We have years of experience caring for families from all walks of life, cultures and faiths. Our unsurpassed staff and our family provide kind, caring, professional service. Each family comes to us because they know we are leaders in our profession who are dedicated to excellence in service, adhere to the highest funeral industry standards, and have exceptional integrity. We consistently earn phenomenally high customer satisfaction survey results.
Our licensed, professional staff is here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call 321-269-9222 anytime. We will even come to you to make arrangements in the comfort of your home.
Prompt, compassionate service is always just a phone call away, where and when you need it.
Managing Partner and Licensed Funeral Director
Courtney started his career at North Brevard Funeral Home in 1997 and worked here for most of his adult life. He has worked as manager, funeral director, and pre-planning specialist and loves serving in his home town.
Courtney graduated from Astronaut High School in 1996, received his Associate's Degree in Funeral Service in 1999 from St. Petersburg College and his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Florida as an old man in 2011.
Courtney is and active member of the Rotary Club of Titusville, Noon Club, and an Assistant Scoutmaster of BSA Troop 370 at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church. He loves to be active so you may see him early at Workout Anytime, or out on his motorcycles.
Funeral Home Manager and Licensed Funeral DirectorDavid started his funeral career at North Brevard Funeral Home in 1992. In November 2013, David was chosen as Manager of the North Brevard Funeral Home team. He is a lifelong resident of Brevard County.
Licensed Funeral Director/FounderJimmie was born and raised in Palatka, Florida and has been a licensed Funeral Director since 1961. Mr. Prevatt started as the first manager, and then owner, of North Brevard Funeral Home
Licensed Funeral DirectorLamar entered funeral service in 1958 in Palatka, Florida and moved to enter into partnership with Jimmie Prevatt at North Brevard Funeral Home in Titusville in 1979.
Licensed Funeral Director - Crematory and Care Center Manager
Eric has been serving families in one form or another since 1993. He became the first teen volunteer at Alliance Community Hospital, Alliance, Ohio to reach 1000 hours of volunteer service. He would then go on to serve our country in the U.S. Army for three years, spending time at Ft. Benning, Georgia, Kuwait and South Korea. Following being honorably discharged in 2000, Eric began working in funeral service and then went on to earn his Bachelor’s degree at Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 2004. He has been with North Brevard Funeral Home since 2013.
Eric lives in Titusville with his wife Ashley and four animals. He is a finisher of the 2019 & 2021 New York City Marathon, 2020 Goofy Challenge and 2022 Dopey Challenge. He also enjoys playing chess, riding motorcycles and going on road trips.
Licensed Funeral Director
Daniel is originally from central PA and served in the funeral industry for many years, starting off in a cemetery. Later attending the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science and obtaining his associated degree in Mortuary Science. After graduating with his degree he worked serving the community of Camp Hill, PA for a few years before deciding to relocate to the Sunshine State of Florida. Finally calling Titusville home. Daniel joined the team at North Brevard Funeral Home in April 2023 and plans continue to serve families and build relationships within the community. In his free time he enjoys taking time to explore new areas, boating and fishing as well as trips to the beach.
Shauna has been with North Brevard Funeral Home since summer of 2017. She graduated from Titusville High School and has been interested in serving in a funeral home since she was young. Eager to get started, she met her husband Courtney in the lobby of North Brevard Funeral Home in 1999.
Shauna assists with phones, record keeping and manages our casket and urn inventory to timely serve our family’s needs. In her free time she is a talented artist.
Office Coordinator, Printing and Video Specialist
Since 2020 Vivien has been serving the community here at North Brevard Funeral Home as an administrative assistant. She is often the first person you will speak to on the phone or person you will see when you walk into the funeral home. From working on death certificates, making memorial packages to working funerals and doing removals, she has a servants heart and compassion to serve families during their time of need.
Vivien is currently working on her associate’s degree so she can continue her career here at the funeral home and become a licensed funeral director. In her free time she enjoys taking care of her plants, reading, spending time with her dogs and family and working on race cars with her husband Mason.
Grounds SuperintendentJay started a part-time maintenance position at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens in 1993. In 1996, He became the Grounds Superintendent of Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, with over 28 developed acres of cemetery property under his direct responsibility. Because of his hard work and dedication, Jay was selected as the Oaklawn and North Brevard Funeral Home Employee of the Year for 2011.
Cemetery Office Coordinator
Holly Marshall has performed Office Management and Administrative Support in positions of increasing responsibility and in diverse industries for over 25 years, some of which were focused on governmental accounting for several Municipal Utility and Emergency Service and School Districts. In each situation, she was able to use the skills she had and build on them through on-hands experience and formal education, as she sought to learn, meet and exceed the expectations of her superiors, coworkers, and customers.
As a fairly recent transplant from California, Holly seeks out opportunities to celebrate the Florida land and sea life with a wide range of activities like paddle boarding, beach-going, skydiving and visits to local zoos and parks. She loves animals and has a small menagerie at home (three dogs, a parrot, and a bearded dragon) that are doted on as beloved children.
Skip Watson is a 34 year veteran of the Armed Forces, serving first in the U.S. Army during Vietnam and then retiring from the U.S. Air Force. He and his wife of 52 years Erika have two children and two grandchildren. He is also a talented trumpet player. Skip started his funeral career with Adams-Perfect Funeral Home in Northfield, New Jersey and has been serving families at North Brevard Funeral Home since 2004. Skip has a passion for funeral service and hopes to serve your family in your time of need.
Funeral Assistant/ Crematory Operator
Heather is a graduate of THS and studied at Eastern Florida State and St. Petersburg College in Medical Laboratory and crime Scene Technology.
She enjoys gardening , mystery novels, movies, books and most of all her daughter Sawyer and her son Anakin.
Heather has worked at North Brevard Funeral Home since August of 2021 and is active in all parts of business from answering the phones, preparing families' loved one for viewing, and greeting guests at services.
Brittany was an early graduate of Licking High School in Missouri and started working with us at North Brevard Funeral Home in 2022. She is currently attending St. Petersburg College pursuing a degree in funeral services. When she is not serving families and working on school, Brittany enjoys painting, gardening, reading books and comics, working out, spending time with her Border Collie, Babygirl, cooking, and exploring the outdoors.
You are welcome to call us any time of the day, any day of the week, for immediate assistance. Or, visit our funeral home in person at your convenience.