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Brian Cotter serves as President of the Davis Mortuary. He is familiar with all aspects of providing not only the logistical but also the practical and personal details in helping you and your family in the matters pertaining to death. He is a graduate of Trinidad High School, in Trinidad, Colorado, as well as the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, in Dallas, Texas. Having worked in and around his family's funeral homes since he was old enough to help wash the cars, he brings the a level of experience that is hard to match each time he is called upon to help. Brian is a certified Mortuary Science Practitioner, MSP ID# 1290, by the Colorado Funeral Service Board which is administered by the Colorado Funeral Directors Association. He is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and receives continuing education by attending state and national conventions and seminars relating to the funeral industry. He has been a member of Rotary International and is active in his local church and Masonic Lodge. He has been an active business leader in the Pueblo community and is a past President of the Mesa Junction Merchants Association. He and his wife, Jeanie, who can be found helping at the mortuary when her career allows, make their home on the north side of Pueblo and enjoy traveling when their time permits.
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Chris Cotter is known by many as being particular and detail oriented. He feels that each funeral should be as individual as the person themself and should meet the family's needs both emotionally and financially. He is a Certified Funeral Director as well as a licensed Life Insurance Agent, specializing in pre arranged funeral planning, and a Notary Public. Chris is a graduate of Trinidad High School in Trinidad, Colorado and has a B.S. degree from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado. Chris' dedication to family and community are very evident when meeting him for the first time. His caring nature and unselfish attitude make him a favorite with co-workers and the families he serves. Chris and his wife Sandi have two children, Ashley and Joshua. Sandi can be found around the funeral home especially during the summer months when she is not at her "other" job of teaching school. Chris is a member of the King of Kings Lutheran Church, where he has previously served on the Church Council and various other committees. When not serving his community, Chris enjoys spending time with his children, rooting for his beloved University of Nebraska Cornhuskers and Kansas City Royals as well as watching sports of all kinds.