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William S. Coffman Owner / President

General Manager

Willie is the founder of Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory having served the community of Staunton, Augusta County and surrounding areas for over thirty five years as funeral service provider.

Born in Staunton, William is the son of the late Rev. Glenn F. and Elsie Pauline Coffman of Craigsville.

He is the husband of Barbara G. Coffman and they have a daughter Whitley B. Coffman and four grandchildren.

William is a native of the Augusta County and graduated of Buffalo Gap High School Class of 1982. He attended Blue Ridge Community College and received his degree in Mortuary Science in 1989, graduating from the Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science in Atlanta, GA.

William and his family are active members of Memorial Baptist Church in Staunton.

He is a member of the Augusta Lions Club, the Middlebrook Ruritans, a member of the Virginia Funeral Directors' Association, and a member and past President of the Shenandoah Valley Funeral Directors' Association.

Mr. Coffman began working in the funeral service in 1983 and has continued serving the families of Staunton and Augusta County for over thirty years.

"Serving people has been a life-long endeavor and assisting families in their time of need is one of the most rewarding accomplishments of my life." It is my commitment to provide the families we serve with compassionate and professional service they need during one of life's most difficult times.

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Barbara G. Coffman Co-Owner / Administrative Support Specialist

Barbara was born and raised in Wytheville, VA, a daughter of the late Jeanette Vaught Grubb and Warren Grubb.

She attended George Wythe High School and Wytheville Community College and has taken classes at Valley VoTech in Fishersville. Barbara moved to Staunton in 1988 and has two daughters, Michelle D. Bergos of Greenville and Whitley B. Coffman of Staunton.

Before joining her husband in funeral service, Barbara was a paraprofessional in the SPED programs at Beverly Manor Middle School and Riverheads High School.

Barbara enjoys the beach, camping, reading and spending time with her family. Her compassion is evident in her connection with the families of those we serve.

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S. Jonathan Hines Assistant Manager / Crematory Manager / Funeral Service Licensee / CCO jhines@coffmanfuneralhome.net

Sergio P. Jonathan Hines was born in Guatemala, adopted, and grew up in Waynesboro. Jonathan married Candice (Raynes) in 2011. They have three children, Brooklyn Joy and Austin Jonathan and Lincoln Maddox. They reside in Staunton.

Jonathan attended Blue Ridge Community College for a degree in Business Management and is a graduate of John Tyler Community College and the Funeral Services Program (AAS).

He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer and a Certified Crematory Operator (CCO), completing the certification program through the National Funeral Directors Association, of which he is a member.

Jonathan is a past President of the Shenandoah Valley Funeral Director's Association and a member of the Virginia Funeral Director's Association (VFDA).  He is also a past President of the PTA at Riverheads Elementary School. 

Jonathan and his family are active members of Aero Drive Church of God in Waynesboro, where his father, Daniel W. Hines is Pastor and his mother Melody K. Hines is pianist and organist. Jonathan enjoys singing, directing choir, and serves as sound technician at the church.

He enjoys shooting compound bow and hunting with his wife, making melodies on his saxophone, playing golf, kayaking, and traveling with his family, especially to Tennessee, the Eastern Shore of Virginia and the Outer Banks in North Carolina.

He is passionate about giving guidance and assistance to the families we serve and being there for them at a time when they need help the most.

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Whitley Brooke Coffman Administrative Assistant

Whitley was born in Charlottesville Virginia, the daughter of William and Barbara Coffman.  She is the mother of four precious children and resides in Staunton, VA.

 

She graduated from Riverheads High School class of 2010, and attended Valley Vo-Tech where she received a certificate in Office Quickbooks.

Prior to moving to office duties, Whitley served her funeral service internship under the direct supervision of her father.

Whitley’s single most important obligation is her children and filling in where needed in the office.  Along with being a mother she enjoys fishing, camping, hunting and other outdoor activities.

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Caitlin Campbell Office Secretary

Caitlin was born in Charlottesville, VA and has been a lifelong resident of Augusta County. She is the daughter of Mike and Mary Alford and the wife of Garrett Campbell. Caitlin and her husband live in Greenville with their son Grady.

 

 

Caitlin graduated from Riverheads High School and attended Blue Ridge Community College and J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. Prior to joining Coffman Funeral Home, Caitlin worked in customer service and as a medical office assistant.

