Todd Garrett Manager/Funeral Director/Embalmer
Todd, a licensed funeral director and embalmer in both Virginia and Tennessee, is the manager of Garrett Funeral Home. Todd is a native of Damascus, Virginia, and attended Holston High School where he was the captain and quarterback of the football team. He attended the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, Cincinnati, Ohio, where he graduated sixth in his class "Cum Laude" in 1992 with an Associate Degree in Mortuary Science. Todd is a member of the Virginia Institute of Funeral Professionals, former president of the Southwest Virginia Funeral Directors Association, and member of the Damascus Citizens Club. Todd is a member of the First Baptist Church and has a son, Nicholas Peyton Garrett, and a daughter, Madison Nicolle Garrett.
Scott Greene Family Services Counselor
Scott is a native of Johnson City and graduated from Daniel Boone High School. He is a licensed life insurance agent, with several years of experience. He is an ordained minister, having worked extensively in youth ministries and served as Youth Pastor at several local churches. Scott and his wife Patti live in Bluff City. They have one son, Scott (and daughter-in-law Maryl) and one granddaughter, Amber. They attend Chinquapin Grove Baptist Church. Scott joined our staff in 2018 as a pre-need counselor and has also worked in cemetery and monument sales. His duties with us have recently expanded to include assisting our families full-time in aftercare consulting and pre-arrangement planning.
Connie S. Kirk Administrative Assistant
Connie is a native of Washington County, Virginia and attended school at Holston High School. She has one son, Eric. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her canine companion Ziggie.
Brenda E. Snodgrass Funeral Attendant
Brenda is a native of Damascus, VA and now lives in Glade Spring, VA on the family farm. She is married to Bert Snodgrass. She has two sons, Travis and Brent Dyson, and two grandchildren, Brady and Emery. She also has three step-daughters and ten step-grandchildren.
She was employed at Columbus McKinnon Corporation in Damascus for 22 years. After that, she and her husband owned and operated their own business in Damascus for 17 years. She left her job at Ballad Health in 2019 after 8 years.
In her spare time, Brenda enjoys reading, gardening, and spending time with her grandchildren.