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BRIAN M. TATRO OPERATIONS MANAGER


FUNERAL ARRANGER


Brian grew up in Half Moon Bay, California, and began his career in the Funeral Profession at the age of 19 as a Funeral Attendant and serving his Embalming Apprenticeship while attending San Francisco State University. Brian moved to the Sacramento Area to further his experience in this profession and to attend the Funeral Service Program at American River College.


Brian is extremely active in the greater Sacramento community. He currently is an active member and past officer with: Natoma Lodge #64 Free & Accepted Masons of California; Sacramento Scottish Rite and the Scottish Rite Masonic


Children’s Learning Center; Ben Ali Shrine and the Shriners Hospitals for Children of Northern California; and the Folsom York Rite Masonic Bodies and the Knights Templar Eye Foundation. Brian also enjoys volunteering with Oceanic Conservation Groups.


LADY COMMUNITY COMFORTER


Lady is our newest ambassador. She was the little darling of an elderly couple that died within 3 days of each other. They had enjoyed Lady for over 9 years. When the family came in to make funeral


arrangements, they brought Lady. The family had no way to care for her so it was decided that Doug and Rita would adopt her. Lady comes to funeral home


almost every day and meets families at the front door and shows them all the love she can by laying on their laps and cuddling up to them.


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