 

 

Along with being a mother, Caitlin enjoys spending time with her family, event planning, traveling, and embroidery. She is a member of Church United.

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Kristie Sours Accounting Specialist

Kristie was born in Staunton, Virginia and is a lifelong resident of Augusta County. She and her husband Todd, who call Craigsville home, feel extremely fortunate to be surrounded by their families as neighbors. They are blessed with a beautiful daughter, Kynlea, who is truly their pride and joy. They praise her for keeping them young-at-heart.

 

Kristie is a 1990 graduate of Buffalo Gap High School and continued her studies and later graduated from Dominion Business School. Further studies included business and accounting at Blue Ridge Community College. Kristie brings with her 31 years of experience in related fields.

 

She enjoys spending time with family and the beauty of nature's surroundings. Family trips to the majestic mountains of Tennessee are just one of her favorite pastimes.

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G. Scott VanLear Funeral Service Apprentice

Scott is a native of Augusta County and graduated from Fort Defiance High School in 1983. He attended Virginia Tech earning a Bachelor of Arts as a double major in Political Science and History in 1988.

 

Following college Scott joined the Virginia State Police where he rose to the rank of First Sergeant, commanding the Augusta County Office for 12 years. He retired with 30 years of Service.

 

Scott and his wife Heather live in Verona. They have 2 children; a son, Greg, and a daughter Jennifer. They are active members of Verona United Methodist Church.

 

In his free time Scott enjoys sports and history. 

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Garrett Stacy Funeral Service Assistant

Garrett was born and raised in Augusta County, Virginia. He graduated from Fort Defiance High School in 2015.  After serving five years in the U.S. Air Force, he now resides in Augusta County with his wife, Megan, son, Walker and daughter, Caroline. He is a member of Verona United Methodist Church.

 

 

Garrett enjoys football, hunting, working on cars and spending time with family.

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Rachel Branham Office Assistant

Rachel (Price) Branham was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia and graduated from Lane High School.

Her family moved to Staunton in 1973 to open a State Farm Insurance Agency here in the Valley. She is the widow of Norman R. Branham and the mother, mother-in-law and grandmother of Chris, Leigh, Bo, Tom, Gracie and Wade Branham of Fishersville.

Rachel is a member of Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church. Over the years, she has been involved in many community organizations.

She enjoys bringing happiness, doing good deeds for others and is always there helping family and friends in their hour of need.

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Kathy Lafon Pianist and Vocalist

Kathy Walton Lafon is a native of Staunton and currently serves as a Musician for Coffman Funeral Home.

She graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and then completed a Bachelor of Music degree from James Madison University in 1988. Kathy also serves as Director of Music and Worship at Memorial Baptist Church in Staunton.

She sees her opportunity to minister through music to families during their time of grief as a blessing.

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John Ward Chaplain

John was born in Hartsville, SC but shortly moved to Bel Air, MD and graduated high school there. He graduated from Milligan College and began his teaching career in Maryland. While teaching at Mountain Mission School in Grundy, VA he met his wife, Mari. John moved to Spottswood, VA and he and Mari were married in 1976. Shortly thereafter they began a new church plant, Raphine Christian Church. They have ministered there now for 39 years. During that time John has taught school at Riverheads High School for 12 years, worked in banking for 8 years and worked for Rockbridge Area Community Services for 3 years.

John and Mari have 3 sons, Elijah, Micha and Jordan; three daughters-in-law, Jen, Amy and Jazmyn; and one grandson, Sam. They have been foster parents to 3 children. He enjoys gardening, tinkering with cars and traveling.

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Gene McIlwee, Jr. Funeral Service Assistant

Eugene “Gene” Mcllwee, Jr. was born in Shenandoah County.

He and his wife Judy live near Middlebrook. They have a daughter, Megan; a son, Jason and his wife Katie and their son, Nick.

He is a member of Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Swoope.

Gene retired after 40 years of service from the Augusta County School System as an agriculture teacher at Riverheads High School.

He is a graduate of Virginia Tech with B.S. and M.S. Ed degrees in Agricultural Education.

Gene has been employed part-time as a Funeral Service Assistant with Coffman Funeral Home since July 2008.

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Kenny Nicholas Funeral Service Assistant

Kenny was born in Staunton and married Linda Patrick Nicholas in April of 1995. He has a son, step-daughter and three grandchildren.

