Heritage Funeral Home Announces New Director And New Family Care Advisor

Monday, May 7, 2018
Heritage Funeral Home, East Brainerd Chapel welcomes Tiffany Vincent to its staff. Ms. Vincent has joined Heritage as a funeral director and embalmer.  She is  2017 top graduate of John A. Gupton School of Mortuary science and has completed her National Board Certification in Funeral Service Arts and Sciences. She and her husband, Logan have three children and make their home in Chattanooga.

Heritage also welcomes Yvonne Blevins to its staff as its new family care advisor. Ms.
Blevins is a 2010 graduate of Dallas Institute of Funeral Service with a degree in Funeral Service and Embalming. She and her husband, Roger are relocating from Clarksville, Tn. and will be serving Heritage Funeral Home, East Brainerd Chapel as its pre-need counselor/ family care advisor.  

Heritage Funeral Home, East Brainerd Chapel is celebrating its 25th year of business on May 17. In May 1993, Heritage Funeral Home, East Brainerd Chapel was founded by the late Rose C. and Thelma Lane along with Russell Friberg.

Officials said, "After 25 years of serving the community, Russell proudly supports the great staff at East Brainerd and continues to help his friends and neighbors at the East Brainerd Chapel.  Russell, alongside the Managing Partner Curtis Ottinger and the team at Heritage offers every family the highest care and compassion in the industry."

Heritage - East Brainerd Chapel has been chosen as the Funeral Home of Choice in Chattanooga for the past 15 years.


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