Family Services Director
Robynne has been serving families as a funeral director and embalmer since December 2016. She graduated from The University of North Alabama in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts.
After years in broadcast, she decided to change her career and obtain an associate degree in mortuary science from Jefferson State Community College. Robynne has worked as a funeral director/ embalmer in Birmingham, Alabama, and believes firmly in serving families with utmost professionalism and compassion.
If she is not at the funeral home, you will likely find Robynne enjoying time with her family, at the beach, or spending time with her fur babies, Jewel and Lola.
Lisa Schroeder is a Gulf Breeze native and has worked as the Cemetery Administrator at Rose Lawn Cemetery since 2008. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the beach and spending time with her family.
Emily Lyon is a part-time Administrative Assistant at Rose Lawn Funeral Home and Cemetery, as well as a full-time student at the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service on her journey into the Celebration-of-Life industry.
She is also a 5 year veteran of the United States Navy, following in the footsteps of many generations before her. A Navy brat that is Washington-born and California-raised with Louisiana-manners; she loves cold weather, but loves gumbo too. She also loves animals and has worked with them as both caretaker and advocate.
Emily joined the Legacy Funeral team toward the end of 2019, and is honored to be part of such a wonderful and supportive funeral family!
Dan is a retired United Methodist pastor. He married his wife Cindy in 1971. They have three grown children, a daughter and two sons as well as 10 grandchildren. Dan and Cindy came to the Gulf Coast almost three years ago from the Northern Illinois area.
Dan was a banker for 17 years in two different banks in Illinois. Then, after graduating with a Master of Divinity degree, he was a pastor for 25 years before retiring. Cindy spent many years as a teacher; first an at-risk pre-school teacher and then a kindergarten teacher prior to her retirement
Having worked part-time in a funeral home in the north, Dan sought a position a few months after arriving.