He is a 1974 graduate of Fort Defiance High School, he attended Blue Ridge Community College, is an U.S. Army Veteran and retired as a Fire Engineer with the City of Staunton.

Kenny and his wife Linda are members of St. Paul's United Methodist Church and they reside in Lyndhurst. Kenny enjoys the outdoors, hunting, singing and playing music.

He began his employment as a funeral assistant with Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory in July of 2009.

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William Trice Funeral Service Assistant/Minister

Bill was born in Waukegan, Illinois, raised in Arkansas. He and his wife Joan have lived in the Greenville area for over thirty years. They have three children, Sarah, Nathan, Katie and also four grand-children, Andrew, Autumn, Eli & Jordan.

He attended Searcy High School in Arkansas, Served in the U.S. Navy and retired from the U.S. Postal Service as a City Letter Carrier in Waynesboro with a combined service of thirty-four years.

Bill has been a Licensed Minister in the Nationwide Pentecostal Evangelistic Association for over twenty years.

He and Joan attend the Stuarts Draft Full Gospel Church. His hobbies include family time, meeting people, enjoying outdoor activities, tinkering with and admiring old cars.

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Martin Chittum ~ United States Navy Funeral Service Assistant

Martin and his wife, Shirley are long-time residents of Raphine. After serving in the United States Navy, Martin built a career with DuPont until his retirement after 30 years of service.

He and Shirley are active members of Fairfield Methodist Church, where Martin is a member of the choir.

He is an engineer for the Gypsy Express and assists with activities for the Raphine Volunteer Fire Department. After years of farming and mechanics, Martin enjoys woodworking and spending time with family and friends.

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James Bailey Funeral Service Assistant

F. James "Jim" Bailey and his wife, Nancy, have been married since August 1967 and they have been residents of Augusta County since 1973. Jim served in the U.S. Air Force and was a Trooper with the Virginia State Police for nearly twenty years before joining the staff of Wilson Trucking Corporation in Fishersville. He retired as Wilson's Senior Vice President of Safety and Human Resources.

Jim was elected twice to the Augusta County Board of Supervisors serving the residents of the Beverley Manor District. Jim is a member of Saint Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus, Virginia State Police Alumni, The American Legion and Vietnam Veterans of America.

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Jason Shultz Funeral Service Assistant

Jason was born and raised in the Middlebrook area of Augusta County. He graduated from Riverheads High School and obtained an Associate’s Degree in Business Management from Blue Ridge Community College. He is employed full time by the County of Augusta and is a member of St. John’s Reformed Church near Middlebrook.

Jason has a daughter Allison. He is an active member of the Middlebrook Volunteer Fire Department and also works on the family farm raising beef cattle.

He enjoys being outdoors and traveling as much as possible.

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Deborah "Debbie" Walker Funeral Service Assistant

Debbie is a lifelong resident of Augusta County. She is graduated from Buffalo Gap High School and Blue Ridge Community College, and holds a B.A. from Mary Baldwin University with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Computer Information Systems.

 

She began her career in banking with then United Virginia Bank, later Crestar Bank, where she worked for 22 years. She left banking to accept employment in the criminal justice / community corrections sector with Blue Ridge Court Services. Debbie retired in 2018 from the position of Pretrial Services Program Manager and having completed 22 years of service.

 

Debbie is an active servant at Memorial Baptist Church in Staunton. She is a Deacon and a long-time ringer with the Sounds of Joy hand bell choir. She sits on several committees and is very involved with her Sunday school class.

 

Debbie enjoys time at the beach, music concerts, plays, and spending time with family.

 

She began her employment with Coffman Funeral Home in August of 2021.

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Joyce Card Funeral Service Assistant

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Tom Ross Funeral Service Assistant

Tom and his wife, Judith of 53 years of Verona, father of two children and four grandchildren.

He is a long time member of Laurel Hill Baptist Church, serving as a deacon, Sunday School teacher and on numerous committees. Toms faith in Jesus Christ is and has been his source of strength and blessings in all areas of his life.

Tom worked in industry for 28 years as a draftsman, designer and mechanical engineer. He retired from Woodman of The World as a activities director/youth camp director with 19 years of service.

His interests include camping with family, fishing, NASCAR, restoring classic automobiles and taking care of his home and several rental houses.

