Company: The Angelus Funeral Home
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Barbara Jane McNeil-Thompson, RN is a prominent funeral director who provides quality service through The Angelus Funeral Home, located in Los Angeles, California. With expertise in funeral home management, Ms. McNeil-Thompson serves the community she loves by providing the highest standard of professional services during a time of need. In her directorial role, Ms. McNeil-Thompson is responsible for presiding over funeral services and offering counseling and practical advice to grieving families, as she is committed to core values of compassion and respect, and helping people cope with the loss of a loved one through supportive aftercare services.
In addition to her role with the funeral home, Ms. McNeil-Thompson serves as a registered nurse, as she gets a lot out of helping people and making them well so they can return to a functional productive life. She was recently asked to direct a funeral for a friend’s mother who found it difficult to overcome her loss, and under Ms. McNeil-Thompson’s guidance and direction, she was became comfortable enough to get through her difficult time. Throughout an illustrious career, Ms. McNeil-Thompson has come to discover that sheer compassion, validation of her professional accomplishments and a clear understanding of her sense of satisfaction have all played major roles in her strong ability to help people through their toughest times.
Ms. McNeil-Thompson has garnered a reputation of distinction for her challenging nature and growing desire to broaden her skills. She has received a number of awards and accolades over the course of her career, and she continues to strive for excellence. These honors have included the Certificate of Commendation for Outstanding Contribution in the Mental Health Profession and Commitment to the Community, as granted by Councilman Nate Holden of the 10th District and the City of Los Angeles. She was also given an Outstanding Leader in the Community Award by a local organization, a Certificate of Appreciation for Performances Above and Beyond the Call of Duty during the Los Angeles Riots, and a Certificate of Recognition for Service to the City of Los Angeles by the Council District 10 and the Councilman’s Park & Green Space Commission. Her morals, character and behavior are based on the following quotation, penned by John Wesley, author of “Rules of Conduct:” “Do all the good you can, in all the ways you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.”
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