Andre Crockett Sr. is a Las Vegas native, born right here in Las Vegas, NV. Upon graduating high school, he pursued a career in the medical field. Andre served as a volunteer at Southern Nevada Memorial Hospital. Here he was noted as the first African American to enroll and complete the Junior Premedical class.
Andre continued on to complete his collegiate years in Utah, where he gained a degree as a physician's assistant.
He then returned to Las Vegas and start to use his education and skills in the funeral home industry working as a prep room technician. Later, Andre received an opportunity to take on roles as the funeral director for Harrison & Ross, Bunkers, Heinz Funeral Home and New Horizons.
Andre settled at Valley Funeral Home where he completed his tenure. As a compassionate and caring pillar of the community, Andre has counseled many families in their times of bereavement. Despite a full-time work schedule, he continues to dedicate time to counsel recovering drug offenders, people suffering from mental and behavioral health issues and individuals recently released from incarceration.
Anyone who knows Andre will contest that he has never turned his back on family and friends in need.
Andre held a long-standing dream of opening his own funeral home in Las Vegas. With all praises to God and the support of his late mother, Ms. Alice Jean Jeckard, his dream became a reality in December 2015. Andre's vision came to life in the form of Serenity Funeral Homes LLC.
Through Serenity Funeral Homes LLC, Andre strives to provide families with a "one-stop funeral service" for all things related, including preneed services, life insurance, funeral arrangements, grief counseling, memorial service and to offer a place where you can feel comfortable in your time of need.
Andre is also a makeup artist and reconstructive artist specializing in restorative work.