As a financial representative, Brian has helped hundreds of people attain financial security in their lives. But when his father died in 1999, Brian realized that planning extended beyond.
"I took my mom to the funeral home where we were required to make many hurried decisions, all of which had financial ramifications. Not knowing the rules of funeral planning and the market value of the services offered, we were at the mercy of the man across the desk," Brian says. "I immediately recognized the need for an informed representative to advocate for people at the most vulnerable time of their lives. I do what I do because I have a passion for giving families the control I was denied when planning my father's funeral."
Molly brings decades of experience in financial management, purchasing and customer service to Funeral Advocates. A Kansas City native with strong family and community ties, she has served on several boards and in volunteer positions. All-too familiar with grief, she lost both parents and four siblings in the course of six years, by the time she turned 34.
"I find my work with Funeral Advocates as rewarding as anything I have ever done."