William S. Coffman

Owner / President
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General Manager

Willie is the founder of Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory having served the community of Staunton, Augusta County and surrounding areas for over thirty five years as funeral service provider.

Born in Staunton, William is the son of the late Rev. Glenn F. and Elsie Pauline Coffman of Craigsville.

He is the husband of Barbara G. Coffman and they have a daughter Whitley B. Coffman and four grandchildren.

William is a native of the Augusta County and graduated of Buffalo Gap High School Class of 1982. He attended Blue Ridge Community College and received his degree in Mortuary Science in 1989, graduating from the Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science in Atlanta, GA.

William and his family are active members of Memorial Baptist Church in Staunton.

He is a member of the Augusta Lions Club, the Middlebrook Ruritans, a member of the Virginia Funeral Directors' Association, and a member and past President of the Shenandoah Valley Funeral Directors' Association.

Mr. Coffman began working in the funeral service in 1983 and has continued serving the families of Staunton and Augusta County for over thirty years.

"Serving people has been a life-long endeavor and assisting families in their time of need is one of the most rewarding accomplishments of my life." It is my commitment to provide the families we serve with compassionate and professional service they need during one of life's most difficult times.

Barbara G. Coffman

Co-Owner / Administrative Support Specialist
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Barbara was born and raised in Wytheville, VA, a daughter of the late Jeanette Vaught Grubb and Warren Grubb.

She attended George Wythe High School and Wytheville Community College and has taken classes at Valley VoTech in Fishersville. Barbara moved to Staunton in 1988 and has two daughters, Michelle D. Bergos of Greenville and Whitley B. Coffman of Staunton.

Before joining her husband in funeral service, Barbara was a paraprofessional in the SPED programs at Beverly Manor Middle School and Riverheads High School.

Barbara enjoys the beach, camping, reading and spending time with her family. Her compassion is evident in her connection with the families of those we serve.

S. Jonathan Hines

Assistant Manager / Crematory Manager / Funeral Service Licensee / CCO
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Sergio P. Jonathan Hines was born in Guatemala, adopted, and grew up in Waynesboro. Jonathan married Candice (Raynes) in 2011. They have three children, Brooklyn Joy and Austin Jonathan and Lincoln Maddox. They reside in Staunton.

Jonathan attended Blue Ridge Community College for a degree in Business Management and is a graduate of John Tyler Community College and the Funeral Services Program (AAS).

He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer and a Certified Crematory Operator (CCO), completing the certification program through the National Funeral Directors Association, of which he is a member.

Jonathan is a past President of the Shenandoah Valley Funeral Director's Association and a member of the Virginia Funeral Director's Association (VFDA).  He is also a past President of the PTA at Riverheads Elementary School. 

Jonathan and his family are active members of Aero Drive Church of God in Waynesboro, where his father, Daniel W. Hines is Pastor and his mother Melody K. Hines is pianist and organist. Jonathan enjoys singing, directing choir, and serves as sound technician at the church.

He enjoys shooting compound bow and hunting with his wife, making melodies on his saxophone, playing golf, kayaking, and traveling with his family, especially to Tennessee, the Eastern Shore of Virginia and the Outer Banks in North Carolina.

He is passionate about giving guidance and assistance to the families we serve and being there for them at a time when they need help the most.

Whitley Brooke Coffman

Administrative Assistant
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Whitley was born in Charlottesville Virginia, the daughter of William and Barbara Coffman.  She is the mother of four precious children and resides in Staunton, VA.

 

She graduated from Riverheads High School class of 2010, and attended Valley Vo-Tech where she received a certificate in Office Quickbooks.

Prior to moving to office duties, Whitley served her funeral service internship under the direct supervision of her father.

Whitley’s single most important obligation is her children and filling in where needed in the office.  Along with being a mother she enjoys fishing, camping, hunting and other outdoor activities.

Caitlin Campbell

Office Secretary
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Caitlin was born in Charlottesville, VA and has been a lifelong resident of Augusta County. She is the daughter of Mike and Mary Alford and the wife of Garrett Campbell. Caitlin and her husband live in Greenville with their son Grady.

 

 

Caitlin graduated from Riverheads High School and attended Blue Ridge Community College and J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. Prior to joining Coffman Funeral Home, Caitlin worked in customer service and as a medical office assistant.

 

 

Along with being a mother, Caitlin enjoys spending time with her family, event planning, traveling, and embroidery. She is a member of Church United.

