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Meet Our Staff

Our staff provides excellent funeral planning services.

We have years of experience caring for families from all walks of life, cultures and faiths. Our unsurpassed staff and our family provide kind, caring, professional service. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession who are dedicated to excellence in service, adhere to the highest funeral industry standards, and have exceptional integrity. We consistently earn phenomenally high customer satisfaction survey results.

Our licensed, professional staff is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call 979-822-1571 anytime. We will even come to you to make arrangements in the comfort of your home.

Prompt, compassionate service is always just a phone call away, where and when you need it.


Kyle J. Incardona

Kyle J. Incardona

Managing Partner/Funeral Director

Born in Buffalo, N.Y., Kyle had the pleasure of growing up in a small Polish-Italian family with deep roots in the Catholic faith.  He attended college at Niagara University in Niagara Falls, N.Y., where he studied psychology and sociology. He is also the first Certified Funeral Celebrant in the Brazos Valley.

In the mid-1990’s, Kyle moved to Fort Worth, where he attended the Dallas Institute of Funeral Services, fell in love with his adopted home and grew up within the industry.  It was there that he met the love of his life, Cathy, and they were married in June 2000.

Early in their marriage, Kyle went back to school at Texas Wesleyan University, where he studied business management.  Beginning as a student, he gradually took on more responsibility and eventually ran two funeral homes, a cemetery and a flower shop.  Kyle took on a more administrative role when he oversaw several funeral homes and cemeteries throughout the state of Texas. The Incardonas moved to Bryan-College Station in the summer of 2007 when the opportunity to become a managing partner with Hillier Funeral Home arose, satisfying his longing to return to helping families once again.

Kyle is proud to bring innovative new ideas to the funeral industry that enhance the already established tradition here at Hillier Funeral Home. Service is his main focus. "Having the finest locations, most knowledgeable staff, and the concept of a servant's heart is what makes us the finest funeral home in the Brazos County!" When asked why he chose to become a funeral director, his answer is simple- "because life is precious!"

Kyle and Cathy have three children who attend St. Joseph Catholic School and Cathy is an English teacher at Bryan ISD.  They are members of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan.  Kyle and his family are heavily involved in the community, volunteering in any way that they can.

Kyle is a past Grand Knight for the Knights of Columbus and currently a member of 11759 and a 4th-degree member of Council 2041. He is on the Pastoral Council for St. Joseph Catholic Church and a founding member of the ConQuest Club in Bryan-College Station. Kyle serves on the Board of Directors for the Better Business Bureau, is the co-founder of the nonprofit group, Americana Familia Foundation, and serves on the City of Bryan Planning and Zoning Commission. He enjoys attending his children's sporting events and his daughter's dance recitals.

Email: kyle@hillierfh.com


Glenn Anthony Duhon Jr.

Glenn Anthony Duhon Jr.

Community Relations and Outreach/ Funeral Director

Glenn was born in Lafayette, Louisiana and graduated from University of Louisiana at Lafayette before moving to Bryan-College Station in 1994 to attend Graduate School at Texas A&M University. He spent 23 years in the banking and financial services industry before joining the Hillier Team in April of 2013.

Glenn is married to Melissa Duhon and they have four children, Taylor, Kelsey, Austin, and Marybeth. They are members of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan. Glenn has been an active Bryan-College Station community member during the past 20 years with the City of Bryan Community Development Advisory Committee, American Red Cross, Parent-Teacher Organizations, Voices for Children (CASA), the B-CS Chamber of Commerce, the Bryan Cemetery Board, Knights of Columbus Council 11759 and the College Station Kiwanis Club, whereby he sponsors various youth leadership and service organizations. He is also a member of the National Funeral Service Honor Society.

