Douglas Harpold

Douglas Harpold

Funeral Director, Manager

Doug grew up in Illinois, south of Chicago. He has been a licensed Respiratory Therapist since 1993. Doug earned his Associate's Degree from Worsham College of Mortuary Science in 1999.  He is also a licensed pre-arrangement counselor and cremationist.

 In 2006 Doug and his wife Vicky moved to Tucson to follow their dream and build Vistoso Funeral Home. Doug, Vicky and their children Hanna and Eli attend Santa Catalina Catholic Church.

Doug is a member of the Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce, as well as the Marana Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) and the Cremation Association of North America (CANA).

Lori Campbell

Lori Campbell

Funeral Director

Lori grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri - Kansas City before receiving her Associate's Degree in Mortuary Science in 1994. She moved to Connecticut where she worked until relocating to the Tucson area in 2006. Lori is a member of the National Funeral Directors Association and in 2001 attained the designation of C.F.S.P. (Certified Funeral Service Practitioner), a voluntary program promoting public education, community service and life-long learning. She is a 2004 graduate of the Fountain National Academy of Professional Embalming Skills for Advanced Reconstructive Surgery.  She is also a licensed pre-arrangement counselor and cremationist.

Lori is a member of DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team). DMORT is made up of numerous professions that combine expertise to respond to incidents of mass fatalities, aiding in recovery and identification. She was deployed to Mississippi in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina.

Lori is a member of Vista da la Montana United Methodist Church, Tucson..

Bella - Certified Therapy Dog

Bella is a great dane that was rescued by Lori.   Bella has been certified through the Pet VIP program at the Southern Arizona Humane Society.  She visits nursing homes and hospices, bringing comfort to patients and their families and also to our families here at the funeral home.

Bella is also a "Comfort Dog" working with Pima County Victim Services.