Thomas is the second generation to work and run Parker Funeral Home alongside parents and owners Robert & Meredith Norton. Thomas helped build the funeral home from the ground up 30 years ago and has been a full time staff member since 2004. Thomas is certified and trained to run the only crematory in Douglas County and has been a prominent member in the community. Thomas is a member of the Denver Metro Funeral Directors Association, National Funeral Director Association & Denver Metro Funeral Directors Association. Thomas is a devoted father to his 2 daughters and spends his free time with his family, playing guitar and traveling.
Chelsea is the third generation to work and provide service to those at Parker Funeral Home and continue the legacy of her grandparents Robert & Meredith Norton. She currently resides in Parker with her husband and two children. As a Colorado native, Chelsea enjoys hiking, camping and being outdoors. She loves to read and write, paint, sing and dance to music. Prior to joining the family business, Chelsea had worked in the health care industry for over 10 years all over the state advocating and providing quality care and service to patients in need.
Stacey Cole-Winsor moved to Colorado in 2001 with her husband and 3 children. She was a teacher for 25 years and has a passion for service. She attended Arapahoe Community College and earned a second degree in Mortuary Science. When she is not at the funeral home, she and her family enjoy camping, cooking, music and entertaining. Stacey is a violinist and enjoys playing on her church worship team. She has worked for corporate funeral homes and private family-owned funeral homes, much preferring the later. Stacey most often serves as a funeral director, meeting with families and planning services and ways to honor their loved ones.