Our Family

Our Family

Meet the Eden Funeral Services Family
Our family has a combined experience of over 150 years
Rory Epstein, F.D.I.C., L.F.D
Licensed Managing Director & Owner
Rory has lived in Broward County for over 35 years with his family. He is currently in his second decade as a Licensed Funeral Director in Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach Counties. Rory believes in personalized service and that every family should receive professional and compassionate service within a budget to meet their personal needs.
Keith Epstein, L.F.D
Director of Sales & Funeral Director
Keith's association with Eden Funeral Services starts a fresh, new approach with the next generation. His passion for technology combined with outstanding customer service brings us closer to our families, both in and out of the office. In his area of expertise, Keith guides families with prearrangements and immediate need funeral services. 
Ari Oberstein, F.D.I.C., L.F.D
Licensed Director - Miami
Ari Oberstein grew up in Coconut Grove, Miami, FL. He is a licensed funeral director who has been serving the community since 1993. For many years, Ari witnessed a trend of corporate consolidation in funeral service by publicly traded companies where the atmosphere is profit driven, political, and artificial. Disenchanted with this mind frame, Ari goes to great efforts to offer personalized service and affordable choices to every family.
Norman Jacobs
Licensed Memorial Counselor
Norm has lived in Broward County for 25 years and has over 30 years of sales experience. Norm is dedicated to assisting families and fulfilling their wishes through Eden’s Prearrangement Program. Norm provides service beyond expectation and hopes to exceed yours as well.
Joel Steingart
Licensed Memorial Counselor
Paula Layne
Licensed Memorial Counselor
Muriel Rattner
Office Manager
Muriel has been a resident of Broward County for 40 years, and has worked for over 30 years in the funeral service industry. With her extensive experience in funeral home operations, Murial is our first line of communication with our families.
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