is today. As a former college football player, he enjoys watching football and other organized sports, and watching up and coming young talent in the area. He also loves spending time with his family and friends – because nothing is promised!

Brandy Crowe

Funeral Apprentice
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Brandy is a very compassionate and empathetic person that truly enjoys helping others, so she knew at a very young age that we wanted to work in funeral service industry. She felt that there was no better way to help than to assist families in their time of loss. To make a small difference during their darkest times or add a little light and ease their burdens so they can grieve. Her goal is to continue her education and apprenticeship so she can become a licensed funeral director. Brandy’s life philosophy of helping others was instilled in her through her late mother. She taught Brandy to be kind to everyone because you never know what battle they may be facing.

 Brandy currently lives in the Metro Atlanta area with her son, daughter, and son-in-law. They have 3 cats and an 8-year-old bearded dragon. She enjoys spending time with her family, kayaking, hiking, and playing board games.

 

Brian Williams

Funeral Assistant, Funeral Apprentice
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Brian is currently a student at Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service. He started in the funeral industry after the passing of his grandfather. As a child, he was always told that God had something special for him. After volunteering in the funeral industry for many hours, he determined that funeral service was his best choice. Brian enjoys serving families during their time of need – when the family needs the most love, support and to know that someone is truly there to support them.

During his down time, Brian enjoys fishing, traveling, shopping and spending time with family and friends. He has a daily goad of putting a smile on someone’s face.

Sergio Acevedo

Funeral Apprentice
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Sergio is new to the funeral industry, with a background in customer service and medical sales. A native of Mexico, he became involved in funeral service thru a family connection and discovered that he loves helping families. His outgoing personality and multi-lingual skills make him a true asset to the company. Sergio is fluent in English and Spanish, with a working knowledge of French and German.

Sergio learned early in life (from his grandmother) that being kind, listening and helping others are important attributes. When he had the opportunity to start working in the funeral industry, he immediately felt “at home.” He said it is both humbling and an honor to assist families during a difficult time. Sergio enjoys running, any outdoor activity, kayaking, cooking, and domestic and international travel. He also has a keen interest in horticulture including growing and breeding orchids.

Leonel Villanueva

Funeral Assistant
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Leonel is a native of Venezuela. He moved to the United States in 1997 and has been in the funeral industry for 7 years. Leonel is one of the first people that our families get to see, and enjoys being the comfort as he helps the families to prepare for the next steps. Leonel’s professionalism and character show strongly in his everyday work ethic and compassion for the families he serves. He has a kind heart and has been a great addition to the Southern Cremations & Funeral family.

When Leonel is not at work he enjoys going to the gym, being around friends and family. He also enjoys spending time with his doggie, Chloe.

Mattie Brooks

Funeral Assistant
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Mattie is from Dalton, Georgia but has lived in Marietta most for her life. She said she found her “calling” when she started working for Southern Cremations & Funerals at Cheatham Hill as an Administrative Assistant. She now wants to further her education and become a funeral director. Mattie has two beautiful daughters (Ava and Cheyenne) and an awesome dad. She and her girls love to play basketball, skate and go to the mountains.

Troy Hall

Chaplain, Community Relations
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Troy Hall joined the staff of Southern Cremations and Funerals in February 2016. He was born and raised in Paulding County and graduated from Paulding County High School. Troy was called to preach the summer of that same year. He went on to college and earned a degree in computers. Troy also attended Bible College for 2 years at Atlanta Bible College and Georgia Baptist Seminary. He has been a licensed minister for 15 years and loves ministering to people in any way the Lord presents the opportunity. Troy is married to Yolanda Hall and has a beautiful 7-year-old daughter.

In Troy’s words, “I have experienced a lot in my life physically and mentally, which has helped me to help others in life. I have had 6 major heart surgeries including a heart transplant so life is very precious to me. I try to live every day as my last. All these trials in my life have made me who I am and have given me a great compassion.”

