About Us

Our Staff

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Joe Springer President

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Bruce W. Turner Vice President

Bruce came to Richfield to work at Springer Mortuary in 1981 from Las Vegas, NV, where he had worked for five years as head arrangement director at Palm Mortuary. He gained some great experience and work ethics in Las Vegas. He is still licensed in Nevada as a funeral director and embalmer. 

Bruce grew up in Wayne County, which is just over the mountain from Richfield, so he feels right at home here. He has nine children, two still living at home and thirteen grandchildren. 

Bruce is active in his church, the Lion's Club and other civic organizations. He is a supporter of the Richfield High School Wild Cats and supports his children in all their school activities. 

Bruce is a talented artist, gardener and raises fresh water cichlids as a hobby. 

Bruce enjoys his work and has often said if he didn't need to make a living, he would bury people for free. He is a kind, compassionate and caring person and knows how to make you feel comfortable and will help you through your hour of need.

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Matthew Taylor Funeral Director

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Kieth Garff Aftercare Counselor

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Jake Steele Funeral Assistant

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Collin Hales Funeral Assitant

Joe Springer

President
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Bruce W. Turner

Vice President
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Bruce came to Richfield to work at Springer Mortuary in 1981 from Las Vegas, NV, where he had worked for five years as head arrangement director at Palm Mortuary. He gained some great experience and work ethics in Las Vegas. He is still licensed in Nevada as a funeral director and embalmer. 

Bruce grew up in Wayne County, which is just over the mountain from Richfield, so he feels right at home here. He has nine children, two still living at home and thirteen grandchildren. 

Bruce is active in his church, the Lion's Club and other civic organizations. He is a supporter of the Richfield High School Wild Cats and supports his children in all their school activities. 

Bruce is a talented artist, gardener and raises fresh water cichlids as a hobby. 

Bruce enjoys his work and has often said if he didn't need to make a living, he would bury people for free. He is a kind, compassionate and caring person and knows how to make you feel comfortable and will help you through your hour of need.

Matthew Taylor

Funeral Director
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Kieth Garff

Aftercare Counselor
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Jake Steele

Funeral Assistant
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Collin Hales

Funeral Assitant
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