Finding a career within the funeral service industry is unique—indeed, it is a calling. Unlike other businesses, working in funeral service is not simply a job. It requires the ability to offer a sense of comfort during a time of need. The profession is driven by the compassionate need to serve others, offer a steady hand, and support the living during times of grief. At Young's Daughters Funeral Home & Bereavement Center, we hold the inherent belief that serving families comes first and offer rewards for the expression of compassion and creativity.
Family Service Advocate, levels ii, iii.
What to expect while we serve you
Meet with the Funeral Director to plan arrangements.
ID. View, Visitation/ Wake/ Vigil
You will receive a 24 hour phone call from the Funeral Director
Meet with the Funeral Service Advocate
PIN for Legacy Touch Keepsakes/fingerprints
Help close out accounts, change mail, notifications list
Meet with Sheldon Mitchel, to prepare and update Estate Planning
Last Will and Testament
Durable Power of Attorney
Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will
Grief Meetings are available for you for free!
Headstone setting ceremony at cemetery and flower plans
Gravemaker for genealogy for free!
Call from Funeral Service Advocate to Discuss your Funeral Arrangements
Memorial Program for Christmas
A walk to remember through our city park showcasing your loved one
Follow us on Facebook for events and ways to stay connected in grief.
Jeff along with his wife Annie is the owner of the funeral home. Jeff is a 1985 graduate of Wayne State University’s Mortuary Science Program.
He also holds a bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University which he earned in 1992. He enjoys exercising and spending time off with his children – Maggie, Jack and Peter.
Jeff and his family are members of the St. Basil Catholic Church. When time allows, Jeff likes to be active in our community and is a member of the Kiwanis Club, Loyal Order of the Moose, Sons of the American Legion, and the Knights of Columbus. In 2013, Jeff and his family were the St. Basil Knights of Columbus Family of the year.
Jeff was recognized by the Bobby Walker Administration with their Leadership Award in 2010. He was also recognized by the First Spiritual Church of Covert for his role in community leadership in 2015.