Our Staff

Our dedicated and supportive staff are here to guide you through this difficult journey. We take pride in doing our absolute best to ensure your needs are met.

Matthew Disbrow
General Manager/ Funeral Director FD 3395 / Embalmer EMB 9328

Matthew is the General Manager for Santa Rosa Mortuary, Eggen & Lance Chapel, and Fred Young Funeral Home. He is also a licensed Funeral Director, Embalmer and Crematory Manager. Born in Santa Rosa, raised in Rohnert Park, and now currently resides in Windsor. Matthew is proud to service the community that he has been brought up in. He started studying for his career directly after high school by taking most of the science and anatomy classes at the Santa Rosa Junior College and then transferred to American River college where he started the Funeral Service Education program, also known as, “Mortuary College.”  Matthew has always had a passion for the industry and recalls always wanting to have a career in funeral services. This will be his seventh year being involved with the funeral industry. “Being there for my community at the time of need is a rewarding feeling.”

 Matthew is known to spend some summer days out at Sears Point (Sonoma Raceway) taking his kart out. “It allows my mind to let go, driving is the best way for me to relax.”

He is happy to be a part of the Eggen & Lance, Fred Young family, and looking forward to many years serving the community that he was brought up in. 

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Troy Warren
Funeral Director FDR 2969/ Embalmer EMB 9074

Fred Young Funeral Home Funeral Director Troy Warren’s interests in  anatomy/physiology combines well with his desire to serve others.

Shortly after completing his studies at San Francisco College of Mortuary Science he found himself at home with the Santa Rosa Mortuary family.

“It’s true that some funeral homes are run by large companies or corporations that really don’t have families’ interest at heart and care more about company profits. We, at the Santa Rosa Mortuary family (Fred Young Funeral Home, Santa Rosa Mortuary, Eggen & Lance Chapel), are a small company that focuses on meeting the needs of each family that  comes to us, and I think we do it even better than most “family owned” businesses.”

His off work pleasures include hiking, playing the guitar, and puttering around the house. 

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Nou Andee
Arrangement Counselor

One of the most fascinating aspects of this service industry for Nou Andee is that requests vary depending upon beliefs and custom. She is motivated to help families at their time of need. Honoring the life of a loved one is her priority.

Outside of work, she enjoys being with close family and friends. She also finds time to be outdoors and to try new things.

“Life is always a mystery and I am surprised by every single day I come across.”

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Kathy Eastman- Funeral Arranger 

Kathy was raised in Chile, so she not only is bilingual but bicultural. Her mother lived in a funeral home for over 14 years, and after she passed away Kathy decided she was interested in learning more about the industry, and in 2000 she began working as a Funeral Arranger. She can’t imagine being anywhere else. She found her passion in helping families in their time of need. Kathy is a Law Enforcement Chaplain and very involved with her church community. She enjoys reading, biking, knitting, and spending time with her grandchildren, family and friends in her mobile home community where she is president of the social club. Kathy is thrilled to be a member of the Eggen & Lance family.

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Christine Ortiz - Administrative Assistant

Christine is our wonderful Administrative assistant who has been with Santa Rosa Mortuary, Eggen & Lance Chapel, And Fred Young Funeral Home for almost four years now. She loves working with the local hospitals and health department to file the proper documents that are required for the funeral homes. Christine has learned a lot about the medical fields due to her position here at Eggen & Lance and Fred Young Funeral Home. She has a three-year-old son who means the world to her and strives to be a great mother. When Christine is not at the funeral home she likes to spend her time with her son outdoors, baking and reading.