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.

Our History

"Words cannot express the overwhelming feeling we have when we talk about our journey towards ownership. It's easy to focus on the ups and down we've experienced but what we know for sure is nothing worth having is easily gained".
                                                                                                                                             - Christie K. Moore

Mansfield Funeral Home was born out of hard work and determination from the original founders, Daryle and Melissa Perez. In 2016, after prayer and determination, the leadership of Mansfield Funeral Home shifted to Christie K. Moore and Shelia R. Hollaway but the love, dedication and care for families remain.

Christie and Shelia  started on a new path August 11, 2016 as the new owners of Mansfield Funeral Home. Since their first day, they've served families not only at the funeral home but in their homes and other locations that made their families feel comfortable.

Christie and Shelia take pride in how their families are treated not only at the time of loss. When you call Mansfield Funeral Home for help, their staff takes you by the hand and walk you down the path of education and understanding of the funeral service industry.


Our Valued Staff

  • Shelia Renee Hollaway

    Shelia Renee Hollaway, COO/Lead Embalmer

    Shelia R. Hollaway is a former student at the Dallas Institute Of Funeral Service. She graduated in 2012 with a Associate of Applied Science Degree in Funeral Service. Shelia completed her apprenticeship program under the leadership of Allen G. Madison, owner of Evergreen Memorial Funeral Home, Dallas TX. She went on to become a hired license embalmer for three years.

    Shelia R. Hollaway is a native of Little Rock, AR. She began her journey here in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area in 1987 as a entrepreneur and license cosmetologist. Shelia has been an owner of three beauty salons since 1989.

    Shelia R.Hollaway’s passion for the funeral industry began in 2008 when the loss of her father allowed her the privilege to go behind the screens to care for a deceased person for the first time. One year later Shelia’s son, LaMar D. Davis, committed suicide and she found herself on the grief side of the funeral industry struggling to find good customer service. Dallas Institute of Funeral Service taught Shelia how to share the technical side of grief. Life experiences have allowed Shelia to help others who are grieving the loss of a love one through warmth, care and compassion.

    Shelia currently serves as the COO of Mansfield Funeral Home, a licensed funeral director and head embalmer. She is dedicated to making sure all families that come through Mansfield Funeral Home’s doors leave with a sense of peace. Shelia also has a crematory operator certificate and serves the community as a licensed pre-need counselor.