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Celebrate a life lived.

Every life is unique. Every funeral should be too. A final tribute can be as special as the person it represents. Let us help you plan a unique and personal service to celebrate your life or the life of someone you love.  Learn More »

Make your plans in advance.

Planning your final arrangements now, before the time of need, can be one of the greatest gifts you’ll give your loved ones—and you’ll benefit from peace of mind in taking care of this important responsibility. Getting started is easy.  Learn More »

To help you through a difficult time.

No one should face a loss alone. Please know there are people who can help if you or someone you love has experienced a loss. We’ve put together a selection of grief-support resources and references to help make a difficult time a little easier.  Learn More »

Questions?

Please call us at any time if you have questions or would like more information on a specific topic. You may also want to reference this Frequently Asked Questions section for answers, explanations and definitions about funeral, cemetery and cremation.  Learn More »

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Jack Cheek
Jack Cheek
Maintenance Supervisor at Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens
Brian Gunnoe
Brian Gunnoe
Apprentice Funeral Director /Embalmer and Crematory Operator
Calvin Bowling
Calvin Bowling
Funeral Assistant
Kenneth Lacy
Kenneth Lacy
Crematory Operator-in-Charge and Funeral Assistant
Rev. Glen Kuhn
Rev. Glen Kuhn
Funeral Assistant
Michael Knotts
Michael Knotts
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Venetta Broyles
Venetta Broyles
Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens Manager
Sam Bair
Sam Bair
Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens Family Service Counselor
Gary W. Diehl
Gary W. Diehl
Funeral Director/Embalmer and Crematory Operator