Staff

Our dedicated staff are here to provide support, compassion, and information to help you through your journey of grief and the celebration of your loved one’s life.

With our daily email messages of comfort and hope, you will feel the support of knowing we are here to walk with you through this inevitable journey of grief. Each email will include advice, stories and other thoughts to help you address the challenges that come when you experience the loss of a loved one.

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Richard M. Duncan Funeral Director

Rick is a graduate of Central Aroostook High School, University of Maine at Orono and New England Institute of Applied Arts & Sciences in Boston MA.

 

Rick first became President of Duncan-Graves Funeral Home in 1982.  He later acquired Duncan Funeral Home in Mars Hill in 1992 and later the Dorsey Funeral Home in 1999.  He sold Dorsey Funeral Home and Duncan Graves Funeral Homes in 2012, but still owns and operates Northern Maine Crematorium which was established in 1998.

 

Rick is a past President and Member of the Board of directors of; Bethany Baptist Church, Presque Isle Wesleyan Church,  the Presque Isle Kiwanis Club, The Battered Women’s Organization, The Presque Isle Chamber of Commerce, the United Way, The Northern Maine Funeral Directors Association, the Maine Funeral Directors Association, Neighbors First International, Presque Isle Rotary Club, the Presque Isle Industrial Council, the Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Foundation and the University of Maine at Presque Isle Board of Visitors.

 

He is currently a member of Presque Isle Rotary Club, Chairman of the Aroostook Hospice Foundation, Northern Light Home Hospice Board of Directors, Member and Vice Chairman of A. R. Gould Northern Light Hospital Board of Directors.

 

He has been married to Nancy Whited since 1974, and they reside in Presque Isle.

 

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Steve Lunn Funeral Director

Steve Lunn grew up in Mars Hill and graduated from Central Aroostook High School in 1996.  He received his Associate Degree in Mortuary Science from Lynn University in Boca Raton Florida in 1998, and then went to work for Duncan-Graves Funeral Home.  In addition to working for Duncan Graves Funeral Home, Steve has worked for Brookings Smith Funeral Home in Bangor, and is the managing funeral director for Dunn Funeral Home in Houlton.  Steve currently lives in Presque Isle with his wife Anne, who is a first grade teacher in Mars Hill, and their daughters Grace and Caroline.  Steve and his family attend New Song Church in Easton.

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Douglas Hunter, CFSP Funeral Director dhunter@lancastermorgan.com

A native of Caribou, Doug first began in the funeral industry in 2006, after working in Freetown, Sierra Leone for two years with Mercy Ships. Doug has a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Gordon College, and also graduated with honors from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. He purchased Lancaster Morgan Funeral Home in June of 2007, and the Duncan Graves Funeral Homes in June of 2012. Doug served for many years as an Assistant Treasurer of the P.I. Wesleyan Church, a Past President of the Caribou Rotary Club, Past Board Member of the Maine Funeral Director's Association, The Caribou Children’s Museum, City of Caribou Planning Board, P.I. Wesleyan Church Board, Missions Board, and Past Treasurer of the Aroostook House of Comfort. He is currently a Board Member of AMAC, a member of the Maine Mortuary Disaster Response Team and was also honored as the City of Caribou’s 2012 Citizen of the year. Doug is a Maine licensed funeral director, and is additionally credentialed by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice as a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP). He also serves as an adjunct faculty member of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, and has spoken at International Conferences on Funeral Service topics. Under Doug's ownership, Lancaster Morgan and Duncan Graves are Maine's only funeral homes to be honored by the National Funeral Director Association's highest honor, The Pursuit of Excellence Award, three times.  He is married to Tammy (Case) Hunter, has twin sons, David and Caleb Hunter, and a daughter Jessica Kordenbrock.

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Tammy Hunter Funeral Attendant

Tammy is the wife of Doug Hunter, and has been working at the Funeral Homes since 2017.  She works in the office, assists at funerals, and coordinates receptions at the funeral homes.  When she isn't working, Tammy loves cooking, and spending time with their dog Odo at the lake.  She and Doug both reside in Presque Isle.

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Carl Doughty Funeral Attendant

Carl has worked for Duncan Graves Funeral Home since 2013 as a licensed funeral attendant.  He spent 19 years working as a banker and 16 years as a Deputy Sheriff.  He resides in Presque Isle and enjoys music as a hobby.  Carl recently retired from TAMC as a security officer.

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Richard Lombard Funeral Attendant

Richard is a graduate of the University of Maine at Orono, and retired from the State of Maine Workers Compensation Board in 2013. He started helping out at the funeral home in 2014. Most recently, Richard, an avid bass fisherman, served for several years as Treasurer of the Presque Isle Fish and Game Club. Richard and his wife, Lynn, enjoy visits with their family, especially grandchildren, riding their side-by-side, day bass fishing trips, and traveling the state. Richard also hosts weekly garage barbecues with friends. Richard and Lynn reside in Caribou.

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Cecil Walton Funeral Attendant

Cecil has been working for Lancaster Morgan Funeral Home since 2006. He is a licensed Funeral Attendant, and is also a local printer. When not working at the funeral home, Cecil may be found restoring classic cars to pristine condition. He and his wife, Lois, reside in Caribou.

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John Weeks Funeral Attendant

John has been working for Lancaster Morgan Funeral Home for seven years. Although retired from self-employment, John is very busy as a licensed Funeral Attendant, and enjoys many projects at his camp at Madawaska Lake. John and his wife RuthAnn reside in Caribou.

