Our staff's commitment to you

Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.

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Adam R. Walker Licensed Funeral Director / Owner Adam@ConroyTullyWalker.com

Adam R. Walker, a Portland resident and Funeral Director, joined Conroy-Tully on October 1, 2014. Adam came to us with nearly 15 years of Funeral Service experience. 

 

 Adam came to us with a genuine desire to serve each family with the highest consistent level of service excellence that Conroy-Tully Walker Funeral Homes are known for. A naturally empathetic and understanding individual, Adam is dedicated to providing compassionate care to families during what may be the worst time of their life. He believes that listening to each individual family is the best way to help them create a meaningful and personalized tribute to their loved one.

 

 Adam recognizes the importance of active and positive community involvement. As such, he is an active member of the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce and he sits on the Board of Directors for Hospice of Southern Maine and is a former board member of The Center for Grieving Children. In addition, he and his staff proudly support several community events, programs and organizations.

 

In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, especially his wife, Caitlin, and their beloved dog, Newbie.

 

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Caitlin M. Walker Community Outreach & Aftercare Coordinator Cait@ConroyTullyWalker.com

Caitlin (MacDonald) Walker entered Funeral Service in 2015 after spending the past several years as a Special Education teacher with a focus in Behavioral Disabilities. For Cait, the transition from teaching to Funeral Service has been easy.  She’s been able to apply the strengths that she has as a teacher into helping families and creating personalized services through special touches and details. Making sure that each service is personalized and meaningful to the family is of the utmost importance. It is a true honor for Cait to not only help families during the services, but also well after the services have ended.

In addition to her role as an aftercare coordinator, Cait oversees all planning of our community events. She is responsible for the coordination of our Annual Outdoor Memorial Day Mass, Candlelight Service of Remembrance, First Responder Appreciation Cookout, and several other community outreach programs.

 

In her spare time, Cait enjoys being with her husband, Adam, and their dog, Newbie, as well as spending time with family and friends.

 

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Danny R. Hatt Licensed Funeral Director

Danny has been proudly serving the families of Greater Portland and the Mid Coast regions for nearly 20 years. Having grown up in Downeast Maine, it wasn't until moving to Portland that he decided to pursue a career in Funeral Service. Danny graduated from the New England Institute at Mount Ida College with high honors and has been serving families with compassion and proficiency ever since. "I find it an honor and and a privilege to assist and guide families during what can most possibly be the most difficult time in their lives."

Dan always does his best to make sure that every family is treated with respect and understanding. 

Having lived in Portland for the last 21 years, Danny has been active in many groups. He was the former executive director for MGMC, past board member of the RBPA and serves as the Christmas designer at the Victoria Mansions, a volunteer position he has held for 12 years. In addition, he proudly supports many local organizations and community events.

In his spare time, Dan enjoys gardening, remodeling and renovating old homes, spending time at his family cottage downeast and entertaining family and friends. He especially enjoys the time he spends with his partner, Don Chouinard, and their daughter, Marcedas K. Hatt.

 

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Alissa M. Dodds Licensed Funeral Director

Alissa joined our professional staff in July of 2015.

She graduated from Mount Ida College having attainined her degree in Funeral Home Management. She completed her internship at Lucas and Eaton Funeral Home in York and was accredited by the International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards after passing her national board exams. Alissa is fully licensed by the State of Maine as a Funeral Service Practitioner.

Alissa is a great asset to our firm and loves serving families in their time of need. She is also very proficient in the preparation arts.

A native of Rye, New Hampsire, she currently resides in Portland. In her spare time she enjoys running, reading and spending time with family and friends.

 

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Julie Hansen Office Manager

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Michael Savage Funeral Attendant

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Judy Johnson Facilities Supervisor

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Jim Conley Funeral Attendant

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Janice Parvin Funeral Attendant / Hairdresser

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Timothy A. Piekart Funeral Attendant

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Richard Vessey Funeral Attendant

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Newbie Funeral Home Comfort Dog

Newbie, our Funeral Home dog, can be found at either our State Street or Broadway location just about every day. He is a lovable, gentle, and slobbery pooch who provides comfort to families when requested. He enjoys taking long walks with his humans, Adam and Cait, playing at the beach, and chasing squirrels in the park.

