Miss Mo came to us in July of this year. After looking high and low for the right dog, she chose us.
We are coming up on Miss Mo being 7-months old now with good instinct and excellent training. She knows when her services will be called on, often before we have thought about introducing her to a family. She singles out the person who is suffering the most from the loss and puts her face in their lap. Once trust has been established, Mo refuses to leave the room until the arrangement is over, then she escorts the family to the door. During longer arrangements, she lays at or on the feet of the next of kin, continuing to provide comfort.
In the months she has been here, she has been an integral part of the staff and good with her co-workers. Funeral Service can be hard on us, we are all affected at one time or another by something we see or do. Having Miss Mo is like having an in-house therapist. She is amazing, boosting the morale of her co-workers and knows when one may be more affected by something than usual.
Since 1887, when James Deter McNary was elected Colusa County Coroner, the goal of McNary-Moore Funeral Service has been to provide the community with service, caring and understanding in our most troubling and sorrowful times.
John Deter McNary subsequently joined his father James in the operation of the mortuary, which was known as J.D. McNary & Son at the time. In 1925, Howard Moore came to Colusa as an accountant and met John D. McNary. Upon the death of James McNary in 1931, he began to work part-time with John D. McNary in the funeral business.
We proudly serve Colusa, Yuba City, Woodlands, Willows, Marysville and surrounding areas.