Donna Seagrave

Cemetery Administrator
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Donna’s background in the cemetery industry and detail-oriented nature make her a good addition to our team. Donna attended the State University of New York in Buffalo, where she met her husband. After 15 years as a paralegal, she spent 16 years within the death care industry (Gibraltar Mausoleum Corp., Service Corporation International, and Carriage Services) as well as 11 years with a cemetery and funeral home software developer (Memorial Business Systems) which lets her bring a unique perspective in working with our families. Although Donna originally hails from New York City, she moved around the country with her husband of 40+ years before they settled in this area 20 years ago with their daughter. Her daughter has since married and started her own family. Donna has not had time for 'empty nest syndrome.’ She loves reading, listening to all types of music, painting, crafting and travel .. but nothing more than being a new grandma!

Lisa Barker

Funeral Administrator
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Lisa has an Associate of Arts in Business Administration and has worked in multiple roles in the service industry including retail, hospitality, and sales/marketing. She has also worked in administrative roles in county government, as well as serving in multiple roles in an assisted living/memory care community. Lisa enjoys helping others, making people smile, and providing a white-glove level of customer service to our families. She and her husband Melvin have been together for nearly 20 years, starting in their teens. They have two teenage girls and four boys (including twins).

Lizette M. Hernández Flores

Funeral Home Associate
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Lizette was born in Mexico City, Mexico. She moved to Atlanta with her parents in 1988 and grew up in the Austell/Mableton area, graduating from Pebblebrook High School. After graduating from high school, Lizette went to work for The Consulate General of Mexico, where she had the privilege of working under a great mentor—H. Teodoro Maus(+). At the Consulate, she worked in the Protection Department, helping Mexican nationals with various issues, including helping repatriate loved ones that had passed away in any of the three states under the jurisdiction of the Consulate in Atlanta. Lizette left the Consulate to open her own business and she became a restauranteur/entrepreneur for 20 years. She decided to sell her business in 2017 to dedicate her full attention to her father. “It has and will always be the greatest joy of my life to have had the great opportunity to be with my father until his passing in August of 2018. This is when we met the Hunsaker Family. We appreciated the compassionate, caring and knowledgeable way they guided our family through the second hardest moment of our lives (we lost our mother in 2002). During my experience as a business owner, customer service was my number one priority—and will continue to be my priority as we help families that are so vulnerable.”

Lizette believes that having someone that can speak the same language and understand the cultural needs of families during their time of loss is very important. She hopes to reach out to the Hispanic community to help these families and share the caring and compassionate ways of Hunsaker Partners with them.

Lizette is married to David Quinn. Their niece and nephew (Yvy and Dylan) live with us, along with their super spoiled dog Crispín. Lizette and David both share a love for spending time with family and enjoy having weekly dinners with their extended family. Dance has always been an important part of Lizette’s life. She also enjoys yoga, meditation and reading.

Ashlee Cranford

Aftercare Specialist
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Ashlee loves talking to people and making them happy. Most of all, she likes to take care of people. That's why she's a natural fit here at Southern Cremations & Funerals as she helps families get through tough times and gets to make a difference in their lives.

Ashlee started out in the restaurant business at the age of 15 and most recently worked at the Cardiovascular Group. She is an excellent communicator and enjoys working with all different types of people. "The families that come in here, you feel like you are a part of them," says Ashlee.

Nate White

Cemetery Superintendent
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Nate White is an integral member of the team at Southern Cremations and Funerals at Cheatham Hill Memorial Park. He has been in the cemetery profession since 2011, and loves that his role at our Cheatham Hill Memorial Park allows him to work outside.

When Nate is not at the park, you can find Nate reading, watching movies, bike riding, and playing with his dogs.

