The loss of a loved one is one of life's most difficult journeys. That's why our caring team, each driven by a passion to help others, has dedicated themselves to providing a helping hand through the entire process. From pre-planning to the time of services and beyond, you can rest assured that we are with you with whatever you may need. Please continue to read below to learn about who will be working with you and your family. 


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third & Fourth Generation

Owners & Licensed Funeral Directors

John S. Molnar
3rd Generation Owner
Licensed Funeral Director

Angela M. Molnar-Ferguson
4th Generation Owner
Licensed Funeral Director

Licensed Funeral Directors

Larry A. Ferguson
Licensed Funeral Director

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Peter L. Heggie
Licensed Funeral Director

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Christopher T. Stieler
Licensed Funeral Director

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Michael J. Raudio
Licensed Funeral Director

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Michael D. Mientkiewicz
Licensed Funeral Director

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Lindsay Gamble
Licensed Funeral Director

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Amy Buhay
Licensed Funeral Director

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Amy Jones
Licensed Funeral Director

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Kelli Johnson
Licensed Funeral Director

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R. Shawn Hartnett, CMFP,CFSP
Licensed Funeral Director

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Katrina Tardif
Licensed Funeral Director
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Kelsey Baran
 Care Center Director 
Licensed Funeral Director

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Henry "Hank" Jacobs
Licensed Funeral Director
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Megan M. Ferguson
Funeral Assistant

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Kevin Snyder
Family Coordinator
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Pre-Need Specialists

Dane Galvin
Pre-Need Specialist
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Michael Powell
Pre-Need Specialist
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Zachary Throne
Pre-Need Specialist
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Administrative Team

Renee M. Palermo
Director of Administration
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Gina DeSana
Administrative Assistant
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Pam Brasgalla
Administrative Assistant
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Jessica Donovan
Administrative Assistant
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Graphic Designers

Sarah Schultz
Graphic Designer
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Taylor Combs
Graphic Designer
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Alex Hess
Graphic Designer
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Terry Olvera
Graphic Designer
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John S. Molnar
Licensed Funeral Director | Owner

John has been involved with operating the John Molnar Funeral Homes as President since 1969. John's leadership qualities have served him well as 1969 Class President of Wayne State University School of Mortuary Science, former President of the Delwood Kiwanis Club, past officer and member of the Southgate Knights of Columbus, and Past President of The Hungarian Heritage Club. Civically, John has served as Chairman of the Southgate Public Safety Commission, and he is also a member of St. Pius X Catholic Church in Southgate. John acknowledges his success in business would not have been possible without the steadfast commitment of his wife, Helen. They have one daughter, Angela, who has proudly continued the Molnar tradition of being a licensed funeral director. John and Helen have entered into semi-retirement but he still continues to be a fixture within the funeral homes. In their free time, John and Helen enjoy spending time with their family and traveling.


Angela M. Molnar-Ferguson
Licensed Funeral Director | Owner

Angela graduated from Wayne State University in the fall of 1993 as the Vice President of her Mortuary Science Class. After graduation, she began to assist her father in operating the John Molnar Funeral Homes. Today, Angela runs the day to day operation of the funeral home. Community service is also an important part of her life. She is a member of Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church, and has been a past board member of the Brownstown Downtown Development Authority, and was the past secretary, past president, and charter member of the Kiwanis Club of Brownstown. When she is not hard at work, Angela enjoys spending time with her four daughters, Madelyn, Megan, Melanie and Maranda family and visiting her parents in Florida. With the acquisition of the Nixon and Thon Funeral Homes in 2016, Angela has been intimately involved with making the funeral homes operate as efficiently as possible. She has never been so humbled and proud to work with such an amazing group of people who truly enjoy what they do. Angela is known to be the driving force to keep the funeral home up to date (a quality she definitely inherited from her father.)  Angela loves continuing the Molnar family tradition by being able to work with an amazing staff to care for all the families the Molnar Funeral Homes serve. 

