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Mr. McGuire is a native of Houma, Louisiana. He is a Louisiana license funeral director and manager of Community Funeral Home. He earned his Associate Degree in Funeral Services from Delgado College and earned his Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Southern University in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has worked in the funeral business since 1988 when he started as an intern at Community Funeral Home. For over 20 years he has worked in the Greater New Orleans market as a licensed Funeral Director. He returned to Community Funeral Home in February 2012 to serve as their Funeral Director and Manager. He is dedicated to the families and his community. He believes in offering families that come through the doors of Community Funeral Home with quality service, the willingness to listen and his compassion during their time of sorrow. He is a member of Rocks of Ages Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Noah Smith.
His daily prayer is that he continues to use the gifts that God has blessed him with to help families during their time of sorrow.
Undra Walker is the son of Isiah and Grace Walker. He is a native of New Orleans, LA and a graduate of George Washington Carver High School and Dallas Institute of Funeral Services. He has been employed with Community Funeral Home since 2012. He is a trade embalmer for Rhodes Funeral Home, Carney & Mackey and Community Funeral Home. He is known for restorative arts work that he has performed on numerous of cases and the burial of Soldier Slim and Percy Sledge.
He enjoys working on cars
James Matthews, Sr., is the president of Community Funeral Home. He was the owner and operator of James Matthews Cement Contractor, LLC. He has two children, James, Jr., and Barbara Matthews Francis. He has been a part of Community Funeral Home since 1982. He has served as president since 1992. His christian faith has allowed him to fellowship with Living Word Church. He is a member of The Tri-Parish Golf Association, The Gibson Volunteer Fire Department and a former member of Terrebonne Parish Recreation District and Future Business Men of Gibson, LA
Millie Verdin has been a board member with Community Funeral Home since 1996. She is a 1961 graduate of St. Lucy Catholic High School and a 1968 graduate of Southern University where she received her B.A. degree in Education.
In 2006, she retired from Terrebonne Parish School Board after 34 years of teaching children.
She is currently the secretary for Community Funeral Home Board of Directors. She is a member of Holy Rosary Catholic Church and the mother to one son, Anthony Dunbar.