After receiving his funeral director licenses, he continued to work with Evans where
he devoted his life to serving the families in the community. In 2000 he was given a
great opportunity of become the general manager of the funeral home which was
owned by Stewart Enterprises. In 2002 he was named Manager of the Year for the
Eastern Region. Jimmy enjoyed his involvement with the company, but continue to
have the need and desire to have the funeral home locally owned.
With this desire, Jimmy along with a close friend, purchased the funeral home in
2004 and continued to operate it serving many families over the years. The
success of the business came because of their strong compassion for the people
they served. This gave them the opportunity to open another location in
Williamston in 2008. Shortly after this opening, Jimmy decided to focus 100
percent on the new location. As this business continued to grow, he learned that
most of the families they were serving really didn't utilize the funeral home. They
did the majority of the visitation and services in their churches. With this
information, he moved out of the building at the end of 2010. This is were Jimmy
D. Sawyer, Funeral Director Licensee was born.
By offering this private funeral and cremation service, he is able to spend more
time with each family we serve, focusing on their needs and making sure they are
all met. We were also able to offer a much more affordable service to you. On
average our cremation and funeral prices are nearly half that of other funeral
providers. Contact us and let us show you how we can provide you with a quality
well personalized service while helping you stay within your budget.
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JIMMY D. SAWYER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSEE
Jimmy D. Sawyer, began his funeral career in
September of 1997 when he began working
with Chris Evans at Evans Funeral Home in
Edenton, NC. His humble beginnings gave him
the opportunity to learn all aspects of the funeral
industry. He was initially hire as a grave digger
and maintenance person. It wasn't long before
he decided that this was the right choice for
him and changed colleges and began studying
for his funeral director degree at FTCC.