C.F.S.P., General Manager
At the Las Vegas, NV location.Born and Raised in Gillette, Wyoming, Todd Noecker is a Fifth Generation Funeral Director, graduating from Campbell County High School in 1984 and later from the University of Wyoming in 1986. Todd attended the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science where he received his degree in Mortuary Science in 1988. Following Graduation he attended the Wyoming Law enforcement academy and received his Coroner Certification and was deputized as Campbell County Deputy Coroner. In 1994 he was installed as the President of the Wyoming Funeral Directors Association. Todd is also a Certifed Funeral Service Practitioner, a designation given to those who commit themselves to continuing educational requirements yearly. He was recently appointed by Governor Sandoval to the Nevada State Board of Funeral and Cemetery Services and acting Secretary of the Board.
Todd moved to Las Vegas in 2005 he and his wife Melinda have enjoyed getting to know the people of Nevada. Todd has four children Keenan, Taylor, Zac and Sara. In his spare time he enjoys being with his family, golfing, Corvetting with his Corvette club “Hot Vegas Vettes” and boating at Lake Mead.
Davis Charleston Chapel
At the Las Vegas, NV location.Originally from Perrysburg, Ohio, Allen was raised along with his four siblings in Wyoming by his Mother Patti. Following high school Allen served a two year church mission to Cleveland, Ohio. In 2003 he married Cara and together they have three children, Michael, Ashlyn, and Xander.
Allen is a graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. He is also a Certified Funeral Celebrant and seeks to meet the needs of families, and is able to provide a funeral service that is personalized to reflect the personality and life-style of their loved one during their time of loss.
In March 2011 Allen and his family moved to Las Vegas, they are excited to meet the people of Las Vegas and become a part of the community. Allen enjoys all sports, traveling and spending time with his family.