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Matthew Dahms Funeral Attendant

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Leslie Snow Office Administration

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Raymond Roberts Funeral Attendant

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John Wallace Funeral Attendant

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Bob Schwartz Funeral Attendant

Adam R. Walker

Licensed Funeral Director / Owner
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Adam R. Walker, a Portland resident and Funeral Director, joined Conroy-Tully on October 1, 2014. Adam came to us with nearly 15 years of Funeral Service experience. 

 

 Adam came to us with a genuine desire to serve each family with the highest consistent level of service excellence that Conroy-Tully Walker Funeral Homes are known for. A naturally empathetic and understanding individual, Adam is dedicated to providing compassionate care to families during what may be the worst time of their life. He believes that listening to each individual family is the best way to help them create a meaningful and personalized tribute to their loved one.

 

 Adam recognizes the importance of active and positive community involvement. As such, he is an active member of the Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce and he sits on the Board of Directors for Hospice of Southern Maine and is a former board member of The Center for Grieving Children. In addition, he and his staff proudly support several community events, programs and organizations.

 

In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, especially his wife, Caitlin, and their beloved dog, Newbie.

 

Caitlin M. Walker

Community Outreach & Aftercare Coordinator
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Caitlin (MacDonald) Walker entered Funeral Service in 2015 after spending the past several years as a Special Education teacher with a focus in Behavioral Disabilities. For Cait, the transition from teaching to Funeral Service has been easy.  She’s been able to apply the strengths that she has as a teacher into helping families and creating personalized services through special touches and details. Making sure that each service is personalized and meaningful to the family is of the utmost importance. It is a true honor for Cait to not only help families during the services, but also well after the services have ended.

In addition to her role as an aftercare coordinator, Cait oversees all planning of our community events. She is responsible for the coordination of our Annual Outdoor Memorial Day Mass, Candlelight Service of Remembrance, First Responder Appreciation Cookout, and several other community outreach programs.

 

In her spare time, Cait enjoys being with her husband, Adam, and their dog, Newbie, as well as spending time with family and friends.

 

Danny R. Hatt

Licensed Funeral Director
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Danny has been proudly serving the families of Greater Portland and the Mid Coast regions for nearly 20 years. Having grown up in Downeast Maine, it wasn't until moving to Portland that he decided to pursue a career in Funeral Service. Danny graduated from the New England Institute at Mount Ida College with high honors and has been serving families with compassion and proficiency ever since. "I find it an honor and and a privilege to assist and guide families during what can most possibly be the most difficult time in their lives."

Dan always does his best to make sure that every family is treated with respect and understanding. 

Having lived in Portland for the last 21 years, Danny has been active in many groups. He was the former executive director for MGMC, past board member of the RBPA and serves as the Christmas designer at the Victoria Mansions, a volunteer position he has held for 12 years. In addition, he proudly supports many local organizations and community events.

In his spare time, Dan enjoys gardening, remodeling and renovating old homes, spending time at his family cottage downeast and entertaining family and friends. He especially enjoys the time he spends with his partner, Don Chouinard, and their daughter, Marcedas K. Hatt.

 

Alissa M. Dodds

Licensed Funeral Director
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Alissa joined our professional staff in July of 2015.

She graduated from Mount Ida College having attainined her degree in Funeral Home Management. She completed her internship at Lucas and Eaton Funeral Home in York and was accredited by the International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards after passing her national board exams. Alissa is fully licensed by the State of Maine as a Funeral Service Practitioner.

Alissa is a great asset to our firm and loves serving families in their time of need. She is also very proficient in the preparation arts.

A native of Rye, New Hampsire, she currently resides in Portland. In her spare time she enjoys running, reading and spending time with family and friends.

 

Julie Hansen

Office Manager
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Michael Savage

Funeral Attendant
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Judy Johnson

Facilities Supervisor
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Jim Conley

Funeral Attendant
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Janice Parvin

Funeral Attendant / Hairdresser
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Timothy A. Piekart

Funeral Attendant
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Richard Vessey

Funeral Attendant
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Newbie

Funeral Home Comfort Dog
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Newbie, our Funeral Home dog, can be found at either our State Street or Broadway location just about every day. He is a lovable, gentle, and slobbery pooch who provides comfort to families when requested. He enjoys taking long walks with his humans, Adam and Cait, playing at the beach, and chasing squirrels in the park.

Matthew Dahms

Funeral Attendant
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Leslie Snow

Office Administration
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Raymond Roberts

Funeral Attendant
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John Wallace

Funeral Attendant
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Bob Schwartz

Funeral Attendant
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