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Kendall is the manager and operator for East Caroline Crematory and the pet side, Everlasting Companions Pet Crematory. He is also a Captain on Deep Run Fire/Rescue. His first pet started out as a goldfish. He later convinced his parents to get a cat, Tinkerbell, and now has two dogs, Roxy and Toby.
William B. “Buddy” Taylor
Buddy and his wife Clara have been married over fifty years. They have two children, Bill and Karen who are co-owners of East Carolina Crematory along with four grandchildren. He is a member of the Deep Run First Baptist Church, the Pleasant Hill Masonic Lodge and the Lenoir County Shrine Club.
Bill became a licensed Funeral Director in 1996 and is one of the co-owners of the Corporation. In addition he is a licensed Crematory Operator.
He and his wife Christine have been married over 30 years and have two children, Elizabeth and Briley, and four grandchildren. Over the years they have had a menagerie of animals ranging from dogs to turtles that are family also. Bill and his family are members of Rivermont Baptist Church. In addition, he serves as a member of Lenoir County Economic Development Board and is a Volunteer with Deep Run Fire/Rescue.
William B. “Briley” Taylor, III
Licensed Funeral Director, Crematory Licensee
Briley is the son of Bill and Christine Taylor. He is married to Kayla Foy Taylor and they have two beautiful children, Easton and Autumn. Briley grew up in a home where pets were always present and has kept that tradition going with their family dog, Stretch.