Our staff's commitment to you
Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.
Staff members of Chapel of the Twin Cities are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. These requests and traditions are of the utmost importance to our staff.
Eugene joined Chapel of the Twin Cities as Funeral Manager in September 2022. He was raised in Rocklin, CA and moved around the greater Sacramento region untill relocating to Yuba City in August of 2022 with his wife and baby girl. Graduating from William Jessup University in 2015, his passion to serve God, families, and communities has led him to provide compassionate care and services to the communities in and around Yuba City. Eugene's purpose and drive is to recognize the full worth of people and situations. He looks forward to see how God will use him in all endeavors.
"In every situation and every circumstance of your life, God is always doing a thousand different things that you cannot see and you do not know." - John Piper
Ignacio grew up in Sacramento, California and later relocated to Marysville, California. He enjoys being able to help families in a time of need. Ignacio also enjoys spending time with family, going to the lake on a hot day and barbequeing during the summer. Serving families and working in the funeral industry has been a dream job for him.
Ella grew up in Sacramento then moved to Roseville and now resides in Yuba City. Previously she was a behavioral therapist for individuals with autism and related disorders.
She never imagined that her desire to help others would lead her into this industry but when the option arose, she ran with it. She started as a certified funeral arranger and crematory operator and is now an operations manager. In her free time, she likes to go hiking in Auburn, cooking, fishkeeping, paddle boarding and going to the snow.
Mark joined Chapel of the Twin Cities in 2012 bringing an abundance of knowledge and expertise in the funeral home industry.
A Marine Corps veteran and Sutter County resident since 1981, Mark has guided hundreds of local families with understanding and compassion through emotional times.
Mark is a certified funeral arranger, crematory operator, and licensed by the state of California to take care of any pre-arrangement needs that a family might need.
"Day is done, gone the sun, from the hills, from the lake, from the sky. All is well, safely rest, God is nigh".