Email: glenn@hillierfh.com


Natalie Lloyd

Natalie Lloyd

Community Releations and Outreach/ Funeral Director Intern

Natalie was born in Austin, Texas and raised as a military brat. She graduated from Baylor University of Waco, Texas and continued her education at Dallas Institute of Funeral Service where she graduated with honors and the top of her class in 2016 as a Licensed Funeral Director and began her education to become a Licensed Embalmer at the Amarillo School of Embalming. She joined the Hillier family and the Bryan-College Station community in October of 2016 and has made it her permanent home. 

Natalie is member of several organizations, including Lions Club International and Pi Sigma Eta Fraternity. Natalie found her calling and passion for funeral service and she has a profound love for the profession and the families she serves. She has one daughter, Tristen who is the light of her world. Aside from spending time with her daughter, Natalie enjoys a variety of activities including reading, crocheting, participating in community service projects, and of course work! 


Email: natalie@hillierfh.com


Rob  Lamb

Rob Lamb

Pre-Need Coordinator

Rob Lamb grew up in Northwest Houston and graduated from Baylor University with a business degree in 1988. He met his wife, Janet, in the business school and they started their careers and family in Dallas/For Worth. They lived in DFW are for seventeen years and in 2010 moved near Bryan and College Station to be closer to family.

Rob has been active as a Youth and Adult Bible Study teacher, a VBS leader, deacon, and Kiwanis volunteer. He and his family are members of First Baptist Church where he plays the trumpet in the church orchestra.

Rob and Janet have two children; a daughter, Analeigh, who is attending Texas A&M's Mays Business School and a son, Alexander, who attends Stephen F. Austin University in pursuit of a business degree in Management.

Ashley Siegert

Ashley Siegert

Funeral Director Intern

Ashley Siegert was born in Dallas, Texas, and was raised around the North Texas Area. She enjoys painting, and reading books in her free time, as well as spending time with her two cats, Ruckus and Nigel.

 

Ashley graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in March of 2017 and her passion for the funeral industry has been increasing on a daily basis. Shortly after graduating, she joined the Hillier team to learn how to better serve families in their time of need.



David Gerling

David Gerling

Ambassador

“Let’s look on the bright side,” something David Gerling always says. David has always had a great outlook on life and a servant’s heart, as well as being a compassionate advocate and friend to all. Born in Austin, Texas to a stay at home mom and Professional Engineer, David was taught core values that he carries with him to this day. He spent most of his teen years in Boy Scouts of America, band, playing sports, camping and developing his love for art and music. After graduating Stephen  F. Austin High School, David then went to Texas A&M University, Class of 1981, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Recreation and Parks Administration and was in the Corps of Cadets – Aggie Band. During his college years, David met the love of his life, Patricia Ann Wolf, at a Girl Scout Camp in Texlake where he was working as an Assistant Camp Ranger. They went on to date for three years and married in May of 1980 and now have two amazing children, Bradley Gerling and Kellie Gerling.
David is very involved in his community. He is involved in Knights of Columbus, Council 3205, Assembly 2041, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, College Station Noon Lions Club, Texas Amateur Athletic  Federation, Brazos County A&M Club, Texas Aggie Band Association, Texas A&M Association of Former Students and numerous other community non-profit organizations. When he is not volunteering, David enjoys working at his 30 plus year career in the Recreation/Leisure Industry, where he enjoyed going to work every day and spending extra hours providing outstanding service to those he touched.
David believes “Laughter is an essential part of a good life.” He loves making memories with friends and families. He enjoys hunting, taking vacations with family, working outside and helping people in need. He especially loves working at Hillier Funeral Home so he can help families within our community.

Andrew Harvey

Andrew Harvey

Ambassador

Andrew was born in Corrigon, Texas where his grandfather ran the only funeral home for more than 50 years. He is currently a history major at Blinn College where he will transfer to Texas A&M in hopes of becoming a coach and mentor youth.



John Collier

John Collier

Ambassador

John is proud to have served families in the Brazos Valley at Hillier since fall of 2014. John also serves as a pastor of New Beginnings, a church in Bryan. John attended Welch College in Nashville, Tennessee. In 2010, he graduated with a B.A. in Religion degree from the Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary (BMATS) in Jacksonville, Texas.

