Our Staff

Our Staff

Martha Bedwell

Martha has been a part of the Bluebonnet family for ten years. She enjoys helping people when they need it most.

Warren Bradford
Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer

Warren has been involved in the funeral industry for 38 years and licensed 24 years. He graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and enjoys the funeral industry by serving people and giving comfort and consolation. He is a pulpit minister at Cathedral of Faith Church in Dallas. Warren enjoys reading, cooking, relaxing, listening to jazz and blues, and his dog “Shugga”.

Craig Burcham
Funeral Assistant

As I look back on my life, I would not change my life experiences for anything. It is through the grace of God that I have learned to walk hand in hand with grieving families and guide them in their emotional loss. It is my calling; it is my responsibility, and I will do it with the utmost compassion.

Marsha Clemons-Moore
Administrative Assistant

Marsha has been an administrative assistant in the funeral home industry for more than 4 years. “I truly enjoy being part of an awesome and caring team here at Bluebonnet Hills.”

Tommy Compton
Funeral Assistant

Bluebonnet Hills has afforded me the best opportunity that I’ve ever had. Not only with the families that I have served, but also with the unique individuals I work with. Every day is like the first time when I was in an ambulance back in the early 70’s in a small East Texas town. Caring for people and making a difference is a passion I have. It is the only peace I know that is like serving God.

Mary Cushman
Administrative Assistant

Mary has been a funeral home administrative assistant at Bluebonnet Hills for 21 years. She says, “Working in the funeral industry at Bluebonnet Hills is an enriching experience, and I am happy to be able to assist families in need.”

Gerald Dawson
Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer

Gerald has been in the funeral industry for ten years, graduating from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. He enjoys the funeral industry because he is able to help families in their greatest time of need. Gerald enjoys collecting hot wheels and bike riding.

Lin Domingo
Administrative Assistant

Lin has a bachelor's degree in Social Science from the University of Hawaii. She is elated to work for a company which treats families and their loved ones with the utmost honor and respect during bereavement.

Ashleigh Driggers-Decker
Licensed Funeral Director

Ashleigh graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service with honors in November 2012.The combination of growing up in the funeral industry and the loss of her grandfather made her realize her true calling of becoming a funeral director. It has been her pleasure to help and serve our families in their time of need and it is her desire to continue on this path throughout her career.

Gabriel Fennell
Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer

Gabriel enjoys working in the funeral industry by having the chance to serve and help others in times of need….to learn and gain knowledge about the funeral service industry in order to make him the best that he can be in order to serve each family that he encounters. Outside of work he enjoys boxing, reading, and spending time with his family.

Lee Foster
Funeral Assistant

Being a Funeral Assistant at Bluebonnet Hills Funeral Home provides Lee the “opportunity to assist families in creating an atmosphere that enhances celebrating the end of life experience for families’ loved ones.”

Amy Fulp
Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer

Amy has been in the funeral industry for 17 years and graduated from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. She enjoys the funeral industry by being able to help people. Amy enjoys spending time camping and boating with her family and loves race cars.

Ann Gainous
Pre-Planning Specialist

Ann’s goal after graduating college was to serve God by helping people. Her life has truly been enhanced by the opportunity to provide her families with a professional and caring approach in helping with preplanning, cemetery property, and memorializing their loved ones. Ann says, “Every family is special and deserves personalized service”.

Jennifer Greene
Family Service Specialist

“God called me to serve and lead me to Bluebonnet Hills. My greatest joy is being a wife and a mother.”

Jeff Hand
Pre-Planning Specialist

Jeff has 30 years of industry experience assisting families facing the difficulty of losing a loved one. “I've learned that people may forget what you said, people may forget what you did, but people will never forget how special you made them feel.”

Chuck Heatherly
Administrative Assistant

"I love being a part of a company that encourages you to go ‘above and beyond the call of duty’. The satisfaction of knowing a family was pleased with our services makes it all worthwhile.”

Tiffany Hinton
Pre-Planning Specialist

Tiffany has 10 years of industry experience and says, “It is so rewarding. Whether pre-planning or planning a celebration of a loved one’s life, my heart's desire is that you feel that we treat you as you deserve at such a difficult time. I genuinely feel this is my calling to be of service to you and answer your questions and provide you with the best customer service possible.”

Kimberly Holt

Kimberly is a native Texan and has lived in Colleyville since 1996 with her husband and two children. She is proud to be working at Bluebonnet Hills.

Bertha Hurels
Community Service Specialist

"Working as a Pre-Need Funeral and Cemetery Specilist has been a blessing. Walking families through the process gives them a chance to personalize their Celebration of Life. I help them eliminate emotional overspending from grief or guilt."

Genaro Lechuga
Park Superintendent

Genaro has been in this industry for 26 years. He lost his son a few years ago, and many thought it would be too much for him to work where his son is entombed. His mindset is the opposite. He says, “I find my job to be even more rewarding now because it is important to me that the park is beautiful. I treat every location in this park as if my son is there.”

Janna Leick
Family Service Specialist

“It is my passion to serve each family as my own to walk their journey with special care and attention. As I was once an at-need family at Bluebonnet and that is what I received.”

Dan Lynn
Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer

Dan is a graduate of the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service with an associate of applied science degree. He feels a career in the funeral industry is a calling, not just a job. Dan chose to work in funeral service because of his interest and commitment to helping families connect, honor, and remember their loved ones during times of grief.

Liz Marshall
Community Service Specialist

I have been in the sales and people business for 28 years, and I took the next step in October 2011 to join Stewart Enterprise and the staff at Bluebonnet Hills. I love helping families alleviate some of the grief involved with end of life necessities.

Dee McIntosh
Family Service Specialist

Dee McIntosh began working in the funeral business soon after the death of his father and mother-in-law. He saw how deaths, whether expected or unexpected, took an emotional toll on families and being a people-person, wanted to use those skills to help others through this inevitable time of their lives. Dee has a wife, three daughters, three granddaughters and has lived in the Colleyville area for over 25 years.

Dean Owen
Community Service Specialist

Dean says he loves to help people with pre-planning. At Stewart, pre-planning consists of more than financial savings and emotional relief by guiding families to think about the family stories, generational values and the “life message” they want to leave as a legacy for future generations. Deans says, “this is a high calling.”

Tonya Tucker
Administrative Assistant

Tonya says, “I have been happily employed as a funeral home administrative assistant at Bluebonnet Hills for eight years. There are jobs that keep food, clothing, and a home for a person, and then there are jobs that are a ministry. My responsibilities at Bluebonnet Hills allows me to give back to God what He has so abundantly supplied to me. Each day is a new opportunity to touch someone’s life positively.”

Deric Walker
Funeral Director and Embalmer

Deric has been in the funeral industry since 1986. He resided in Decatur, Illinois until relocating to North Texas. He enjoys the funeral industry because he is able to serve others and offer peace of mind in the most trying time of life.

Brenda Weiss
Pre-Planning Specialist

Brenda joined the company as part of the Family Service team at Laurel Land Fort Worth and then transferred to Bluebonnet Hills. She began her career in education teaching British literature at the University of Detroit and has been in sales and service for the last thirty- seven years. She is committed to spending time with her daughter and son-in-law and spoiling her two grandchildren, Jazmine Brenda and Jaden.

Ryan Welch
Manager of Community and Family Service

I enjoy being there for people when they need it the most. On top of that, educating the community on the value of pre-planning is something that I feel is very important so families do not need to make stressful decisions when death does occur. I am so thankful for my job and for every person that has been called to be in this industry.