Our staff understands that all families are different. Each one of our staff members has experience in all areas of the death care industry. We strive to assist YOUR family in planning a meaningful funeral and memorialization that adequately fits your family member and your budget. If we can help after a death, or in planning ahead, please feel free to call us or come by anytime. We love to see old friends and make new ones.
Mark and Holly Box
Mark and Holly Box are committed to providing the very best service possible to the families they serve. Mark has been in the funeral service business for over 25 years. He has worked as a funeral director and as a contract service provider for all the funeral homes in this area. Holly has been in education for over 25 years. She has been a teacher, an instructional coach, an assistant principal and worked for the district office. Mark and Holly will work alongside the families they serve to provide a lasting tribute for the departed loved one.
Cassie Parson, is a native of Paulding County, Georgia. She resides in the Jacksonville area and has worked in the funeral business for 15 years. Cassie is a licensed embalmer, funeral director, and certified cremation specialist with the state of Alabama and a holder of a National Board Certificate from the International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards.
Beth Reaves has been involved with the funeral home from it's beginning. Beth is a native of Calhoun County and a licensed funeral director. She is responsible for accounting, and daily operations of the funeral home and the cemeteries.
Reba Jean "Jeannie" Beal has worked at Anniston Memorial Gardens and Maple Grove Cemetery for 44 years. Her caring attitude is well known in the Anniston area. Everyone who meets her is a friend for life!
Levon and Sandy Higgins
Host and Hostess
Levon and Sandy Higgins are Calhoun County natives, retired educators and members of the Oxford Church of Christ. They are both willing and eager to help, provide service, and give support to families in their time of need.