John is blessed to be the husband to Catherine and father to Warner, Jacob, and Aaron. He has a wonderful family and considers more blessed than any man deserves to be. After spending twelve years in Tyler, Texas, John and his family are proud to call the Brazos Valley home.

Whether in his ministry at New Beginnings or at Hillier Funeral Home, John considers it an honor to fulfill his call to serve the families of the Bryan-College Station area.

Mike Ruesink

Mike Ruesink

Ambassador

Mike  is a longtime resident of College Station.  He graduated from A&M Consolidated High School and Blinn Jr. College with a degree in Fire Science.  He is a Lieutenant with the College Station Fire Dept., where he has worked for 29 years.  Mike has served the Brazos Valley Community in many areas, notably youth sports, and currently serves on the Board of the Brazos County Youth Livestock Show.  He is a charter member of Covenant Presbyterian Church in College Station.  
Mike has been married to Denise for 20 years and is the proud father of four:  Lyndi Ruesink, Chad Ruesink, David Boyd and Jeremy Boyd.  Mike and his family love traveling and attending sporting events, especially high school football.
Mike welcomes the opportunity to serve others and give his time, making a difference in the lives of our families in their time of need.

Dan Castillo

Dan Castillo

Ambassador

Dan Castillo has been with Hillier Funeral Home since 2006.  He is a native of California and attended East Los Angeles College and California State University at Los Angeles.  He retired from the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department after more than 31 years of service.  He and his wife Susan have two children and have been in the area since 1999.  Dan’s family owned and operated their own mortuary service in the Los Angeles area and in various parts of California.
He and his wife are avid Texas A&M University fans with season passes to many TAMU sports events.  Dan truly enjoys serving the community and is involved in many organizations in the area.  Dan and his wife attend A&M United Methodist Church.

Frank W. Cox III

Frank W. Cox III

Ambassador

After receiving a degree in Personnel Management from Texas A&M in 1965, Frank served as a captain in the USAF during the Vietnam War.  Upon leaving the Air Force, Frank returned to his hometown of New Boston, Texas, where he served for 31 years as a civilian in the Dept. of Defense.  Frank is the founder of his management consulting firm, Source of Success, which specializes in leadership, team building and problem solving.  
During his days at Texas A&M, Frank was 1st Sergeant of Squadron 2, a member of Corps Staff and the Ross Volunteers. He was Junior Yell Leader and Head Yell Leader his Senior year. He is the author of the book "I Bleed Maroon" and the poem "Aggieland – Why I Love Her So".
Frank and his wife Cheryl have been married for 41 years and they are the parents of a son, John Cox, and a daughter, Cristy Cox Mayfield and husband Matt with their 3 children Ruthie, Mary Blair and Luke.  Frank brings over four decades of caring experience as a coach, youth minister, counselor and facilitator for thousands of individuals and teams to the Hillier Family.  

Jose Noriega

Jose Noriega

Ambassador

Jose grew up in Brownsville and attended Brownsville High School.  He and his family moved to Bryan in 1996.  Jose works in the construction business, but he also takes great pride in cleaning and maintaining Hillier Funeral Home.  He also enjoys helping families during visitations and funeral services.
Jose and his wife Isabel have three children, Yesenia, Joe Louis, and Keilah.  They are very involved in their church, Ministerio de Restauracion, Eben-Ezer in Bryan, where they volunteer many hours in community service.  Jose and his family enjoy traveling and attending school events with their children.  
Jose finds it very rewarding to serve Hillier families.

