Craig Strunk is the President of Sierra View Funeral Chapel, Affordable Cremation & Burial Center, Angel Care Cremation & Burial, and Nor-Cal Crematory, all located in Sacramento County. He is a licensed funeral director Lic. # FDR-51 and a licensed Crematory Manager Lic. # CRM-111 with over 34 years experience in the funeral and cremation industry.
General Manager, Funeral Director & Embalmer
Andrea has been working in the funeral industry since January 2006. After serving her two year apprenticeship she became a licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director. She is a member of the South Sacramento Rotary, Past President of the Sacramento Area Funeral Directors Association, and currently serving on the California Funeral Director's Association Board.
Finance Manger/ Funeral Arranger
Andrea oversees all areas of finance and administration including payroll, accounts payable and receivable, and 401(k) retirement accounts for our employees. In 2012 Andrea became a Funeral Arranger to assist with families. She is a compassionate and dedicated person and enjoys helping others in need.
Funeral Arranger and Apprentice
A Graduate of American River College Funeral Service Education Program class of 2016 and Jesuit High School class of 2014. While at Jesuit he was involved in Campus Ministry and played both basketball and football until sustaining a career ending knee injury. Matthew is currently serving his apprenticeship and assisting in everyday operations at the funeral home. He is truly a "Man for Others"
Funeral Director and Apprentice
Ashley is a licensed Funeral Director. She graduated American River in 2016. Ashley is currently serving her apprenticeship to be an embalmer . Her calm and gentle demeanor make her a wonderful addition to our staff.
Funeral Director and Embalmer
A licensed funeral director and embalmer in the State of California and having served the funeral profession for the past 5 years, Shanda graduated from American River College of Funeral Service in 2012. Shanda appreciates the trust her families place in her to take care of their loved ones during this difficult time of need.