Vernon R. Clifton is a funeral service licensee graduating from Cincinnati College of Embalming in 1966. He is a member of First Baptist Church and a member of the Adult Choir. He is a member of the Clinton Lions Club having served as President. Vernon is married to Mrs. Josephine S. Clifton. Vernon has two sons, Ray & Tim & five grandchildren, Drake, Laken, twins Walker & Wilson and Hayes.
Nicholas R. West of Keener, is a graduate of Clinton High School and is currently completing his degree as a Funeral Service Licensee at Fayetteville Technical Community College. He is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Nick is active in the community and is an Eagle Scout. He is the son of Lee and Kay West and has six siblings. He considers it an honor to be able to serve the people of Sampson County at Royal-Hall Funeral Home.
Denise "Crickett" Brewer joined the Royal-Hall Family in 2015. She is originally from Godwin and a graduate from Pine Forest High School. She has lived in Sampson County since 1991 and is blessed with two sons, Logan and Luke. Her past clerical and administrative experience, as well as her love for helping others, makes her a perfect addition here. She takes pride in being there for the families, helping make their loved one's "last celebration of life" as unique and special as possible - and she does so with the utmost compassion.
John Naylor is married to Joanna Mintz Naylor and he has two daughters & three grandchildren. He is a member of Immanuel Baptist Church & teacher of the Mens Bible Class and a Deacon. He is a Professional Engineer (Inactive), & a retired Resident Engineer with the N. C. Division of Highways.
Richard Bass is a native of Sampson County and married to Jenice Tew Bass. He has two sons, Ricky and Thomas and two grandsons, Conner & Cory. He is a retired Division Supervisor with the Department of Transportation after 42 years of service.
Bobby T. Warren
Bobby T. Warren is a native of Sampson County and married to Faye B. Warren. Bobby has two daughters, Cindy and Kelly, and five grandchildren. He is a member of First Baptist Church where he has served on the board of Deacons and also a member of the adult choirs. He is a retired Network Administrator with The Lundy Packing Co. after 34 years of service, also he is a retired Assistant Chief with The Clinton Fire Department after 32 years of service.
Jerry Hatch is a native of Sampson County and married to Jean Blinson Hatch. He has two daughters, Camille and Casey & nine grandchildren. He is a member of the Clinton Lions Club & a member of First Baptist Church having served on the Board of Deacons. He is a member of The Gideon's International & a licensed insurance agent with Investors Heritage Life Ins., Co.