Manny Godoy Owner/Funeral Director
Manny has been serving the Funeral Industry since 1996. He is a seasoned Funeral Director, Embalmer and a Bereavement Minister ordained by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. He is involved in a number of community organizations and local charities in Southern California that assist homeless youth, community emergency preparedness, LGBTQ and other social justice issues. Manny lives in Covina with his partner, Rocky and two daughters, Evelyn and Tilly.
Rocky Bautista Owner/Operator
Rocky started in Funeral Service in 2011 and has comforted thousands of families during their loss. He is familiar with the needs of the diverse families we serve. From customs, traditions and cultures or creating a meaningful Celebration of Life. Rocky is a licensed Life Insurance Agent and can assist you in Pre-Planning your services and end of life decisions.
Lola the Bereavement Pug Grief Therapy Dog
Most people might not expect to see a dog in a funeral home, but there really couldn’t be a better environment for man’s best friend. The healing power of therapy dogs has shown that a few minutes of petting a dog can result in an increase in “feel good” hormones such as serotonin, prolactin and oxytocin. This proves that therapy dogs can offer both emotional and physical comfort to those suffering a loss.
Lola also is the face to our Pet Loss Service. She accompanies pets that are in our care to our pet crematory or final place of rest.
Andrea Batista Owner/Community Liaison
Andrea is a 3rd generation Azusan who is actively involved in the community. She is a member of the Azusa Woman's' Club, Director with the Azusa Chamber of Commerce, member of the Azusa Historical Society. She and her husband have 3 daughter and are parishioners of St. Louise de Marillac in Covina.
Tazi Martinez Service Director
Tazi is currently a Mortuary Science student at Cypress College. She is new to funeral service and is working towards becoming a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer.
Monty the Mortuary Cat In Loving Memory
To many, Monty was known for hanging around the Mortuary and as being a very dear companion to Lola the Bereavement Pug. Monty and Lola have greeted hundreds of families over the years as they have come in to make funeral arrangements.
Monty passed away in December of 2017.