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Our Staff


Our staff is comprised of dedicated and licensed professionals with the experience to answer all your questions regarding our services. Please feel free to contact any of our staff members at any time.

Timothy Proctor

Timothy Proctor

Funeral Home Manager

Timothy Proctor, a licensed director and embalmer, has been with Riverview Abbey since 2013. He is a Portland native and Mt. Hood Community College graduate. Tim has served on an Administrative Rules Advisory Committee for the Oregon Mortuary & Cemetery Board (OMCB). In his spare time, he enjoys traveling with his wife, working on his house, and playing music in a local band.


Roger Sinnott

Roger Sinnott

Funeral Director

Roger is a 4th generation native and resident of Portland. He graduated from Central Catholic High School and received a Bachelors degree in Philosophy at Mt. Angel Seminary College and Graduate of School of Theology. He was ordained a priest and served in the archdiocese of Portland as a teacher, chaplain and pastor. Roger also spent 6 years as a neighborhood organizer and crime prevention coordinator in the Portland area where he helped develop and manage the city's Graffiti Removal Program. Roger (known as Hodge by his friends and family) joined the staff of Riverview Abbey in 2009 after 12 years in the funeral service industry. In his spare time, he enjoys theater, sports, genealogy, travel, walking and any outdoor activity.


Brent E. Carnes

Brent E. Carnes

Funeral Director

Brent Carnes is a licensed funeral director and embalmer; a 1995 graduate of the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science. He has worked and managed several local funeral homes. Brent has been an active member of the Oregon Funeral Directors Association for the last couple of years. His goal is to make the toughest of times for a family a little bit easier. 


In his off time he enjoys traveling with his wife, Kristen, their daughter Stella, and their little dog Mr. Sprinkles. He also enjoys playing music in a local band or traveling and spending long days riding one of his motorcycles. He is a long time member of the Triumph Riders of Portland and the Moto Guzzi National Owners Club of Oregon.

 


Ryan Branin

Ryan Branin

Funeral Director

Ryan Branin has been involved in funeral service in Portland, Oregon for nearly 20 years. He was born and raised in Boise, Idaho where he served a six-month apprenticeship with Cloverdale Funeral Home in 2002. His brief but experience-rich time with Cloverdale solidified Ryan's decision to pursue funeral service as a career. Ryan earned his degree in Mortuary Science at Mount Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon in 2004 and has been a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer since 2005.

Ryan is grateful for the opportunity and privilege to serve families who choose Riverview Abbey Funeral Home and Mausoleum. 

Outside of his workplace, Ryan enjoys bicycles, music, art, and appreciating nature in Forest Park and at the Oregon Coast.


Tonya Witham

Tonya Witham

Office and Family Services

Tonya was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon. She moved to Portland in 2005 to  pursue her childhood dream within the Funeral Industry, at just 18 years old.  She has over 15 years of experience serving families. She enjoys helping them plan, memorialize and personalize tributes during life’s most difficult occasions.

She enjoys volunteering on her local fire department Advisory Board and loves being a ChemoPal Child Mentor for kiddos through the Children’s Cancer Association. She previously served with Meals on Wheels and feels fortunate to have worked with such a wonderful organization.

Her hobbies in her spare time include exploring and enjoying the great outdoors, specifically here in the PNW. She also enjoys spending time with family and friends around a campfire. Her life wouldn’t be complete though without her spoiled mini dachshund Mosley.



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