MONROVIA, Md. (Feb. 24, 2022) – Thacker Caskets announces the retirement of Greg Brehm, who joined the company 23 years ago.
Greg joined Thacker Caskets in 1999 as a funeral director liaison to assist the company in better understanding the needs of the funeral director clientele. Having been a licensed funeral director and member of the Maryland State Funeral Directors Association since 1986, Greg proved to be a valuable resource, a wealth of knowledge, and an integral part of the administrative team. Greg has been a pinnacle example of loyalty and hard work. For many years, he has been an integral part of the customer service team. He also proved to be incredibly versatile, taking on other responsibilities, such as accounts payable, logistics between satellite warehouses, and processing specialty urn and head panel orders. Greg built an excellent rapport with customers through the years and Thacker Caskets will certainly miss having his expertise on hand.
Upon announcing his retirement, Greg said, “It has been a pleasure working with all of our customers and all of my co-workers at Thacker Caskets. I will miss all of the friendships that have been made over the years and I wish them all continued success in their future with Thacker Caskets.”
CEO of Thacker Caskets, CJ Thacker remarked, “I have had the pleasure of working with Greg for the past 23 years. He truly exemplifies the definition of loyalty and commitment, and we are eternally grateful for his dedication to this company and the knowledge he has shared with us through the years.”
As a licensed private aircraft pilot, a motorcycle enthusiast, and a volunteer at his local church, Greg plans on staying active throughout his retirement. Thacker Caskets would like to sincerely thank Greg for his loyalty throughout the years. Thacker is both delighted for him and saddened to see him leave and extend their best wishes as he embarks upon the next journey of his life.