Rondall Gammon started his career in funeral service in 2004 while a high school senior in Broken Bow, Oklahoma . A dear friend of his was the office manager at a funeral home and suggested he apply for a part-time position. In short time he served an apprenticeship, graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, and obtained his Funeral Directors and Embalmers Licenses in 2007.
His travels have allowed him to serve families in Broken Bow, Texarkana, Oklahoma City, and in 2017 led him to the Tulsa area where he became engaged to his beautiful bride, Alexis.
In his experience at these different communities, he began to see a pattern and found himself hearing the same types of remarks from many of the families he met with:
“mom would have wanted this casket and vault, but I just want something simple when I go”, or “They won’t need all this for me. I’m going to be cremated when I die”
He is passionate about meeting the needs of those who might not see value in “traditional funeral service” but appreciate a helping hand in the dark days that a death brings.
Rondall enjoys reading, thinking too much, and being outside. He lives in midtown Tulsa with his wife Alexis and their lionhead rabbit, Cosmo.