Larry A. Ferguson
Licensed Funeral Director
Larry@molnarfuneralhome.com

Larry joined the funeral home after graduating from high school. He soon enrolled in to the Mortuary Science Program at Wayne State University. After receiving his degree in the fall of 1997, he became involved in the daily operations of the John Molnar Funeral Home. Larry is a member of the Brownstown Downtown Development Authority, Knights of Columbus – Trenton Chapter, and a past member of the Woodhaven - Brownstown Kiwanis Club and the Downriver and Detroit Business Association. He is an active member and usher at Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church. Larry and his wife Angela have four daughters. Larry is known for being able to multi-task and he assists in overseeing many aspects of the funeral home alongside his wife. With the acquisition of the Nixon and Thon funeral homes, he has been an asset with assisting his father-in-law with the renovations that have been done, as well as still continuing to see families and maintaining all four of the funeral homes. Larry is known for his patience and always willing to help anyone in need. He has enjoyed working for the Molnar family because for him, it truly is a family environment. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, or just relaxing around his home.


Peter L. Heggie
Licensed Funeral Director
Pete@molnarfuneralhome.com

Pete was born and raised in Southgate where he graduated from Southgate High School in 1977. After completing high school, he went on to Wayne State University and obtained his degree in Mortuary Science in 1981. He began his career with the Molnar’s in January of 1990 and now serves as the General Manager, as well as a Licensed Funeral Director. Pete currently lives in Riverview with his wife, Cindy. They have been happily married for over 30 years. They had two daughters – Amanda, who passed in 2013, and Katie. Outside of being a Funeral Director, Pete is involved with the Southgate Kiwanis Club where he has served as Secretary for 25 years. He is a past board member of Southgate Parks and Recreation Commission. Other roles he currently holds include being a current member of the Southgate TIFA board, and a member of Saint Pius X Catholic Church, where he has served on the finance board, and as a Lector and Eucharistic Minister. On his days off, Pete loves nothing more than enjoying quiet time with his wife and trying new restaurants. His favorite activity with his family is to go on cruises to the Caribbean and Alaska. Pete is best known for always trying to be there to support others when they need him. He enjoys being a part of the Molnar Team because all of the employees are treated as family and he couldn’t ask for a better working relationship and environment. “Every employee’s opinion counts and everyone works together as a team.”


Christopher T. Stieler
Licensed Funeral Director
Chris@molnarfuneralhome.com

Christopher was born to Thomas and Pansy (Thon) and raised in Wyandotte. In 1973, he graduated from Roosevelt High School. His passion for mortuary science began as early as the 7th grade, when he developed an interest in his great-great grandfather John F.W. Thon, who was the founder of the funeral home in 1857. It was in 1972 that Chris began to work for the funeral home. He went on to attend Wayne State University and graduated from the Department of Mortuary Science in 1980.  Additionally, Chris was a certified eye enucleator through the Wayne State School of Medicine and held this position in the 1980’s-1990’s where he helped many people who suffered from eye problems and diseases. For the past 20+ years, he has served on the District 1 Board of the Michigan Funeral Directors Association. He is also a member of the Trenton/Wyandotte Masonic Lodge and Christ the King Lutheran Church in Southgate.  Chris serves on the Board of the Wyandotte Historical Society. In the late 1980-1990’s he served on the Wyandotte Historical Commision. He enjoys working with wood and building furniture. Back in his youth, he found a passion and talent for painting with oil and water colors. Chris currently resides in Southgate with his wife, Melanie. He has 2 children, Melissa and Kevin, and 6 grandchildren. In 2016 the Donald Burd Family sold the Nixon and Thon Funeral home to the Molnar Funeral Home. Proudly he was asked to stay on with the Molnar family as a Funeral Director. Like the Burd family, he feels the Molnar family will continue to lead the funeral homes into the future. He has always been proud to work with both families.


Michael J. Raudio
Licensed Funeral Director
Mike@molnarfuneralhome.com

Mike graduated from John Glenn High School in 1980 and while attending high school held a part-time job with a funeral home. It was at this job that Mike first became interested in making it into a lifelong career. After graduation, he went on to Wayne State University where he obtained his degree in Mortuary Science in 1984. It was in 1998 that Mike joined the Molnar Team.  He was born in Detroit but grew up in Westland. Currently Mike resides in Brownstown with his wife Kristine. They have been married for over 25 years and have a daughter named Lori. In addition to being a Funeral Director, Mike is an active member of the Woodhaven Kiwanis Club, Saint John’s Lutheran Church of Waltz and is a part of the Michigan Funeral Directors Association. In the past, he was the president of District 2 Michigan Funeral Directors Association, past President of the Kiwanis Club of Wayne, and a past board member of the Brownstown Downtown Development Authority. During his free time, Mike enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, reading and watching movies. His ideal vacations are to the Upper Peninsula, the Northern Lower Peninsula, and Nashville, Tennessee. Some of his talents include drawing and writing. Mike is best known for his patience. He enjoys being a part of the Molnar team because “everyone supports each other in order to provide the best service possible to the families we serve.”


