Staff

Our dedicated staff are here to provide support, compassion, and information to help you through your journey of grief and the celebration of your loved one’s life.

With our daily email messages of comfort and hope, you will feel the support of knowing we are here to walk with you through this inevitable journey of grief. Each email will include advice, stories and other thoughts to help you address the challenges that come when you experience the loss of a loved one.

With our daily email messages of comfort and hope, you will feel the support of knowing we are here to walk with you through this inevitable journey of grief. Each email will include advice, stories and other thoughts to help you address the challenges that come when you experience the loss of a loved one.

Jaynes Memorial Chapel

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Rick Jaynes Owner, funeral director, embalmer

A licensed funeral director since 1987, Rick has worked in funeral service in Duncanville his entire professional career. With a bachelor’s degree in Christian education from Oral Roberts University, he came to Duncanville in 1985 to attend Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. He married Laura Elliott, a hometown girl, in 1987. They reside in DeSoto with their two children.

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Laura Elliott Jaynes Owner, florist

A Texas Master Florist since 1986, Laura is the resident floral designer at Jaynes Memorial Chapel. She is busy making beautiful casket sprays and family floral tributes here and brings a lifetime of expertise to her work. Laura worked for her family business, Flowers by Sandra for 40 years as a designer & buyer. A 1980 graduate of Duncanville High School, Laura is not only a wonderful wife, mother and LaLa she is very involved as an owner serving families here at Jaynes Memorial Chapel.

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Stephanie Talbot Office Manager stalbot52@swbell.net

Jaynes Memorial Chapel welcomed Stephanie Talbot to its staff in May 2017. Retiring from a career in Duncanville Schools that spanned 21 years, Stephanie spent most of her career teaching English at Duncanville High School. Married for 38 years to Bob with daughter, Laura, son-in-law, Scott & 2 granddogs, she loves spending time with family and friends. Stephanie will be working in the front office at Jaynes Memorial, with a familiar smile and warm spirit.

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Greg Wilson Funeral director, embalmer g.wilson809@swbell.net

A native of Red Oak, Texas, Greg has served familes as a funeral director/ embalmer at Jaynes Memorial Chapel since 2007. He previously served his apprenticeship with us and is truly a valued member of our staff. A graduate of Red Oak High School, Greg also is a graduate of Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. His smile and easy manner makes families feel at ease. A resident of Midlothian, he enjoys coaching his children on the soccer field on his time off.

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Cason Conger Funeral Director

Cason Conger joined the Jaynes Memorial Chapel staff in 2018. Cason came to us from Georgia when he moved to here to attend Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. A full time Funeral Director with us now after serving his apprenticeship and graduating mortuary shool in 2019, Cason brings a lot of experience from working in the local funeral home in his hometown. We are so happy for him to be part of our funeral home family here at Jaynes. He and his wife, Eireann live in Desoto with their dogs, Roxie and Rudy.

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Robert (Bobby) Stovall Funeral director, embalmer b.stovall56@swbell.net

Recently retired, Bobby joined the Jaynes Memorial Chapel family in 2000. He still is a part of our family and is available to preach funerals and participate from time to time. A 1982 graduate of Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, he has had careers, not only in funeral service but in education, and ministry as well. A former funeral home manager in Duncanville in the 1980’s, Bobby served as an administrator and staff minister at Trinity Christian School in Cedar Hill for many years. His years of experience in funeral service and ministry, his history with the community, and his commitment to service has brought tremendous value to the families we serve.

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Les Elliott In Loving Memory

Les was part of the Jaynes Memorial Chapel staff since it’s opening in November 1998. After a 35-year career with Texas Utilities, Les retired from power plant management to attend mortuary school and participate in the “family business”. Dad to Laura, Father-in-law to Rick, and GrandDad as well. Rest in peace Grandad and thank you for everything. Les Elliott Obituary

Rick Jaynes

Owner, funeral director, embalmer
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A licensed funeral director since 1987, Rick has worked in funeral service in Duncanville his entire professional career. With a bachelor’s degree in Christian education from Oral Roberts University, he came to Duncanville in 1985 to attend Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. He married Laura Elliott, a hometown girl, in 1987. They reside in DeSoto with their two children.

Laura Elliott Jaynes

Owner, florist
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A Texas Master Florist since 1986, Laura is the resident floral designer at Jaynes Memorial Chapel. She is busy making beautiful casket sprays and family floral tributes here and brings a lifetime of expertise to her work. Laura worked for her family business, Flowers by Sandra for 40 years as a designer & buyer. A 1980 graduate of Duncanville High School, Laura is not only a wonderful wife, mother and LaLa she is very involved as an owner serving families here at Jaynes Memorial Chapel.

Stephanie Talbot

Office Manager
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Jaynes Memorial Chapel welcomed Stephanie Talbot to its staff in May 2017. Retiring from a career in Duncanville Schools that spanned 21 years, Stephanie spent most of her career teaching English at Duncanville High School. Married for 38 years to Bob with daughter, Laura, son-in-law, Scott & 2 granddogs, she loves spending time with family and friends. Stephanie will be working in the front office at Jaynes Memorial, with a familiar smile and warm spirit.

Greg Wilson

Funeral director, embalmer
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A native of Red Oak, Texas, Greg has served familes as a funeral director/ embalmer at Jaynes Memorial Chapel since 2007. He previously served his apprenticeship with us and is truly a valued member of our staff. A graduate of Red Oak High School, Greg also is a graduate of Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. His smile and easy manner makes families feel at ease. A resident of Midlothian, he enjoys coaching his children on the soccer field on his time off.

Cason Conger

Funeral Director
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Cason Conger joined the Jaynes Memorial Chapel staff in 2018. Cason came to us from Georgia when he moved to here to attend Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. A full time Funeral Director with us now after serving his apprenticeship and graduating mortuary shool in 2019, Cason brings a lot of experience from working in the local funeral home in his hometown. We are so happy for him to be part of our funeral home family here at Jaynes. He and his wife, Eireann live in Desoto with their dogs, Roxie and Rudy.

Robert (Bobby) Stovall

Funeral director, embalmer
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Recently retired, Bobby joined the Jaynes Memorial Chapel family in 2000. He still is a part of our family and is available to preach funerals and participate from time to time. A 1982 graduate of Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, he has had careers, not only in funeral service but in education, and ministry as well. A former funeral home manager in Duncanville in the 1980’s, Bobby served as an administrator and staff minister at Trinity Christian School in Cedar Hill for many years. His years of experience in funeral service and ministry, his history with the community, and his commitment to service has brought tremendous value to the families we serve.

Les Elliott

In Loving Memory
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Les was part of the Jaynes Memorial Chapel staff since it’s opening in November 1998. After a 35-year career with Texas Utilities, Les retired from power plant management to attend mortuary school and participate in the “family business”. Dad to Laura, Father-in-law to Rick, and GrandDad as well. Rest in peace Grandad and thank you for everything. Les Elliott Obituary