Kristie Sours

Accounting Specialist
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Kristie was born in Staunton, Virginia and is a lifelong resident of Augusta County. She and her husband Todd, who call Craigsville home, feel extremely fortunate to be surrounded by their families as neighbors. They are blessed with a beautiful daughter, Kynlea, who is truly their pride and joy. They praise her for keeping them young-at-heart.

 

Kristie is a 1990 graduate of Buffalo Gap High School and continued her studies and later graduated from Dominion Business School. Further studies included business and accounting at Blue Ridge Community College. Kristie brings with her 31 years of experience in related fields.

 

She enjoys spending time with family and the beauty of nature's surroundings. Family trips to the majestic mountains of Tennessee are just one of her favorite pastimes.

G. Scott VanLear

Funeral Service Apprentice
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Scott is a native of Augusta County and graduated from Fort Defiance High School in 1983. He attended Virginia Tech earning a Bachelor of Arts as a double major in Political Science and History in 1988.

 

Following college Scott joined the Virginia State Police where he rose to the rank of First Sergeant, commanding the Augusta County Office for 12 years. He retired with 30 years of Service.

 

Scott and his wife Heather live in Verona. They have 2 children; a son, Greg, and a daughter Jennifer. They are active members of Verona United Methodist Church.

 

In his free time Scott enjoys sports and history. 

Garrett Stacy

Funeral Service Assistant
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Garrett was born and raised in Augusta County, Virginia. He graduated from Fort Defiance High School in 2015.  After serving five years in the U.S. Air Force, he now resides in Augusta County with his wife, Megan, son, Walker and daughter, Caroline. He is a member of Verona United Methodist Church.

 

 

Garrett enjoys football, hunting, working on cars and spending time with family.

Rachel Branham

Office Assistant
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Rachel (Price) Branham was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia and graduated from Lane High School.

Her family moved to Staunton in 1973 to open a State Farm Insurance Agency here in the Valley. She is the widow of Norman R. Branham and the mother, mother-in-law and grandmother of Chris, Leigh, Bo, Tom, Gracie and Wade Branham of Fishersville.

Rachel is a member of Tinkling Spring Presbyterian Church. Over the years, she has been involved in many community organizations.

She enjoys bringing happiness, doing good deeds for others and is always there helping family and friends in their hour of need.

Kathy Lafon

Pianist and Vocalist
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Kathy Walton Lafon is a native of Staunton and currently serves as a Musician for Coffman Funeral Home.

She graduated from Robert E. Lee High School and then completed a Bachelor of Music degree from James Madison University in 1988. Kathy also serves as Director of Music and Worship at Memorial Baptist Church in Staunton.

She sees her opportunity to minister through music to families during their time of grief as a blessing.

John Ward

Chaplain
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John was born in Hartsville, SC but shortly moved to Bel Air, MD and graduated high school there. He graduated from Milligan College and began his teaching career in Maryland. While teaching at Mountain Mission School in Grundy, VA he met his wife, Mari. John moved to Spottswood, VA and he and Mari were married in 1976. Shortly thereafter they began a new church plant, Raphine Christian Church. They have ministered there now for 39 years. During that time John has taught school at Riverheads High School for 12 years, worked in banking for 8 years and worked for Rockbridge Area Community Services for 3 years.

John and Mari have 3 sons, Elijah, Micha and Jordan; three daughters-in-law, Jen, Amy and Jazmyn; and one grandson, Sam. They have been foster parents to 3 children. He enjoys gardening, tinkering with cars and traveling.

Gene McIlwee, Jr.

Funeral Service Assistant
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Eugene “Gene” Mcllwee, Jr. was born in Shenandoah County.

He and his wife Judy live near Middlebrook. They have a daughter, Megan; a son, Jason and his wife Katie and their son, Nick.

He is a member of Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Swoope.

Gene retired after 40 years of service from the Augusta County School System as an agriculture teacher at Riverheads High School.

He is a graduate of Virginia Tech with B.S. and M.S. Ed degrees in Agricultural Education.

Gene has been employed part-time as a Funeral Service Assistant with Coffman Funeral Home since July 2008.

Kenny Nicholas

Funeral Service Assistant
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Kenny was born in Staunton and married Linda Patrick Nicholas in April of 1995. He has a son, step-daughter and three grandchildren.

