Staff

Our dedicated staff are here to provide support, compassion, and information to help you through your journey of grief and the celebration of your loved one’s life.

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Funeral Attendant's and Funeral Assistants
Funeral Attendant's and Funeral Assistants
Sugar Morini, Elaine Beauregard & Jeffrey LaForest
Sugar Morini, Elaine Beauregard & Jeffrey LaForest

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Kathy Cartmell-Sirrico FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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John J. Vincent, Jr. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Daniel R. Holland FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Mary Aveni FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Heidie L. Grant FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Jeffrey D. LaForest FUNERAL ASSISTANT/AFTER CARE COORDINATOR
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Paul E. Santos FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Joseph L. Davis FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Seth Silveira REGISTERED EMBALMER APPRENTICE
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Elaine Beauregard ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/SECRETARY
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Sugar Morini RECEPTIONIST/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Kathy Cartmell-Sirrico

FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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  • Kathy Cartmell-Sirrico –Owner, Licensed Funeral Director

 

Kathy has worked in the funeral industry her entire life. Having grown up in the business she was by her father’s side as a child. She knew from a young age that the Funeral Business was going to be her future. Kathy has been a lifelong resident of Plymouth graduating from Plymouth Carver High Class of 1974. She then attended the New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences where she received her Funeral Director’s License. After her Dad’s retirement in 1985, Kathy took full control of the business. Kathy was selected by the Governor of Massachusetts to serve on the State Division of Professional Licensure under the board of Funeral Directing and Embalming where she served for several years which included a position as Chairman. Kathy has served on many boards including CURA Visiting Nurses, Cranberry Hospice, Plymouth Public Library and several committees for St. Mary Parish in Plymouth. Kathy was also the first woman and Past President for the Plymouth Kiwanis. In addition, she also was deployed to St. Charles Parish and New Orleans as a Mortuary Officer for DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team) following the events of Hurricane Katrina. Kathy is the proud mother of twins and grandmother of two. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with friends, family and her dog Morticia.  

John J. Vincent, Jr.

FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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  1. John J. Vincent, JrGeneral Manager, Licensed Funeral Director and Licensed Insurance Agent

A lifelong Plymouth native, John is actively involved in the community with leadership roles with the Lions Club, St. Joseph’s Council #4480, Knights of Columbus, Old Colony Club, Young America Club and the Portuguese Continental Union Lodge #1 Plymouth. Equally, he is dedicated to serving his funeral profession as a member of the Board of Directors for the MA Funeral Directors Association and as a Mortuary Officer with DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team) for FEMA. If asked, John would say the most rewarding part of his work is serving families during the most difficult times by listening and helping them through the healing process. He loves being part of a team that shares his compassionate manner and celebratory service. During time off, John loves living in the Pinehills Community with his husband, Jeff, and their two dogs, Sandy and Sheba, traveling, the sunshine and spending time with friends

Daniel R. Holland

FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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  1. Daniel R. Holland Care Center Manager Licensed Funeral Director

Dan is a proud graduate of Plymouth North High School Class of 2000. His desire to work with families and the community lead him to attend the Funeral Institute of the Northeast upon his graduation. As a former Mortuary Officer with DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team), he has helped families find closure in the worst times such as Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and the Continental Flight 3407 disaster in Buffalo, NY. Dan has been recognized as the top “40 under 40” by the Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine (2017). Always willing to learn, Dan is busy attending classes and seminars to better serve the funeral profession and families. Actively involved in the Lions Club (Past President), you can find him out with his dogs Charlie and Carol, or working on his home with his partner Chris.

Mary Aveni

FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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  1. Mary R. Aveni – Licensed Funeral Director

Mary is happy to be back home in Plymouth after living and working on the North Shore of Boston in a well-known funeral home for the past 30 years. Mary attended Plymouth-Carver High School Class of 1980. Following graduation, she attended the New England Institute for Applied Arts and Sciences where she earned her degree in Funeral Service. She joined the Cartmell-Davis team in 2017 and has reacquainted with the community, family and friends. Mary knew her pathway at a young age. Her desire to help people with compassion, comfort and respect has guided her love for funeral service. Mary was asked by NFDA (National Funeral Directors Association) to offer her assistance immediately following the events of September 11th, 2001. Mary worked diligently with DNA Specialists and Families helping them through a horrific time in our nation’s history. Mary is one of four siblings and has 2 nephews. Mary is a proud member of the Plymouth Arts Center. On time off, Mary relaxes by the sand or surf but is always up for listening to music, taking in an art show or seeing a play and spending time with friends and family.

 

Heidie L. Grant

FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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Heidie L. Grant - Licensed Funeral Director and Licensed Insurance Agent

                                                      “In this life we cannot do great things.

                                        We can only do small things with great love."

