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Responsibly Serving Local Families
During the COVID-19 Crisis

At Church Funeral Services, we want you to know we are continuing to serve local families while steadfastly following state and local requirements to ensure everyone's health and safety.

Due to social distancing conditions and CDC restrictions on large in-person gatherings, some of our services are modified at this time; to learn about the options currently available to local families, contact us at (225) 644-9683.

As we continue to serve the community, safety remains our top priority. Along with the meticulous standards for hygiene we have always maintained, we are currently following additional cleaning protocols to ensure a safe environment for both families and staff. We must implement some new guidelines to be able to reach this goal. These new guidelines are intended for the protection of everyone:

  • Funeral arrangements by phone, email or fax is preferred. For those families that would prefer making arrangements in person with a funeral director at one of our 3 locations will be limited to Only the Legal next of kin at the arrangement conference. Everyone else can attend via cell phone. Clothing for the deceased must be placed inside a closed bag.
  • Certified Death Certificates: Can be mailed to designated person or only 1 designated person will be allowed to come to our office to pick them up.
  • Facetime or photo identification is preferred for the identification of Remains before cremation or immediate burial at the cemetery. If identification is done in person, only the legal next of kin will be allowed to view the deceased and can do a group facetime with the rest of the family. 15 minute time limit.
  • For funeral services or cremation services we will be following all guidelines established and set forth by the CDC, NFDA, Government Agencies, Church Regulations and Cemetery Guidelines.
  • To receive the cremated remains of a loved one: Only the person that is listed on the Cremation Authorization may come to receive the remains, unless we receive verbal permission from the legal Next of Kin to release to someone else.

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We remain available 24/7 to help your family and answer any questions you have during this time. Don't hesitate to reach out and learn how we can help.

Greg Clark & Susie Clark

gclark@churchfuneralservices.com & sclark@churchfuneralservices.com

Greg Clark is a native of Winnsboro, LA, and his wife Susie Clark is a native of Westminster, CO. They have been married since 1989 and have been involved in several different businesses, including Greg’s previous family funeral home in Winnsboro. In 2016, the previous owners of Church Funeral Services and Crematory were looking to retire, and they contacted Greg about a merger. Greg and Susie were thrilled at the opportunity to relocate to Southern Louisiana and to be reunited in business with his brother, Mike. Greg and Susie have 3 sons and are proud that their youngest, Cody, is part of the Church Funeral Services staff.

Mike Clark

mclark@churchfuneralservices.com

Mike Clark, a native of Winnsboro, LA, began working in the funeral service during high school on May 22, 1976. After graduation, he attended Delgado College of Mortuary Science and completed his internship at House of Bultman Mortuary New Orleans. Mike became a licensed director in 1982, and, in June 2013, he began serving families in Baton Rouge. His motto is “compassion is understanding the troubles of others.”

Brandy S. Martin

bmartin@churchfuneralservices.com

Brandy S. Martin, a native and resident of Livingston, LA, graduated from Delgado Community College with a degree in funeral services. Brandy completed an internship at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, New Orleans, LA, and she continued to work there until 2007. She spent the next 7 years at Resthaven Gardens of Memory, serving families in the Baton Rouge area. In 2014, she had the opportunity to serve her own community as a funeral director at Church Funeral Services and Crematory. “Being a funeral director is not a job but a calling.”

John Minton

jminton@churchfuneralservices.com

John Minton is a native of Livingston Parish, and he spent most of his life in Denham Springs. He started working in the funeral industry while attending Denham Springs High School. He earned his degree from Delgado and became a licensed director and embalmer in 1984. He has spent his entire career servicing families in the Livingston Parish area.

Karen Sibille Terrell

kterrell@churchfuneralservices.com

Karen Sibille Terrell, a native of Baton Rouge, is the proud mother of a US Navy 3rd Class and two teenagers. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Southeastern Louisiana University, a Louisiana Department of Insurance Producer’s License and became a licensed funeral director in 2013. Karen is a member of the Livingston Chamber of Commerce and the Hammond Rotary.

Robyn Martin

rmartin@churchfuneralservices.com

Robyn Martin is a native and lifelong resident of Livingston Parish. She is a licensed cremationist and currently pursuing her degree in mortuary science with Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. She is the mother of seven children and six grandchildren. Her passion is compassion for serving those that are grieving.

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5535 Superior Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70816
225-293-4174

Saint Amant

13250 Highway 431
Saint Amant, LA 70774
225-644-9683
Fax: 225-644-9685

Walker

9422 Florida Blvd
Walker, LA 70785
225-271-4574

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