Preferred Cremation and Burial Welcomes New Assistant Manager


Voice & Viewpoint Newswire
Photo courtesy of Preferred Cremation & Burial

The owner and manager of Preferred Cremation and Burial has faithfully served Black San Diego for over thirty-years. The business now welcomes new Assistant Manager, Meredith Davis.

Ms. Davis, a native of Chicago, Illinois, and longtime resident of Long Beach, California relocated to San Diego in 2018. She brings a plethora of experience from the Catholic Diocese of Los Angeles as a funeral arranger and licensed hairstylist. Meredith is a fully licensed funeral director and embalmer in the state of California, having gained credentials as a graduate of Cypress Mortuary College.

Since her arrival at Preferred Cremation and Burial, Meredith has been busy making improvements, while maintaining existing services the funeral home offers.

Mark Jenkins (Owner) is extremely proud of the funeral home’s professional, compassionate, and cheerful staff. The addition of Meredith will only enhance their service capabilities.

“It’s the goal of the funeral home to provide a quality, professional, dignified service for our families. We desire to do whatever we can to help people during a very difficult time in their lives, and to serve those grieving families accordingly,” Mr. Jenkins stated.

In addition to its funeral arrangement and cremation services, Preferred Cremation and Burial offers services such as highly personalized memorial programs, state of the art live-streaming services, an event center for celebrations, and now our new division, “Preferred Pets”, a service that offers cremation for owners’ beloved pets, utilizing the innovative aquamation process.

“Caring and trust are not just our business principles, they are our livelihood,” Mr. Jenkins said. Whether it is providing support for a local organization or assisting a family in time of loss, Jenkins noted that Meredith and the entire staff are committed to continually providing excellence in service.

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