James L. Stork
Jim Stork began his career in 1955 when he apprenticed at a small, rural Funeral Home in Canton, GA. This apprenticeship led to at first a part-time job and then to a full-time career in the Funeral Industry that has lasted over 55 years. During this time Jim functioned in the role of Mortician, Embalmer, Funeral Director and Chief Deputy Coroner in Arapahoe County, CO. Throughout his career he was always involved with small, family-owned mortuaries. "My goal always was to be there for the family who had lost their loved one. To provide them with honesty, compassion, caring and a value during their time of grief was always of upmost importance to me. These core values can only be realized at small family-owned mortuaries. I was able to form personal relationships with these families and they felt they could return in their future times of need knowing that they would experience the same values"
"I was proud and honored when my son, James L. Stork, II (Jim) chose to follow in my footsteps while maintaining the same core values and beliefs that I strongly believed in. He understands the importance of the small family-owned mortuary and is actively practicing these values and beliefs at Stork Family Mortuary."
IN LOVING MEMORY
1934 - 2013