Drew originates from a small community located in rural Southeastern Minnesota. He graduated from Worsham College of Mortuary Science in 2010. Following graduation, he served families in many capacities in the Greater Chicago land area. Drew had continued his meaningful path assisting families for 7 years before joining Coastal Cremations in 2019. He holds a Funeral Director and Embalmers License in both Florida and Minnesota. During his spare time, he enjoys frequenting local golf courses, attending sporting events, spending time with his family, and taking in the beautiful surroundings of the Bay area.
Sarah grew up on a dairy farm in Indiana and graduated from Borden High School in 2001. She graduated Mid America College of Funeral Service with her Associates Degree in 2003. She decided that funeral service was her calling after having the “life talk” with her dad one day as she worked for him as an activity assistant while still in high school. She feels this profession chose her as she feels fulfillment in easing the grieving and making the funeral arrangement process seamless. Sarah began her funeral career at Michels & Lundquist Funeral Home in 2004 as an intern. After she served her 1 year, Roger Michels & Andy Lundquist hired her on full time and she began serving the family's of the Pasco County area. She is active with and supportive of Veterans Affairs, sponsoring the Gold Star Family luncheons for the past 2 years. She is past secretary for Pasco Business Connections, and also served as Ambassador for the Trinity Odessa & West Pasco Chamber of Commerce. Now, Sarah has taken on a new role as Funeral Director in Charge of Coastal Cremations and Funeral Care in Lutz. Serving families in this community allows her to be closer to her home and family. Look for her out on the road and networking in the Land O' Lakes/Lutz and Wesley Chapel areas, delivering that contagious smile and helping nature.
Sarah is married to Stephen and they have 2 sons Chase & Christian. She is blessed to have her dad Fred and Mom Patty close by and has 2 brothers Josh & Steve, and a sister Andrea and 4 blended siblings, Matt, Brandi, Zac, & Abby. In her spare time Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband and sons, boating, traveling, and just being with her family.
Yvette E. Klausch
Yvette is a very proud third generation funeral director. She was raised in upstate New York at her grandfather’s funeral home which she considers one of her life’s blessings. She is married to her husband, Jim, who is also a funeral director. She has 2 beautiful daughters, 2 stepsons and grandchildren.
Yvette is an active member of St. James the Apostle Catholic Church where she serves as an Extraordinary Minister of the Holy Eucharist as well as a Lector. In her spare time, she enjoys bowling in Zephyrhills as well as in Spring Hill and spending time with her daughter and grand dogs.
Being a funeral director has been Yvette’s passion her entire life.
Cheryl Gooldin moved to Zephyrhills FL in 1977 from Ohio. As a young child, she told her parents she wanted to be an undertaker. Cheryl graduated from Zephyrhills High School before attend Miami-Dade Community College where she graduated with an A.S. in Mortuary Science. Cheryl has dedicated her career to serving families. Working as a licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer for almost 30 years, Cheryl has assisted thousands of families to honor their loved ones. She co-founded Coastal Cremations and Funeral Care with her husband John in 2009. Cheryl is the manager at Coastal Cremations and Funeral Care in New Port Richey. The Gooldin’s live in New Port Richey with 3 cats; Squirt, Coco and Casper. They attend Joining Hands Community Mission Church UMC. Cheryl loves the Tampa Bay Rays, Cincinnati Bengals, Tampa Bay Bucs, and recently built a three foot model (from scratch) of the Buccaneers Pirate ship for a friend.
Mike was born in Elizabethton, Tennessee and moved to Florida in 1956. After completing high school in Clermont, Florida, Mike graduated from Kentucky School of Mortuary Science. Mike has been licensed as a funeral director and embalmer in Florida for over 50 years. He has served as President of Zephyrhills Kiwanis Club and on the Board of Directors. He has also served the community as Exalted Ruler of The Zephyrhills BPOE and Board of Directors and many other positions. Presently, Mike is also on The Board of Directors of The Florida Elks Youth Camp.
Mike was married to his beautiful wife Carolyn for 50 years and has 2 wonderful children, Clay and Ashley. He enjoys golfing and traveling in his spare time.
Persel J. Woods
Persel J. Woods, a native of Ocala, Florida, is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. A student athlete and graduate of North Marion High School, Mr. Woods dedicated his life to serving others in the United States Navy for twenty years. After retiring, He received his degree in Mortuary Science from Tidewater Community College. Mr. Woods joined the Altmeyer Family in 2010 where he serves families with dignity and personal understanding. His dedication and diligence to those families continues to enhance the professional excellence that families have come to expect.
Advanced Planning Director
Patricia is the Sales Manager as well as a licensed Pre-Need Counselor at Coastal Cremations and Funeral Care since 2019. She was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, moving to Hudson Florida with her husband in 2002. In 2016 she decided to change her career path and become a licensed Pre-Arrangement Counselor in funeral services and has never looked back.
In Patricia's spare time, she enjoys cooking, boating, cruising and shelling. Be sure to share your favorite recipe when you meet with her. She loves to collect client favorites.
Having been raised in Belleair since the age of three, Sandy is a semi-native to the Tampa Bay area.
She has spent over ten years helping families protect their loved ones from the inevitable at time of passing by pre-arranging their cremations.
She loves to spend her spare time with her grandchildren, socializing with family and friends and traveling.
Soon after earning my degree at St. Petersburg College, I moved to Seattle Washington where I began my career in the Funeral industry. Working for the largest Funeral Home, Cemetery and Crematory in Washington State, I was trained with industry leaders to learn all aspects of pre-planning and end of life decisions.
I moved back to my hometown of St. Petersburg to care for my aging mother and have lived in the tri-county area ever since. With me, I brought the skills I learned to help others deal with their Cremation and Burial pre-arrangement plans.
While some things have changed over the years, my guiding principle and motto remains in tack: be honest, caring, considerate and show respect to all. It has served me well in life and especially in this business.
My wife and I live in Trinity, FL with our daughter who will be out of school soon and off into the real world. We also have two sons who have graduated college and are indeed in the real world. . . home during holidays and when money is in short supply.