Larry Moore Owner
Larry Moore is a 1967 graduate of Dade County High School and a 1970 graduate of Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service in Atlanta where he received a degree in Mortuary Science.
He lives in New Salem with his wife Mary. Together they have three children Misty Morris, Larry Moore II and Wendy Moore Kernea. He is the proud Granddaddy to Gavin, Olivia, Trey, Meghan and Caitlyn.
In his spare time he enjoys attending his grandchildren's activities, antique cars and Dade County High School sports. He is a member of Trenton First Baptist Church.
Mary West Moore Clerk
Mary Moore is a 1971 graduate of Dade County High School. She resides in New Salem with her husband, Larry Moore. Together they have 3 children, Misty Morris, Larry Moore II and Wendy Kernea.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren Gavin, Olivia, Trey, Meghan and Catilyn. She is a member of Trenton First Baptist Church.
Larry Moore II Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer
Larry Moore II is a fourth generation funeral director and embalmer with a family history dating back over 70 years in funeral service. He is the son of Larry and Mary Moore. Larry is a graduate of Dalton State University and Jefferson State Community College. He holds funeral director and embalmer licensure in Georgia and Alabama.
Lonnie Denny Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
Lonnie was born and raised in Jefferson, North Carolina. He is a 1988 graduate of Ashe Central High School and holds a B.A. in Theology and an Associate Degree in Mortuary Science from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Services. He lives in the New Salem community on Lookout Mountain with his lovely wife, Tina. Lonnie and Tina have one son, Benjamin and wife Cortney and one granddaughter, Olivia and One grandson, Nathaniel of Decatur, Tn.
Brad Bridges Funeral Assistant
Jeff Everett Funeral Assistant
Jeff, is the husband of Kathy Everett, they have two sons, Caleb and Ethan. He is the regional manager of Piggly Wiggly.
He is a 1980 graduate of Dade County High. He enjoys sports and outdoors.
Naomi Cranfield Funeral Assistant
N aomi Cranfield has worked for our funeral home since, 1996.
She plays an active role for our Bryant Chapel working all of our visitations and funerals, she also works visitation at our Trenton Chapel
Naomi loves to garden and work in her yard. She is married to Carl Cranfield, has two sons, Billy and Mike. Loves spoiling her granddaughter, Torri; three step grandchildren, Devin, Taylor and Damian and great granddaughter, Harper. She is a member of Mountain View Church of God
Sue Gray Clerk
Sue Gray is a 1964 graduate of Fort Payne High School. She was married to the late Billy Gray. She is the proud mom of Michael and Richard.
Sue resides in New Salem where she serves as pianist at New Salem Baptist Church. She is a Board Member for the Dade County Department of Family and Children Services and Alabama School of Gospel Music.
Her hobbies include Southern Gospel music and spending time with her grandchildren Bobby, Turner, Gunar, Ryne and Gage.
Billy Sims Funeral Assistant
Billy Sims is a 1976 graduate of Northwest Georgia High School. He has worked in the funeral business for 40 years.
He lives in Lafayette, GA with his wife Becky. His children are Bill Sims, Holly Torbett, Justin Sims, Levi and Madison. He is the proud grandfather of eight grandchildren.
In his spare time he enjoys fishing. He is a member of Mason Lodge 397 in Rossville, GA.
Evan Stone Funeral Assistant
Evan Stone is a 1982 graduate of Northwest Georgia High School, a 1985 graduate of Walker Technical School and a 1992 graduate of Dalton State.
He resides in Trenton, Georgia with his wife Pamela. He is the proud dad to Tabitha, Evan Jr., Zachary and Brandon. He has three grandchildren Christian, Preston and Quinton.
Evan is an active member of NREMT, a board member of the Hospital Authority of Dade, Walker and Catoosa County, a board member of HMC Inc., and a board member of Northwest Georgia Joint Development Authority.
His hobbies include Atlanta Braves baseball, music, collecting old radios and radio history.