Michael D. Mientkiewicz
Licensed Funeral Director
Mikem@molnarfuneralhome.com

Mike, wanting the opportunity to help families in need; whether that was through offering guidance, and ideas or helping them to remember their loved ones, attended Wayne State University where he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Mortuary Science in 1992. He is a lifelong resident of Taylor and is a member of the Taylor Rotary as well as St. Constance Catholic Church. Mike has been married to his wife, Tonia, for 9 years. He has two kids -- Katie, and Adam. He also has two stepchildren named Cody and David. His favorite things to do with his family is traveling, going to the movies, and going out to dinner. While not at work, Mike enjoys chasing a golf ball around a course. When on vacation, he loves to go on cruises, and visit Disney or historical towns. His best friend would say his best quality is his sense of humor and ability to fit in. He enjoys being a part of the Molnar Team because of the feeling of family.


Lindsay Gamble
Licensed Funeral Director
Lindsay@MolnarFuneralHome.com

Lindsay is a lifelong resident of Westland. She attended and graduated in 1999 from John Glenn High School. Afterward, she attended Wayne State University where she obtained her Bachelor's degree in Mortuary Science in 2016.  Funeral Directing was a second career for her. Although she had long considered it to be her dream job, it was the life-changing event of the passing of her grandfather that finally gave her the courage to make the jump.  Lindsay is mom to Lili Kate. She is also incredibly close with her mom and the three of them can often be found spending time together on Lindsay's days off. They enjoy shopping, crafting and gardening. In the summer they enjoy visiting local parks, the zoo or just staying at home to play in the pool. During the winter they engage in indoor activities like coloring, playing Barbies and watching movies. Their favorite place to go on vacation is anywhere warm and sunny! Outside of being a Funeral Director, Lindsay is a big animal lover and volunteers at the Friends of Animals of Metro Detroit rescue. She currently has two Boston Terriers, two cats and an African Grey Parrot, most of which were rescues.  The African Gray Parrot was rescued in 1999 and is still bossing her around to this day. She rescued one of the Boston Terrier's on a freezing day in December who was being kept chained up outside year-round. The two cats were rescued as feral kittens from a truck loading dock. Lindsay likes being part of the Molnar team because "everyone has the same care, love, and desire to help others -- which is what brought me to the funeral service to begin with and what continues to drive me to care for the families I meet with.


Amy E. Buhay
Licensed Funeral Director
Amy@molnarfuneralhome.com

Amy grew up in the Rockwood area and attended Carlson High School. After experiencing the consecutive loss of 3 grandparents, Amy had a strong desire to help grieving families navigate through one of the most difficult and vulnerable times they will ever experience. It was this strong desire to help that led her to attend Wayne State University where she studied Mortuary Science. Amy currently resides in Lincoln Park with her husband, Dennis. They have been married since 2014 and together had two daughters -- Beatrice who was born in 2016, and Alexis who was born in 2018 but sadly passed away at 3 months old. Outside of work, Amy is actively involved with the Gesu Catholic Church in Detroit. She and her family are huge baseball fans so her favorite thing to do with family is to take road trips to visit MLB stadiums, explore the city and seek out local breweries. Their goal is to visit every ballpark. Additionally, they enjoy going on walks in the park or just having a quiet day at home relaxing. On her days off, Amy can be found spending time with family and friends, attending play dates with Beatrice, grocery shop (one of Bea’s favorite things to do) or kayaking. While on vacation, she and her family enjoy visiting their friends in Southern California, Colorado and Wisconsin. They also love to go Up North. A talent that Amy is known for is being a great cook -- in particular, she makes great soups. Her best friends would say that her best quality is her sense of humor, laugh and quick wit. When asked why she enjoys being a part of the Molnar Team, she says “I enjoy being a part of a great group of people who all work together to make sure that the families we serve are receiving professional, compassionate service in their time of need.”


