Born and raised in Sugarcreek, Brandon felt the call to funeral service at the age of 21 while working in construction. His fascination with the field eventually led him to pursue licensure and he graduated with a bachelor's degree from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 2018.
A newcomer to funeral service, families can expect transparency and an open-minded approach. The loss of a stillborn son, Seth in 2016 left him uniquely equipped to work with infant loss. "I know I'm more comfortable working with these types of families because of that experience", he says.
Along with his wife Rosanna, he is a member of Maranatha Fellowship in Sugarcreek and his life hero in Jesus because "I find in Him everything that I am not."
Rev. 12:11, "And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death."
Born in Virginia and the youngest in a family of 13, Joe is a recent arrival to Sugarcreek where he resides with his wife Freda (Mullet), a native to the area.
As a youth, Joe volunteered at the Sunny Haven Children’s Home in Plain City, Ohio where he met Freda. Together, they started married life in Virginia and eventually relocated to Washington state where they lived for 23 years. Joe served as a mail-carrier for the US Postal Service during his time in Washington.
He is a father of 4 and grandfather of 17, with children residing in Oregon, Montana, Washington and Ohio. In addition to assisting at the funeral home, Joe enjoys spending time in the outdoors hunting and provides employee transportation for Christian Aid Ministries and Hiland Wood Products.
Along with his wife Freda, he is a member of Maranatha Fellowship in Sugarcreek.
Romans 8:1 There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.