A Baltimore native, Patrik began working in funeral service over 24 years ago. He holds a Bachelor's degree in English with a specialization in discourse and technology from the University Of Baltimore and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Mortuary Science from Catonsville Community College. He is a parishioner at the Cathedral Of Mary Our Queen and an active volunteer in the Baltimore area. For the past two years Patrik has served as Board Chair for the HARBEL Community Organization, one of the largest 501C3 non-profit health-care service providers in Baltimore. As a resident of Perry Hall in eastern Baltimore county, Patrik feels strongly that it is important to give back to his community and has served on various boards of directors throughout his career.
In addition to his duties as Funeral Home Manager and a Licensed Mortician, Patrik also coordinates the on-site catering as well as facilitates the funeral home's aftercare grief support program. Patrik is also a licensed Maryland Life Insurance Agent and helps families save money and find peace-of-mind by pre-planning and funding their funeral arrangements.
Bill started with Loudon Park Funeral Home in 2000. He was born in Baltimore. Bill graduated from Archbishop Curley High School and Catonsville Community College Mortuary Science Program. He has been in funeral service for over thirty years. He is a member of Our Lady of Victory Church and Knights of Columbus. Bill is married to Phyllis and has three children, MIDN William III, David II and Mary Margaret.
Kaija operates Baltimore Crematory at Loudon Park, performing the cremations that our company's Morticians arrange with families. Kaija holds a Psychology Degree from George Mason University and a Mortuary Science Degree from the University of the District of Columbia. She is a licensed Mortician in Virginia and Maryland.
After retiring from a career with General Motors, Harry enjoys helping our families when they need him most. With over a decade of funeral service experience, Harry works with our Funeral Directors and staff ensuring our families receive the best possible service at all times.
David Smithson "Smitty"
Facilities and Fleet Manager
Smitty has worked over 14 years in funeral service. Prior to his funeral career, Smitty was a Correctional Officer for the United States Government.
Smitty is responsible for building and fleet maintenance as well as assisting during services and visitations. Loudon Park families enjoy his southern hospitality and kind demeanor.
David C. Berkey II
David’s responsibilities include setting up for visitations and services as well as maintaining the lobby, the visitation parlors and the chapel. In addition he also provides comfort and guidance to families during visitations. David is a recent graduate of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He will be following in his parents’ footsteps to become a Licensed Mortician through the Community College of Baltimore County’s Mortuary Science Program.
Bill began working in funeral service in late 2013. Before joining the Loudon Park family, Bill worked 36 years for Northrop Grumman on numerous United States defense contracts.
Bill provides assistance to our Funeral Directors and staff during visitations and funerals. Loudon Park families find comfort in Bill's warm and compassionate demeanor, and we are fortunate to have him as a member of our family.
Susan joined the Loudon Park family in December 2016. Our families find comfort in Susan's kind and gentle demeanor when she assists during visitations and funerals.
is a proud Baltimore native who recently joined the Loudon Park Funeral Home team. With a
background in Education and Mental Health, Amy brings attention to detail and a genuine compassion along with strong organizational skills. As the Loudon Park Funeral Home Office Administrator, she
handles correspondence and data entry as well as the coordination of daily funeral services. Amy is a member of Sacred Heart of Glyndon parish and has two wonderful