Bella

Grief Therapy Dog
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Bella is a three-year-old black Labradoodle who has been professionally trained as a therapy dog by Lorenzo’s Dog Training Team. A Labradoodle is a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Standard Poodle. Her “parents” are Robert and Debbie Hunsaker, whose family owns Southern Cremations & Funerals at Cheatham Hill. Since Bella has a sweet temperament, is naturally curious and loves to meet people, she quickly took to her new "job" as a grief therapy dog and now loves to go to work with Robert. Bella comes to work every weekday in her “work vest” and would love to meet you. When she’s not working, Bella loves to chase squirrels, go for walks in Kennesaw National Battlefield Park, get belly rubs and play with her favorite toys – a stuffed hedgehog and rabbit.

We are also in the pet cremation business. Our sister company, Paws, Whiskers & Wags, Your Pet Crematory, has two locations in Georgia. Click for more information about our pet cremation services.

Johanna Martinez

Funeral Home Manager, Funeral Director
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Johanna graduated from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service in 2007 and is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Georgia and Florida. She has worked as a funeral director, crematory manager, location manager and family service counselor at funeral homes and cremation centers in Georgia and Florida. Johanna has 15 years of funeral and cemetery industry experience and loves assisting families (even though it is a tough job) at the worst time of their lives. She is naturally a compassionate person and genuinely cares for the families she serves.

Johanna has a “family first” philosophy and her family is her #1 priority. She also enjoys traveling and salsa music/dancing. She has two sons and two grandchildren. Johanna is originally from Puerto Rico and is fully bilingual. Hablo español. She first moved to Georgia in 1985 and has also resided in Florida.

Rashaad Ansley

Funeral Director
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Rashaad Ansley joined our team in 2019. He started as a funeral director at our Marietta location and was promoted that same year to manage our new location in Covington (opened in August 2019). A graduate of Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service, he believes the funeral industry is a way to give back to mankind by serving and helping them through a difficult time. Rashaad currently holds funeral director and embalmer licenses in Georgia, as well as a coroner’s license. He is a native and current residence of Monroe (Walton County) where he is an active role model in his community. In his spare time, Rashaad enjoys working with young people and helping them unlock many doors to their future.

 

Sophie Newsome

Administrator
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Sophie is originally from Kingston, Jamaica and has five years of experience in accounting and human resource management. She enjoys the service she gives to others and likes to think she is making a difference in people’s lives. It is her purpose to help others as much as she can, so that individuals can have a better outcome in any situation and live a meaningful life. Sophie believes that the path to a better life is through the practices and development of respect, professionalism, love, and honesty. She loves to experience new culture and atmospheres, and her favorite place to visit is Miami, FL. When not traveling, Sophie is involved with volunteer work/community participation with SGI-USA Atlanta. She lives with her family of five in the Atlanta area.

Jason Little

Funeral Assistant
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Jason joined Southern Cremations & Funerals in August 2018 as a funeral assistant. With 25 years in the service industry, he was no stranger to the hard work and dedication required to provide excellent customer service. Originally from Louisiana and with a background in culinary arts, he was coaxed into the funeral industry. With excellent mentorship and an adventurous spirit, he grew with the company and became certified as a crematory operator in December 2018. Jason believes there are two times when people are at their worst: when they are grieving and when they are hungry. Now he has the skills and experience to assist families in either situation.

 

Tiffani Chambers

Funeral Home Manager, Funeral Director
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Tiffani is a Mu Sigma Alpha graduate of Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service and a licensed funeral director, embalmer and certified crematory operator. She feels she received a “later in life calling” to help families through the most difficult time in their lives and strives to ease their stress in making those final decisions.

Tiffani has two daughters (Kristen and Tatum) and a fiancé (Tony) that have supported her tremendously in her career. She also has four fur babies: Louie, Sage, KC and Chasity. Tiffani loves crafts of all types, but especially enjoys acrylic painting.

Tony House

Funeral Director
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Tony grew up in Cobb County and graduated from North Cobb High School. He was raised in the funeral business as his father, uncles and other family members were funeral directors. After serving in the US Army, he followed in his father’s footsteps and attended Gupton-Jones College of Funeral Service. He started out as an EMT with Metro Ambulance Service and worked for Medford Funeral Home in Marietta. He later moved to Griffin and worked for Haisten Funeral Homes for over 25 years. In 2010, he became the manager of Holly Hill Funeral Home, and later the owner. In September 2019, Tony merged Holly Hill Funeral Home with Southern Cremations & Funerals. Tony has 2 sons and 6 grandchildren.

