2022 Currituck Chamber of Commerce Spring Social

2022 Currituck Chamber of Commerce Spring Social The Currituck Chamber spring social turned out to be lots of fun and a great night to catch up with local business and community leaders. Food, entertainment, and fellowship were on point! The Currituck Chamber of Commerce is an influential and important voice for small businesses as we… Continue reading 2022 Currituck Chamber of Commerce Spring Social

Celebrating 16 Years in Business!

Celebrating 16 Years in Business! 16 never felt so sweet- On April 1st, 2006 a little boat ventured out onto the big stormy sea of entrepreneurship. Tidal waves, calm days, blinding rain, brutal cold, blistering sun, taking on water, laying out on the deck, broken masts, torn sails- AND MORE. We kept our hand on… Continue reading Celebrating 16 Years in Business!

Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. Guest at “Career Cafe”

Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. Guest at “Career Cafe” Had a great time as the guest “Career Cafe” speaker over the past couple weeks! The Currituck County middle schools hold these sessions for students who sign up for lunch time up-close encounters with local professionals. Of course funeral service and entrepreneurship were the topics of the… Continue reading Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. Guest at “Career Cafe”

Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. Completes Exhaustive and Lengthy Tax Audit

Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. Completes Exhaustive and Lengthy Tax Audit Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. partner and financial officer, J. Ben Andrews in conjunction with our company tax professionals- Burgess, Lowman & Lay PA have just completed a lengthy and detailed state tax audit.  During the several month-long audit process- the auditor noted the funeral home… Continue reading Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. Completes Exhaustive and Lengthy Tax Audit

FEMA COVID-19 Funeral Assistance

FEMA COVID-19 Funeral Assistance Nags Head- Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. has been informed that federal funds are available to assist with some funeral and cremation expenses for deaths that occurred in 2020 and are COVID related. These funds are available to qualified individuals only. FUNERAL HOMES are not permitted to apply for or accept these… Continue reading FEMA COVID-19 Funeral Assistance

Courtney Gallop earns coveted certificate

Beach Funeral Director Earns Coveted Certificate Nags Head- Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. owner Courtney N. Gallop recently completed 41 hours of intensive embalming and reconstructive surgical training from the Fountain National Academy (FNA) international headquarters facility in Springfield, Missouri. The intensive five -day program featured classroom and immersive lab training. Students were provided with advanced… Continue reading Courtney Gallop earns coveted certificate

Gallop Funeral Services Senior Service Assistant, Richard Heath Jackson, earns CANA certificate

************Press Release************ LOCAL MINISTER EARNS CREMATORY LICENSE Nags Head- Local Baptist minister, Richard Heath Jackson, 41, of Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina has earned a professional certification for Crematory Operations through Dare County NC funeral home, Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. The Cremation Association of North America granted Jackson the certification in July, following his successful… Continue reading Gallop Funeral Services Senior Service Assistant, Richard Heath Jackson, earns CANA certificate

Gallop Funeral Services places in National Interior design contest

Gallop Funeral Services sponsers “Bark in the Park”

Barco- New Currituck memorial chapel, Gallop Memorial Chapel was recently accepted as a Dachshund Level Sponsor of the upcoming Bark-In-The -Park benefit event. The popular, free, family and pet-friendly event benefits the Currituck Animal Lovers Rescue League and is scheduled for Saturday October 22, 2016 at Knapp School Park. Food, contests, games, and demonstrations will… Continue reading Gallop Funeral Services sponsers “Bark in the Park”

Gallop Funeral Services retires flags to honor veterans

Jim Norrell from the Colington Volunteer Fire Department dropped off a number of US flags to retire at our crematory when we perform the cremations of US veterans. We are grateful for this chance to honor our brave patriots one more time.