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Our Team

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Christopher M. DiSotto
President

A graduate of Babson College and the Funeral Institute of the Northeast (FINE Mortuary College), Chris brings significant experience to Turner Memorial. He started out as a retail technology consultant in e-commerce before becoming a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Chris gained valuable insights into death care by working in and managing high-volume firms. Moving to the supply-side of the industry in 2006, he now puts his business and entrepreneurial experience to work on behalf of his clients.

 

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Angel Stone
Operations Manager

Angel’s diverse business background has honed her excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Having spent years in the medical field, first as a medical assistant and then in operations and office management, Angel brings a calm, proactive approach to customer service. She is also a Master Level Reiki Practitioner, reflecting her dedication to promoting well-being.

 

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Katrina Flanders
Customer Service Representative

Katrina has worked in customer service her entire career, from the restaurant industry to manufacturing. In every position, Katrina has grown with the company, driven by her passion for making sure people get what they need in a timely manner. She enjoys research and knowing the perfect products when people call looking for a solution.

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Brian Iarussi
Sales Consultant

Brian has been in funeral service since 1996. As a former business owner who directed all his company’s sales, he helps funeral homes enhance their overall value to families they serve. His knowledge of Massachusetts and surrounding markets makes him a trusted partner to help his clients grow revenue and improve operations.

 

Dustin Vik
Sales Consultant

Dustin has experience in healthcare, education, home building and funeral service. As an apprentice at a high-volume firm, he recognized a need for innovative ways to share loved ones’ legacies. His resulting business venture, StoryClip, and his partnership with Turner allow him to serve clients in Arkansas and surrounding markets with industry and entrepreneurial insight.