 

Kashia Webster

Assistant Manager, Funeral Director
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At the tender age of 5 years old, Kashia began to find a love for funeral service. As a result, she later decided to attain an associate degree in Applied Science in Funeral Service. She graduated from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Services in 2011 and is currently licensed as a funeral director and embalmer. Kashia furthered her educational studies by receiving a bachelor’s degree in Leadership and Biblical Studies from Beulah Heights University in 2016. Kashia has served in multiple capacities in the funeral industry for over 10 years and has a deep passion for assisting families during the most vulnerable times of their lives. She has a servant’s heart which leads her to provide a wealth of compassion, coupled with professionalism, with each family she encounters. 

 

In her spare time, Kashia thoroughly enjoys spending quality time with her family and her fur baby “Prissy.” She loves to travel, research history, read, and learn new information. Kashia is an advocate for community cohesiveness and devotes much of her time to spreading love to others from all different walks of life. 

 

Chadwick Wray Hall

Funeral Service Apprentice
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Chad is a licensed funeral service apprentice, certified crematory operator, and certified notary republic. He graduated from Fayetteville Technical Community College with a degree in Funeral Service. His 34 years of experience has led him to serve in many aspects of the funeral industry. Chad is very passionate about each detail of the services we provide to our families. As a young boy he began to help at a locally owned funeral home, sweeping floors and assisting in any way that he could at funerals, visitations, etc. This created in him a strong passion for helping others. He is married to Craig Redelman and they have two small dogs (Arie and Sophie) and a cat (Dewy). He enjoys collecting funeral artifacts.

William Jordan

Funeral Assistant
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William is a native of Scottdale, GA and graduated from Shamrock High School. He worked for the DeKalb County School System for 15 years. In 2015, William began his journey of service in the funeral industry. He believes that funeral service is a calling from God and he always puts God first. William has been married to his wife Virginia for over 25 years and they have four children. He enjoys serving in his church, spending time with family, and watching sports.

Anthony King

Funeral Assistant
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Anthony attended technical college in the Atlanta area and has a degree in Food Service. He was a limousine driver for funerals for two years before joining Southern Cremations & Funerals. He feels it is important to serve families in need during their time of bereavement.  William is married to Sonya King and the couple have five children. He loves spending quality time with his family, singing and fishing.

David Fleming

Funeral Assistant
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David has an Associate of Science from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service and is a certified crematory operator and arranger. He has been working in the industry for over a year now and has a true desire to help people. He enjoys working in customer service and helping families that need closure. David and his partner of four years have two dogs.

Heather Black

Administrative Manager
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Heather has worked for Holly Hill Memorial Park and Southern Cremations & Funerals since 2014. She has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management and is working to obtain her master’s degree. Heather’s goal is to help families as much as she can during the difficult situation of losing a loved one. She knows first-hand what it is like to lose someone she loves, so tries to make this process a little easier for our families.

Christina Nethery

Accounting Manager of Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Christina has a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and several years of experience in both the accounting and funeral industry. She was the Controller for Lohman Properties (14 locations) in Florida for 7 years and Regional Manager for StoneMor Partners (22 locations) for 3 years. She enjoys spending time with family in her spare time, including one daughter and a grandson.

Debbie Hunsaker

Marketing Director of Hunsaker Partners, LLC
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Debbie has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications/Public Relations from Weber State University and has over 18 years of experience in sales, public relations, marketing and journalism. She’s been a public relations director, managing editor and lead reporter for a community newspaper, and client relations/business development manager for a marketing company. Specialties include copy writing, script writing, social media and developing strategic marketing campaigns. Debbie and her husband Robert are originally from Utah and have three children. Her hobbies include spending time with her family, reading, boating, fishing, and volunteering in her community.