Amy Jones
Licensed Funeral Director
AmyJ@MolnarFuneralHome.com

Amy Jones graduated from the Mortuary Science school of Wayne State University in 1997. She felt called to provide comfort care and guidance for those that need unique support and understanding during these difficult times in people’s lives. Amy grew up in Dearborn Heights but now resides in Livonia and is a proud member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and of St. Aiden Catholic Church. Amy likes to spend her time creating new memories and having adventures with her son, Jackson. When she is not taking care of families at work she likes to put on some music and walk outside, catch up on her “stories” and read a good book. Amy likes being apart of the Molnar team because it is a blessing to be able to work alongside people with the common goal to care for families that are in need.


Kelli J. Johnson
Licensed Funeral Director
Kelli@MolnarFuneralHome.com

Kelli grew up in Jackson, Michigan. Upon completing high school, she went on to attend Jackson College where she earned an Associate’s in Science degree in 2016. Her next step was enrolling in the Mortuary Science program at Wayne State University where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Mortuary Science in 2017. It was her passion to help families during the most difficult time of their lives that drove her down this career path. Currently, Kelli resides in Riverview with her husband, Ryan Johnson, and their son, Asher. She is actively involved in the 2/42 Community Church of Ann Arbor. She’s also a Hospice volunteer for Heartland Hospice. On her days off, Kelli enjoys spending as much time as possible with her son. Her favorite thing to do with her family is to go to Princeton, Illinois to visit. She also enjoys hanging out with friends and going out to eat. Kelli’s favorite place to go on vacation is anywhere that there is a beach and sun! If her best friends were to describe her, they would say that her best qualities are her sense of humor, ability to adapt to other’s personalities, loyalty and focus on others and how they are doing. Kelli likes being a part of the Molnar Team because she enjoys working for a great family and the teamwork.


R. Shawn Hartnett,  CFSP, CMFP
Licensed Funeral Director
​Shawn@MolnarFuneralHome.com

Shawn grew up moving around the United States. He has lived in four different states, Florida, Virginia, Hawaii, and finally Michigan. He is a resident of Trenton with his wife, Alison, and two children, Lily and Thomas. Shawn graduated in 2011 from Wayne State University with a degree in Mortuary Science to become a Funeral Director. He has completed over 180 hours of continuing education in earning his national designation as a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP), as well as a State Certified Funeral Practitioner (CMFP). He is also a member of MI-MORT, a group of volunteers from various professions to help aid in response to a disaster with mass fatalities, and is also a limited life agent. Shawn’s goal is to provide meaningful and memorable services to the families he has the honor and privilege of serving and to also assist people who want to pre-plan their funerals. On his time off, Shawn likes taking his family on vacations and going camping. He enjoys working on his house, golfing, family outings to the metro parks, and his son’s hockey practices, games, and tournaments. Shawn’s favorite places are theme parks and anywhere with a beach. He is loyal, optimistic, and trustworthy. When asked why he likes being a part of the Molnar Team he said, “Everyone is friendly and we trust in each other” and that “The caring family atmosphere is abundant and embraced by everyone.”


Katrina Tardif
Licensed Funeral Director
Katrina@molnarfuneralhome.com

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Kelsey Baran
Care Center Director | Licensed Funeral Director
Kelsey@MolnarFuneralHome.com

Kelsey began life residing in Detroit before moving to Allen Park at a young age, where she currently still lives. In 2012, she graduated from Allen Park High School before going on to attend Oakland University from 2012-2014. With a love for reading and writing, Kelsey actually started her college career with the intent to study Creative Writing. The sudden death of her grandmother and other family members, however, led her to find a newfound passion for the funeral industry. After speaking to a funeral director as a college student, she decided to switch majors. That change led her to then attend Wayne State University where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Mortuary Science in 2016. She was also active as part of the MFDA and has earned the title Certified Crematory Operator. Kelsey was recently married and while they don’t have any children together, they are the proud pet parents of a dog named Vincent and three guinea pigs. In her free time, Kelsey can be found hanging out with friends, painting, and spending time with her nephew. A talent she has is her artistic ability that she finds lend itself to her work. Some of her favorite activities to do with family are playing card games, going to the movies, playing tennis, and attending petting zoos with her nephew. While on vacation, Kelsey enjoys going anywhere new especially if that place is beautiful and/or historic. If you were to ask her best friend what her best quality is they would say her empathy and sense of humor. When we ask Kelsey about why she enjoys being a part of the Molnar Team, she says it’s due to “everyone’s willingness to communicate and come together as a team to maintain a high standard of care.”


