Our staff is comprised of dedicated and licensed professionals with the experience to answer all your questions regarding our services. Please feel free to contact any of our staff members at any time.
William F. Dunn
William F. Dunn is a graduate of Ottawa Township High School and a graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science. William is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer and a Certified Cremationist. He is a member of St. Anne Catholic Church, National Funeral Directors Association, Illinois Funeral Directors Association and the Cremation Association of North America. He and his wife Pat have lived in Oswego since Bill was honorably discharged from the U S Army in 1968. He enjoys traveling and spending time with his grandchildren.
Jacob R. Dunn
Managing Funeral Director/Embalmer
Jacob was born
and raised in Aurora, where he attended Aurora Central Catholic High School, graduating in
2015 with honors. He later attended the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science where he
graduated Cum Laude in December of 2018. During his time in school, he was awarded
the James C. Lyerly Memorial Award for outstanding business and management skills and the Arthur J. Russler Memorial Award for the highest competency in clinical
embalming theory. Jacob has been a licensed crematory operator since 2013. Jacob served his internship starting in 2019 and is now a Licensed Funeral Director
Funeral Director/Embalmer Intern
has always had a heart of compassion for others. She began her career of
servitude at a local Plainfield, Illinois nursing home while in high school and
continues that passion to this day. She graduated from Worsham College of
Mortuary Science in Wheeling Illinois in 2018, and is a certified crematory
operator. Taylor then served the Denver and Northern Colorado areas as a
funeral director and embalmer for the next five years before returning home to
Illinois. Taylor is eternally grateful to her teachers and mentors for the
knowledge and wisdom they’ve imparted and is always extremely eager to learn
more to serve the residents of our community to the best of her ability. Now
residing in Ottawa with her dog Toby and cat Benjamin, she spends her free time
volunteering at animal shelters and enjoying the outdoors. Taylor is honored to
serve alongside the Dunn family and help continue their legacy. She holds true
to the motto: "Be the reason someone
feels welcomed, seen, heard, valued, loved, and supported."
Mark J. Janusz
Funeral Director Assistant
Mark is dedicated to serving the people of his community with dignity and compassion. A native of Lockport, he served the people of Will and Cook County for many years in law enforcement, emergency services, as well as in funeral service. He and his wife, Pam, reside in Ottawa and are members of St. Francis of Assisi Church. Mark is an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time.