Richard M. Duncan

Funeral Director
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Rick is a graduate of Central Aroostook High School, University of Maine at Orono and New England Institute of Applied Arts & Sciences in Boston MA.

 

Rick first became President of Duncan-Graves Funeral Home in 1982.  He later acquired Duncan Funeral Home in Mars Hill in 1992 and later the Dorsey Funeral Home in 1999.  He sold Dorsey Funeral Home and Duncan Graves Funeral Homes in 2012, but still owns and operates Northern Maine Crematorium which was established in 1998.

 

Rick is a past President and Member of the Board of directors of; Bethany Baptist Church, Presque Isle Wesleyan Church,  the Presque Isle Kiwanis Club, The Battered Women’s Organization, The Presque Isle Chamber of Commerce, the United Way, The Northern Maine Funeral Directors Association, the Maine Funeral Directors Association, Neighbors First International, Presque Isle Rotary Club, the Presque Isle Industrial Council, the Mark & Emily Turner Memorial Foundation and the University of Maine at Presque Isle Board of Visitors.

 

He is currently a member of Presque Isle Rotary Club, Chairman of the Aroostook Hospice Foundation, Northern Light Home Hospice Board of Directors, Member and Vice Chairman of A. R. Gould Northern Light Hospital Board of Directors.

 

He has been married to Nancy Whited since 1974, and they reside in Presque Isle.

 

Steve Lunn

Funeral Director
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Steve Lunn grew up in Mars Hill and graduated from Central Aroostook High School in 1996.  He received his Associate Degree in Mortuary Science from Lynn University in Boca Raton Florida in 1998, and then went to work for Duncan-Graves Funeral Home.  In addition to working for Duncan Graves Funeral Home, Steve has worked for Brookings Smith Funeral Home in Bangor, and is the managing funeral director for Dunn Funeral Home in Houlton.  Steve currently lives in Presque Isle with his wife Anne, who is a first grade teacher in Mars Hill, and their daughters Grace and Caroline.  Steve and his family attend New Song Church in Easton.

Douglas Hunter, CFSP

Funeral Director
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A native of Caribou, Doug first began in the funeral industry in 2006, after working in Freetown, Sierra Leone for two years with Mercy Ships. Doug has a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Gordon College, and also graduated with honors from the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. He purchased Lancaster Morgan Funeral Home in June of 2007, and the Duncan Graves Funeral Homes in June of 2012. Doug served for many years as an Assistant Treasurer of the P.I. Wesleyan Church, a Past President of the Caribou Rotary Club, Past Board Member of the Maine Funeral Director's Association, The Caribou Children’s Museum, City of Caribou Planning Board, P.I. Wesleyan Church Board, Missions Board, and Past Treasurer of the Aroostook House of Comfort. He is currently a Board Member of AMAC, a member of the Maine Mortuary Disaster Response Team and was also honored as the City of Caribou’s 2012 Citizen of the year. Doug is a Maine licensed funeral director, and is additionally credentialed by the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice as a Certified Funeral Service Practitioner (CFSP). He also serves as an adjunct faculty member of the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science, and has spoken at International Conferences on Funeral Service topics. Under Doug's ownership, Lancaster Morgan and Duncan Graves are Maine's only funeral homes to be honored by the National Funeral Director Association's highest honor, The Pursuit of Excellence Award, three times.  He is married to Tammy (Case) Hunter, has twin sons, David and Caleb Hunter, and a daughter Jessica Kordenbrock.

Tammy Hunter

Funeral Attendant
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Tammy is the wife of Doug Hunter, and has been working at the Funeral Homes since 2017.  She works in the office, assists at funerals, and coordinates receptions at the funeral homes.  When she isn't working, Tammy loves cooking, and spending time with their dog Odo at the lake.  She and Doug both reside in Presque Isle.

Carl Doughty

Funeral Attendant
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Carl has worked for Duncan Graves Funeral Home since 2013 as a licensed funeral attendant.  He spent 19 years working as a banker and 16 years as a Deputy Sheriff.  He resides in Presque Isle and enjoys music as a hobby.  Carl recently retired from TAMC as a security officer.

Richard Lombard

Funeral Attendant
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Richard is a graduate of the University of Maine at Orono, and retired from the State of Maine Workers Compensation Board in 2013. He started helping out at the funeral home in 2014. Most recently, Richard, an avid bass fisherman, served for several years as Treasurer of the Presque Isle Fish and Game Club. Richard and his wife, Lynn, enjoy visits with their family, especially grandchildren, riding their side-by-side, day bass fishing trips, and traveling the state. Richard also hosts weekly garage barbecues with friends. Richard and Lynn reside in Caribou.

Cecil Walton

Funeral Attendant
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Cecil has been working for Lancaster Morgan Funeral Home since 2006. He is a licensed Funeral Attendant, and is also a local printer. When not working at the funeral home, Cecil may be found restoring classic cars to pristine condition. He and his wife, Lois, reside in Caribou.

John Weeks

Funeral Attendant
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John has been working for Lancaster Morgan Funeral Home for seven years. Although retired from self-employment, John is very busy as a licensed Funeral Attendant, and enjoys many projects at his camp at Madawaska Lake. John and his wife RuthAnn reside in Caribou.