Terrence H. RobertsonOwner/Funeral Director
Terrence H. Robertson began his funeral career in 1992 as an apprentice of Funeral Service. In 1994, he graduated from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service in Decatur, GA where he achieved National Board Certification. Shortly thereafter, he became a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer in South Carolina. In 1995, he completed his undergraduate studies from the University of South Carolina and received a Bachelor of Science Degree with major emphasis in Business Administration and minor in Psychology.
In 1999, he began his funeral service career in Charlotte and attained his Funeral Service License in the state of North Carolina. Shortly thereafter, he was hired by Harry and Bryant Company as a Funeral Director. In the years that followed, he directed hundreds of funerals and developed an in-depth knowledge of local customs in the Charlotte area. As a continuation to address customer needs as well as the growing trend of discontent with commercialism in the funeral industry, in 2007 Terry founded Robertson Funeral & Cremation Service.
Gary D. WilkingFuneral Director/Administrator
Kimberly LawyerFuneral Director
Stephanie PardeeOffice Manager
Grady ThomasFuneral Attendant
Al NisbetFuneral Attendant/Courier
Al is a Vietnam era veteran and has served as an EMT for the Charlotte Mecklenburg System. He is also a Deacon and Senior Usher at Forest Hill CHurch where he has served for over twelve years. He has been with Robertson Funeral Service since 2011 and exhibits a caring and compassionate manner with everyone that he serves.
Jon HallFuneral Consultant
As a pastor in the Charlotte and Gastonia areas for many years, Jon has assisted individuals and families during stressful and difficult times. He has planned and officiated many funerals, from the simplest memorials to large and complex services. He brings that experience, compassion, fairness, and professionalism to his role as a Funeral Consultant. Whether you are pre-planning or in immediate need of our services, Jon is here to help.