Kelvin Chamberlain has known his calling since the age of 10 years. He brings an enthusiasm for service to Chamberland as the Funeral-Director-in-Charge. His years in the profession immediately prior to establishing Chamberland included several years as Executive Director of Laurel Land Funeral Home and Memorial Park in Dallas, Texas, David Clayton Funeral Home and Little Bethel Memorial Park in Duncanville, Texas, and Singing Hills Funeral Home in Dallas, Texas. He also oversaw the operation of a vault plant and flower shop. In January of 2014, Kelvin became the owner of Chamberland. He is a longtime resident of the Woodbridge community in Sachse, Texas. Kelvin serves as President of the Advisory Committee of Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and Immediate Past President of Dallas County Funeral Directors Association. In his spare time, Kelvin enjoys spending quality time with his wife and their two daughters.
JeMese Chamberlain has known her yearning to serve families since the age of eight-years-old. A graduate of Dallas Institute of Funeral Service, she is also a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma where she focused on Interpersonal Communication and Business Administration. A member of Mortar Board and Gamma Phi Beta National Honor Societies, she also served as president of her undergraduate Greek-lettered sorority chapter. JeMese remains a member of the UCO Alumni Association. After working in corporate funeral service management along with her husband for what was the second largest death care corporation on the NASDAQ, she shifted her concentration to discovering a balance between family and career through establishing Chamberland. JeMese supports her husband, daughters, and business in education, civic, and social commitments, all while guiding families through their journeys of grief and signing Chamberland on each experience.