I was born and raised in the Tri-Cities; I have always had a yearning to be helpful to our community. Throughout my youth, and my career interests have bounced around on a near monthly basis; journalism, teaching, physical therapy, environmental science… none of them felt right. Inspiration struck when my junior class took a tour of the Benton County Coroner’s office. After graduating high school in 2019, I spent a brief time at Eastern Washington University for a degree in forensic chemistry. When the pandemic hit and my education was moved online, I decided that what I really needed was some hands-on experience.
I was hired by Einan’s in mid-2021 to help out in the crematory. I jumped at the opportunity to work at such a prestigious funeral home. With the unending support from my loving family and patient coworkers, I continue to evolve as a Crematory Operator, Service attendant and Transfer Technician.
With every passing day, I continue to grow, knowing that I’m finally pursuing the right career path.