Welcome to our Blog!

Posted on August 6, 2014 by J. Chad Pendley under Welcome
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We have been honored to receive a lot of feedback across our social media platforms and creating a blog just seemed like a great resource to centralize and store all of our information that we put out.  In creating a blog we really hope to “humanize” our staff and business so that people can see us for what we really are and what we really do.  The funeral home is full of misconceptions are really just scary stories that have been told over and over again and we want to clear that up.  There are so many things that are going on here at the funeral home that effects our surrounding community and this is a great outlet to let people know and to share our stories and events.  I hope that you will get involved in the conversations and know that we are not all  like the stories that you have heard!

J. Chad Pendley

Chad is a licensed professional and is a native of Cobb County, growing up in Powder Springs and currently living in Marietta Ga. After graduating from McEachern High School Chad attended Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service and graduated as a Master Artist of the Pi Sigma Eta Honorary Mortician Fraternity. He was the recipient of the Bill Pierce award and Daniel E. Buchanan award, recognizing him as a leader in the funeral profession. A member of the Marietta Metro Rotary and different organizations in his profession, Chad also participates in monthly activities promoting the funeral home and networking with other professionals in the area. He is a member and attends Westridge Church in Dallas Ga. He is married to Kristin and as a proud father, Chad enjoys the time he gets to spend with his family. Chad is an avid hunter and a true outdoors man. He has a gift of developing a warm, helpful, and strong relationship with the families he serves and is a valuable source of knowledge at Mayes Ward-Dobbins.

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