He is a 1974 graduate of Fort Defiance High School, he attended Blue Ridge Community College, is an U.S. Army Veteran and retired as a Fire Engineer with the City of Staunton.

Kenny and his wife Linda are members of St. Paul's United Methodist Church and they reside in Lyndhurst. Kenny enjoys the outdoors, hunting, singing and playing music.

He began his employment as a funeral assistant with Coffman Funeral Home and Crematory in July of 2009.

William Trice

Funeral Service Assistant/Minister
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Bill was born in Waukegan, Illinois, raised in Arkansas. He and his wife Joan have lived in the Greenville area for over thirty years. They have three children, Sarah, Nathan, Katie and also four grand-children, Andrew, Autumn, Eli & Jordan.

He attended Searcy High School in Arkansas, Served in the U.S. Navy and retired from the U.S. Postal Service as a City Letter Carrier in Waynesboro with a combined service of thirty-four years.

Bill has been a Licensed Minister in the Nationwide Pentecostal Evangelistic Association for over twenty years.

He and Joan attend the Stuarts Draft Full Gospel Church. His hobbies include family time, meeting people, enjoying outdoor activities, tinkering with and admiring old cars.

Martin Chittum ~ United States Navy

Funeral Service Assistant
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Martin and his wife, Shirley are long-time residents of Raphine. After serving in the United States Navy, Martin built a career with DuPont until his retirement after 30 years of service.

He and Shirley are active members of Fairfield Methodist Church, where Martin is a member of the choir.

He is an engineer for the Gypsy Express and assists with activities for the Raphine Volunteer Fire Department. After years of farming and mechanics, Martin enjoys woodworking and spending time with family and friends.

James Bailey

Funeral Service Assistant
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F. James "Jim" Bailey and his wife, Nancy, have been married since August 1967 and they have been residents of Augusta County since 1973. Jim served in the U.S. Air Force and was a Trooper with the Virginia State Police for nearly twenty years before joining the staff of Wilson Trucking Corporation in Fishersville. He retired as Wilson's Senior Vice President of Safety and Human Resources.

Jim was elected twice to the Augusta County Board of Supervisors serving the residents of the Beverley Manor District. Jim is a member of Saint Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church. He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus, Virginia State Police Alumni, The American Legion and Vietnam Veterans of America.

Jason Shultz

Funeral Service Assistant
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Jason was born and raised in the Middlebrook area of Augusta County. He graduated from Riverheads High School and obtained an Associate’s Degree in Business Management from Blue Ridge Community College. He is employed full time by the County of Augusta and is a member of St. John’s Reformed Church near Middlebrook.

Jason has a daughter Allison. He is an active member of the Middlebrook Volunteer Fire Department and also works on the family farm raising beef cattle.

He enjoys being outdoors and traveling as much as possible.

Deborah "Debbie" Walker

Funeral Service Assistant
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Debbie is a lifelong resident of Augusta County. She is graduated from Buffalo Gap High School and Blue Ridge Community College, and holds a B.A. from Mary Baldwin University with a major in Business Administration and a minor in Computer Information Systems.

 

She began her career in banking with then United Virginia Bank, later Crestar Bank, where she worked for 22 years. She left banking to accept employment in the criminal justice / community corrections sector with Blue Ridge Court Services. Debbie retired in 2018 from the position of Pretrial Services Program Manager and having completed 22 years of service.

 

Debbie is an active servant at Memorial Baptist Church in Staunton. She is a Deacon and a long-time ringer with the Sounds of Joy hand bell choir. She sits on several committees and is very involved with her Sunday school class.

 

Debbie enjoys time at the beach, music concerts, plays, and spending time with family.

 

She began her employment with Coffman Funeral Home in August of 2021.

Joyce Card

Funeral Service Assistant
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Tom Ross

Funeral Service Assistant
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Tom and his wife, Judith of 53 years of Verona, father of two children and four grandchildren.

He is a long time member of Laurel Hill Baptist Church, serving as a deacon, Sunday School teacher and on numerous committees. Toms faith in Jesus Christ is and has been his source of strength and blessings in all areas of his life.

Tom worked in industry for 28 years as a draftsman, designer and mechanical engineer. He retired from Woodman of The World as a activities director/youth camp director with 19 years of service.

His interests include camping with family, fishing, NASCAR, restoring classic automobiles and taking care of his home and several rental houses.