Anita Kapchinski

Anita Kapchinski

Ambassador

Anita Kapchinski – Ambassador
A Bryan native, Anita married Karl Kapchinski and settled in College Station in 1980.  She is well known throughout the community for her singing, especially at area churches, and she regularly performs the National Anthem at many events in the area.   Although she has served many Hillier families over the years singing for funerals, Anita formally joined the Hillier team in May of 2010 as Office Manager.  In 2013, Anita returned to her roots, accepting a full time teaching position as Music Teacher for St. Joseph Elementary School.  She now serves Hillier as an ambassador and continues to sing for many Hillier services.
Anita and her husband Karl, Outreach Athletic Trainer for Methodist Hospital in Houston, are the proud parents of Kris and wife Jessica, Kyle and wife Meredith, and Kevin and wife Amanda; and grandparents of four grandchildren, Jennifer Renae, Lena Rose, and identical twin grandsons Kade Louis and Kristpher Brandt.  When they are not attending sporting events or playing with their grandchildren, Anita and Karl love traveling and spending time at their lake house, Kap’s Hut.
Anita enjoys volunteering in areas where she feels she is needed, and she especially enjoys preparing meals for families coping with terminal illness.  She has worked in music ministry at many area churches over the past 35+ years including St. Joseph, St. Anthony, St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Mary, currently serving St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Mary’s in College Station as song leader. She also is a member of the Austin Diocesan Choir, providing music for special celebrations within the diocese.

Frances DeGalia

Frances DeGalia

Ambassador

Frances is a lifelong resident of Bryan. She attended Stephen F. Austin High School, and graduated from Sam Houston State University with a B.A. in teaching and a Master’s Degree in Education. She is a retired teacher and now tutors privately. Her passion is dog rescue; she has been rescuing Great Pyrenees dogs for 30 years. Her favorite quote is “Saving one animal won’t change the world, but it will change the world for one animal.”



Jason Bone

Jason Bone

Ambassador

Jason started at Hillier in March of 2014. He was born right here in Bryan, and has lived here all his life. Since graduating from Bryan High in 2012, Jason has gone on to get his EMT-Basic certification and is currently a paramedic with Robertson County



Kellie Gerling

Kellie Gerling

Ambassador

Kellie is a College Station native.  Her hobbies are shopping, cooking, and doing art/crafts projects as well as country-western dancing.  She is proud to say that she is a Texas Longhorn Fan!  Hook’em Horns!!!



Jeanette Rico

Jeanette Rico

Ambassador

Jeanette was born and raised in Bryan, TX. She graduated from Sam Houston State University and is employed full time for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services in the Adoption program. She also volunteers with Traditions Hospice and has been providing patient companionship for over a year to a very sweet lady. She has two children, one of which is actively serving in the United States Navy.  Jeanette enjoys traveling, exercising and spending time with family.



Justus Burns

Justus Burns

Ambassador

Justus grew up in Bulverde, Texas, and graduated from Smithson Valley High School before moving to Bryan to enroll in the Fire Academy with TEEX. After completing his firefighter training, Justus re-enrolled into the EMT program and is currently completing his clinical rotations to obtain his EMT certification.

 

Justus has a passion for helping people and finds his work as part of the Hillier Team to be very fulfilling and rewarding.



Javier Fernandez

Javier Fernandez

Bookkeeping

Growing up in Eagle Pass Texas, a border town, Javier spent many summers and weekends traveling to Mexico where his grandfather owned a money exchange store.  When he wasn’t visiting his grandfather, his time was occupied by sports, church, and Boy Scouts.  He eventually received the honor of becoming an Eagle Scout. 

In 1994, Javier attended Texas A&M University and became a member of the Fish Drill Team Class of 1998. During his time at A&M he studied Psychology and soon discovered his love for coffee, and through his dedication became a business owner of a coffee shop in Austin, TX.   At that time, Javier was introduced to the world of bookkeeping; this sparked his interest for numbers and systems. 

Javier and his wife moved to Bryan, TX in 2013 with their two cats Merlin & Jafar.   They currently maintain their family rental property business and enjoy spending the weekends visiting with relatives and having long chats over coffee. 



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