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Sam Lynn Callahan

Sam Lynn Callahan

Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer / Owner

With more than 27 years experience as a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the Western Arkansas, Sam Callahan opened Heritage Memorial Funeral Home in 2008 to ensure that families receive the highest standard of integrity and service in a facility specially designed to meet their needs. After graduating from Waldron High School, Sam received his Mortuary Science Degree from Dallas Institute School of Mortuary Science. Sam is committed to serving Waldron, and Scott County in particular. He is a member of the Haw Creek Baptist Church, Member and Past Master of Waldron Masonic Lodge #132 F&AM. Sam has been active as a board member of the Waldron Area Chamber of Commerce and Scott County Park Board. Sam is a member of the National and Arkansas Funeral Directors Associations, and Funeral Ethics Association.

Melissa Kaye Callahan

Office Manager / Owner

Billy Pat Biggs

Licensed Funeral Director

Billy is a 1998 Waldron High School Graduate. He is a Licensed Funeral Director and an Apprentice Embalmer. He is a natural in assisting customers with visitation and other requests in their time of need. With high standards for the future, he has a vision for attending Mortuary School. He enjoys being of service to the Heritage Memorial customers and making them feel comfortable in their special time of need.

Tiffany Hutchens-Boles

Tiffany Hutchens-Boles

Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer

Tiffany is a Waldron High School Graduate and a graduate of Arkansas State University with a degree in Funeral Science. She is an experienced funeral director & embalmer with a passion for ministering to families. She is passionate about helping families plan services that uniquely memorialize and honor their loved ones.

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