The Staff of London and Cornersville Funeral Homes
From left- Front row: Greg Hardison, Adam Perryman Middle row: Don Crabtree*, Aubrey Duncan, Chris Richter(apprentice) Back row: Roger Fagan*, Joe Moss*, Sarah Haynes
Adam F. Perryman
Adam F. Perryman has been with London Funeral Home and Cornersville Funeral Home since May 1998. Adam attended Middle Tennessee State University and graduated from Jefferson State Mortuary College. He is a licensed funeral director/embalmer and pre-need agent. He worked at the funeral homes in the summer and during the time he was in school prior to graduation. Adam is the son of Ralph and Carol Perryman. He is married to Lee Cathey and they have two daughters. He is a member of Lewisburg First United Methodist Church.
Gregory N. Hardison
Gregory N. (Greg) Hardison is a graduate of Lipscomb University with a degree in management and Jefferson State Mortuary College in May 2003. He is a a licensed funeral director/embalmer, and pre-need agent. Greg joined the funeral homes in December 2001. He is the son of Glenn and Ginger Hardison. He is married to Haley Humphrey, and has one son. He is a deacon of Church Street Church of Christ.
Sarah D. Haynes
Sarah Dunnivant Haynes has been with London Funeral Home and Cornersville Funeral Home since July 5, 1977. She is a graduate of Marshall County High School. She serves both funeral homes as office manager, atneed, and preneed counselor. Sarah received her funeral directors license in 1988 and is, also, a licensed preneed sales agent. She is a member of Cornersville First Baptist Church where she teaches an adult Sunday school class. She has a daughter, son, grandson and granddaughter.
Aubrey D. Duncan
Aubrey D. Duncan has been active in the funeral business since 1956 and came with London Funeral Home on August 19, 1959. Aubrey is a graduate of Lipscomb University with a degree in education and John A. Gupton Mortuary College as a licensed embalmer and funeral director. His education was interrupted when he was drafted into the U.S. Army where he served his country for two years. Because of his semi-retirement, he has more time to actively serve his community, as a member of the Lewisburg Lions Club and Church Street Church of Christ where he has served as a deacon, director of the choral group and Sunday school teacher. Aubrey has four daughters, two grandsons, and one great grandson.