History & Staff
We have years of experience caring for families, from all walks of life. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession, dedicated to excellence in service, and have the highest integrity.
Moss Feaster Funeral Homes are some of Florida’s most respected funeral
organizations in the industry. Our history originates back to 1932, when
Jack A. and Ann D. Moss on North Ft. Harrison Avenue in Clearwater,
Florida, founded Moss Funeral Home. It was the beginning of an
organization that would eventually merge with Feaster Funeral Homes to
serve tens of thousands of families.
The Feaster name first appeared on a funeral home three decades after the Moss enterprise began, as George E. Feaster opened Feaster Memorial Homes in Largo, Florida, with the help of his brother Thomas D. Feaster. The two establishments merged in 1985 to become Moss Feaster Funeral Homes and Cremation Services.
Today, Moss Feaster Funeral Homes is proud to serve the residents of Clearwater, Dunedin, Largo and Palm Harbor with the best funeral and cremation services.
Our Valued Staff
Richard Chesler, Area Operations Director
Jonathan "Rob" Barrows, Sales Manager
Susan Kelly, Dunedin Manager & Funeral Director
Betsy Seifert, Office Manager
Jill Wells, Office Manager
Robert Rotter, Care Center Manager
Paul MacLaren, Chapel Location Manager
Joseph Gambino, Funeral Director
Brittany Hill, Funeral Director
Alexandria Johnson, Funeral Director/Embalmer Intern
Peter Mackerowski, Embalmer
Alexander Brown, Embalmer
Steven Burgio, Embalmer
Karen Rennacker, Family Service Supervisor
Karen is a native of Oakland, California and is a third generation Californian. In 1989 she moved to Florida with her husband to take an ownership position in an electronic company. A year later they sold their interests and opened their own business. “Service” was her watch word and serving customers was first and foremost. Since 1972, Karen has been an active member of ESA (Epsilon Sigma Alpha) International. She is proud to be part of an organization that is Philanthropic and Educational to our society. She has also supported Florida School for the Deaf and Blind as well as other charities. In addition to her charity work, Karen also is a recipient of the Sertoma Award (Service to Mankind) both in Clearwater and the Regional level. In her spare time, she loves to travel, cook and enjoy arts and music. Karen has been a Family Service Counselor for the past 15 years. She truly is passionate in her service to others and enjoys helping provide solutions for families in their greatest time of need.