Henry "Hank" Jacobs
Licensed Funeral Director
Hank@molnarfuneralhome.com

Bio coming soon


Megan M. Ferguson
Funeral Director's Assistant
Megan@molnarfuneralhome.com 

Megan grew up on Grosse Ile as the second oldest daughter of Larry Ferguson and Angela Molnar-Ferguson, and the granddaughter of John and Helen Molnar. She graduated from Grosse Ile High in 2019 where she was the president of her class. Currently, Megan is attending Central Michigan University but has started the process of transitioning to Wayne State University where she will join the Mortuary Science Program to pursue her true compassion for helping families during their greatest time of need. Currently, Megan assists our Funeral Directors and enjoys the environment as well as the caring team that she is fortunate enough to call her family as well. In her free time, Megan enjoys playing and coaching sports, traveling with her family, and spending time with her friends.


Kevin Snyder
Family Coordinator
Kevins@molnarfuneralhome.com

Kevin grew up in Toledo, Ohio. After High School, he pursued a degree in Law Enforcement and Marketing at University of Toledo. He currently resides in Sylvania, Ohio with his wife, Sharon. They have been married for over 30 years and have two children together – Jessica and Eric. He is a grandfather to Hudson, Elaina and has a third grandchild due in August. Outside of work, he is an infield and hitting coach for the Whitmer High School softball team in Toledo. On Kevin’s days off, he is most likely to be found with his grandkids, coaching softball, playing golf or watching Ohio State Football. His favorite place to travel is anywhere tropical and he and his family have enjoyed Cabo and Aruba the most. Kevin has the ability to relate to people of all ages and backgrounds and is best known for his dedication and being reliable. When asked why he likes being a part of the Molnar Team he says, “The people that are a part of the team are second to none.  They are dedicated and willing to work together to accomplish tasks.”


Dane B. Galvin
Pre-Need Specialist | Aftercare Specialist | Licensed Funeral Director
preneed@molnarfuneralhome.com

Dane started working in funeral service as a Director’s Assistant near his hometown of Saint Clair. From a very young age, he knew that he wanted to be in this line of work and it became a dream of his. With this dream, Dane attended Wayne State University and earned his degree in Mortuary Science in 2015. As a pre-need specialist, he has a passion for educating families about the importance of advanced planning. He currently resides in Ann Arbor with his girlfriend Maddy and mini potbelly pig named Kevin Bacon. Dane’s favorite things to do in his free time is being with family, any activity on the water, or traveling to new places. Dane is known for his kindness and compassion towards his families and co-workers. He enjoys being a part of the Molnar team because “I have never met a group of people that are so dedicated to their jobs.”


Michael Powell
Pre-Need Specialist | Aftercare Specialist
preneed@molnarfuneralhome.com

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Zachary Throne
Pre-Need Specialist
preneed@molnarfuneralhome.com 

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Renee M. Palermo
Director of Administration
Renee@molnarfuneralhome.com

Born in Connecticut, Renee moved to Michigan when she was about 2, she has lived in beautiful Michigan ever since. Renee went to college at Monroe County Community College where she studied Electronic Office Technologies and graduated in 1997. She enjoys spending time with her husband of 21 years, Chris and her two teenage girls. Her favorite things to do is have family game night and hang out near the pool. When she is not at work she catches up on some reading and attends her kids activities she also loves to vacation in new places and go to Disney. Renee is involved in her daughters gymnastic boosters and Our Lady of the Woods Catholic Church. The Molnar team is proud to have such a caring and compassionate person who always tries to see the best in situations. “I like the work environment at Molnar Funeral Homes, I think of the Molnar team as an extension of my family. It is so rewarding helping families in need and working with such wonderful people.”


Gina DeSana
Administrative Assistant
office@molnarfuneralhome.com

Gina graduated from Schafer High School in 1982. She grew up in Southgate and currently resides in Wyandotte with her husband. She has two children – Brent, and Rachel. During her free time, Gina enjoys sitting on her porch to unwind. Having an affinity for travel, she is up for a vacation to just about anywhere and her favorite family activity is to go camping. Gina is a good listener and supportive. She likes being a part of the Molnar team because she finds it a very enjoyable place to work.