 

                                                                   Mother Teresa

 

Heidie (Lawrence) Grant has worked in the funeral service business for over twenty-five years. She enjoys working with a dedicated, caring and generous staff of people who believe that assisting families during their difficult time is top priority. She believes in meeting and exceeding all expectations throughout the entire funeral planning process and doing whatever possible to make it easier for the family.

Heidie is a lifelong resident of Plymouth, where she resides with her children. She graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Kingston and New England Institute of Embalming at Mount Ida College in 1994. She has been actively involved in her church and community over the years. Serving as a CCD teacher and member of the St. Peter’s Women’s League at St. Peter’s Parish in Plymouth. Heidie was a volunteer cheerleading coach and coordinator for Plymouth Pop Warner for over ten years. Her hobbies include, taking walks, going to the beach, scrapbooking and spending time with family and friends.

Jeffrey D. LaForest

FUNERAL ASSISTANT/AFTER CARE COORDINATOR
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  1. Jeffrey D. LaForest - Funeral Assistant/After Care Coordinator

Jeff has been part of the Cartmell-Davis family his entire life as cousin to owner, Kathy Cartmell Sirrico. Experienced as a funeral apprentice, he lends a hand, offers an ear to listen and guides survivors to celebrating a life in his work as After Care Coordinator. Jeff believes that “each family grieves differently; no family grieves the same”. When not at the funeral home, Jeff is a Flight Attendant and has been working for American Airlines for 30 years. Pairing his knowledge of both the funeral and airline industry, he compassionately cared for the crew members families that lost a loved one following the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. In addition, Jeff is a former Mortuary Officer of DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team) and was deployed to New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina where he assisted in recovery efforts. He is a cantor/soloist for St. Bonaventure Parish in Plymouth. Jeff is a proud Uncle to several nieces and nephews, loves spending time with family, friends and his husband John and their two dogs Sheba and Sandy.

Paul E. Santos

FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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  1. Paul Santos - Funeral Director

Paul has been a Plymouth native his entire life. He graduated from Plymouth-Carver Regional High School Class of 1971. He attended Massasoit Community College and received a degree in Business Administration. Paul had an interest in the Funeral Industry and decided to attend the New England Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. He received his funeral directing license in 1975. Paul apprenticed with a local funeral home from 1974-1976. His career took another turn where he became a Sergeant for the Massachusetts Department of Correction. Paul has been retired for the past few years and has rejoined the funeral industry here at Cartmell-Davis. He is a Communicant of St Joseph Church in Kingston as well as a Eucharist Minster. Paul served on the Plymouth Board of Health for eight years where he also served as Chairman for two of those years. Paul is active in the community and is a member of the American Legion Post 40 SAL Squadron, Past Vice President for the Unity Club and is also a member of the Seaside Club, the Hill Top Club, the Columbo Club, the Young America Club. Paul is also a 3rd Degree Knight with the Knights of Columbus Council #4480 in Kingston, MA.

Joseph L. Davis

FUNERAL DIRECTOR
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  1. Joseph Davis - Funeral Director                                                                                                                  Joe has been retired from the firm for the past four years after selling the family business in 2015. Joe worked alongside his Dad, Richard W. Davis for many years. Joe also served on the Norwell Fire Department for many years before retiring to Florida with his wife Jenny.

Seth Silveira

REGISTERED EMBALMER APPRENTICE
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  1. Seth Silveira, Registered Embalming Apprentice

Seth has been working with Cartmell-Davis since 2018 and is attending mortuary school. A strong sense of service to the elderly and disabled person, he has advocated for their independent living and safe homes prior to joining the funeral home. Seth is a graduate of UMass Dartmouth, Charlton School of Business. In his spare time, Seth enjoys golf, playing the guitar and volunteering as a youth baseball umpire.

Elaine Beauregard

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/SECRETARY
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  1. Elaine Beauregard - Administrative Assistant

Elaine joined Cartmell-Davis in 2016 after a career of caring for senior citizens and disabled persons. As Office Manager, she is the organizer, who takes pride in perfection and is always willing to help solve a need. In her free time, Elaine loves creating through her work in different mediums of art and projects. As an adventurer, she is always in search of good exploring

Sugar Morini

RECEPTIONIST/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
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  1. Sugar Morini - Receptionist, Administrative Assistant, Registered Embalming Apprentice

Sugar has been with the Cartmell-Davis family since 2017. She is grateful to have the opportunity to serve the families of her hometown. For the 20 years prior to joining Cartmell-Davis, she worked in local area Nursing Homes and Hospitals as a Nationally Certified Activity Director and Certified Dementia Care Practitioner striving to provide compassion, dignity and an enhanced quality of life to all that she served. Sugar is a proud graduate of Curry College and is currently enrolled in mortuary school with aspirations to become a licensed Funeral Director.

 

Sugar is a proud mother to 2 daughters and devotes all of her time to caring for her children and staying active within the school community. In her leisure time, Sugar enjoys spending time with her friends and family, being outdoors in nature and going on spur of the moment adventures.