David J. Heintzelman was licensed in 1981 and received an Associate of Applied Science degree from the Northampton County Community College, Bethlehem. David is supervisor of the funeral home in Hellertown. In 2007, he was inducted as President of the Eastern Pennsylvania Funeral Director’s Association. David and his brother, Robert formed Lehigh Valley Crematory Services and David handles the daily operations. He is a member of the First United Church of Christ, Hellertown, a Master Mason at New Temple Lodge #720, Allentown, Past President of the Hellertown Lions Club, and Chairman of the 250th Celebration of Hellertown’s Executive Committee, Chairman of the Saucon Valley Halloween Parade, appointed to the Northampton County Gaming Revenue and Economic Redevelopment Authority in 2012 and had served on various other committees. He was elected Mayor for the Borough of Hellertown and inducted into office on January 2, 2018. David, his wife Nancy (Shay) and their four daughters and son-in-laws, all reside in Hellertown. David is a dog lover and takes care of his American Bulldog, Tugger.
Our business is comprised of licensed funeral directors that know and respect the loss of life and how it effects families. At Lehigh Valley Animal Crematory Services, we treat every animal as if they were our own with dignity, respect and compassion. We promise that your companion animal will receive the highest care possible.
Nathan L. Kamp was born and raised in Shartlesville, Berks County. He is a 2000 graduate of Hamburg Area High School. After finishing High School, Nathan entered the funeral service education program at Northampton Area Community College and graduated in 2003. He received his PA Funeral Director’s license in 2004. He is a Certified Crematory Technician at the Lehigh Valley Crematory Services, Inc., Hellertown. He was married on October 2011 to Christina L. Kacsur. Nathan and Christina reside in Steel City and enjoy camping, walking and doing activities with their harem of animals: Timothy, Calvin and Quinn, Lilly, and Leah.
Chadd A. Hamman was born and raised in Hellertown. He is a 1997 graduate from the Saucon Valley School District where he was very active in athletics. He started his career with the Heintzelman Family in the 90’s working after school and during the summers doing maintenance around the funeral homes. After finishing high school he entered the funeral service education program at Northampton Area Community College and graduated in 2000 as Class President. Chadd is a Certified Crematory Technician at the Lehigh Valley Crematory Services, Inc., Hellertown. He and his wife Stephanie M. (Schoch) and two children, Ellie K. and Drew O. live in Hellertown. They are members of Christ Lutheran Church, Hellertown. Chadd rescued his two cats: Tigger and Oliver.