Pam Brasgalla
Administrative Assistant
office@molnarfunerahome.com

Pam was born and raised in Ecorse. Pam went to school at Ecorse High School and then on to Wayne State University where she worked and graduated in 2000 with a degree in psychology with a minor in health education because she always had a fascination with the study of behavior and the mind. She now lives in Brownstown with her husband, Jim and her three children, Lauren, Hayden and Brooklyn and her two guinea pigs - Lynnie and Cinnamon. Pam is involved in her church, Christ the King Lutheran Church in Southgate where she is a part of the phone and grief share ministries. She spends her days off gardening, listening to music, going to the gym and hanging out with her family. Her favorite places to visit include Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia. People say that she is a very empathetic person and goes out of her way to help those in need. When asked why she likes being a part of the Molnar Team she stated, “I love relationships I have made with each member, they have become an extension of my family.  At the end of the day we are all willing to go and above and beyond to make sure every need is met for the families and that means working together as a TEAM.”


Jessica Donovan
Administrative Assistant
Office@molnarfuneralhome.com

Bio coming soon


Sarah Schultz
Graphic Designer
Graphics@molnarfuneralhome.com

Sarah grew up in Garden City and Belleville. She went to college first at Sanford-Brown to study Veterinary Technology and after earning her associates degree, she decided that she wasn’t finished and attended Full Sail University for her Bachelors in Graphic Design. She currently resides in Taylor with her fiance Nick, their daughter Layla, cat Kahlua, dog Keiani, and three sugar gliders. On her days off, Sarah loves to hang out with her furbabies, draw, play video games and read. Her favorite place to vacation is Alaska. We love having Sarah as a part of our Graphic Design team. She has a big heart and a great sense of humor. Sarah likes being a member of our team because “we feel more like a family than just a team.”


Taylor Combs
Graphic Designer
graphics@molnarfuneralhome.com

Taylor grew up in Redford and Dearborn, where she currently resides. She always enjoyed creating art and one day her grandma suggested that she went into Graphic Design. Taking her advice, Taylor attended Wayne State University where she earned her degree in Graphic Design and graduated in 2020. In addition to her work here, she is also a childcare provider at her church for services and special events. She enjoys being able to care for the kids while watching them grow up and learn. Taylor is the oldest of six children and considers her youngest brother like a son. Her favorite things to do with her siblings include watching movies, going to the park or playing games, frisbee, baseball, and football. Her most memorable vacations were when she went to San Diego or when she went to her best friend's cabin up north. On her days off, Taylor can be found working out, hanging out with friends or finding new music. She enjoys outdoor activities like hiking and camping or playing sports with friends and family. She listens to music practically 24/7 and loves the power of music because of how it can take you places, make you feel, and speak for you when you don't have the words. Some talents that she has is being a collector connoisseur and she can also make a great pterodactyl sound. Her best friend would describe her as being creative and determined. When asked why she enjoys being part of the Molnar Team, she says "I like being part of a family orientated team and being able to use my design skills to help families in need." 


Alex Hess
Graphic Designer
graphics@molnarfuneralhome.com

Alex grew up in Southgate and currently resides in Lincoln Park. He attended the University of Michigan - Dearborn where he studied and earned a degree in Design and Film in 2016. He chose this field because being creative is second nature to him and he wants to be able to contribute to things in a creative way. On his days off, Alex enjoys creating art, playing video games, hanging out with friends, and spending time with his two cats. He has a talent for both music and art and knows how to draw and play multiple instruments. His best friend describes him as "The most compassionate person I know. He's a patient, supportive friend who always has the time to listen. He shows up for people and causes he cares about and he's always happy to help others. When asked why he enjoys being part of the Molnar team he says "I know how important it is to be on the receiving end of funeral services for really important people in life, so I hope to help as much as I can with the skills I bring to help families celebrate the lives that were taken away from them."


Terry Olvera
Graphic Designer
graphics@molnarfuneralhome.com

Bio coming soon

Former Owners


Christine Burd Spedding

Christine Burd Spedding

Christine is one of the former owners of the R.J. Nixon and H.F. Thon funeral homes. She is a life long resident of Wyandotte, a parishioner of St. Vincent Palloti Parish and member of the Wyandotte Rotary Club. Christine enjoys being with family and friends.


Linda Burd-Berman

Linda Burd-BermanLinda is the past president and former owner of R.J. Nixon and H.F. Thon funeral homes. In 1978, she began working with her father, Donald R. Burd, assisting with the daily operations. Linda is apart of the Wyandotte Rotary Club  and spends her time with family, friends and is involved with many of her church’s functions. 

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