It’s not just our grounds that are different. Our people are, too. We’re here to help you get through a difficult time with kindness and friendliness. We’ll help you celebrate a life well lived and assist you with all the decisions you need to make in order to share the story in the way YOU want it shared. We do it with a positive approach, compassion, understanding and grace.
Charlie Piper – Founding Partner: Every organization needs a “suit,” and Charlie is ours! Charlie brings an extensive track record as a CEO in sharply accelerating growth businesses. Charlie is currently CEO of Blazent, where he oversees all facets of the company, including sales, marketing, development, finance, business development and operations. Charlie’s prior experience as a CEO includes managing a series of companies in data processing, rationalization, reporting and analytics across a broad range of industries, where he has consistently driven organizational optimization, business alignment and rapid acceleration of market presence.
Doug Flin – Founding Partner: We try not to brag about Doug too extensively, but he is the creative genius behind Seven Stones. Doug has been a visionary, forward-thinking contributor to the national death care/cemetery industry for more than 20 years. As a nationally recognized cemetery planner and owner of CPRA Studio, he has extensive expertise in cemetery business operations, sales and maintenance.
Don Guerra – Founding Partner: Don is our “yin” to Doug’s “yang.” With an extensive background in development and finance, Don may not be as creative as Doug, but we love him nonetheless. With more than 20 years of experience in the civil engineering, home building and development industries, Don brings extensive technical, financial and operations expertise to the Seven Stones team. Don is passionate about bringing outside industry concepts to the Seven Stones strategy.
Monte Losaw – Founding Partner: There aren’t very many people who can claim to have envisioned building a new cemetery, but Monte can say exactly that. Through a series of events, Monte developed the idea to build the first new cemetery in Douglas County in more than a century and went about pulling together the partnership to get it done. As owner and president of Losaw Electric, Monte has been deeply involved in all aspects of construction, including estimating, budgeting, bidding, on-site supervision and project management.
Steve Hawley– V.P. of Sales & Marketing: Steve doesn’t like the word “sales” in his title, because his passion is educating people on their choices and the Seven Stones difference. But that led to a really long title, so “sales” had to stay! Steve has more than 25 years in the death care industry as an executive, public speaker, trainer and coach in multiple functions across cemetery development, operations, direct sales and sales management.
Gretchen Guerra – Director of Community Outreach & Relations: Commonly referred to as Don’s much, much, much better half, Gretchen is rarely seen without a smile on her face. Gretchen uses her gift for communication to engage our community and spread the Seven Stones’s vision. Prior to joining Seven Stones, Gretchen worked as a development officer at Saint Anthony Health Foundation. Gretchen’s reputation for building strong and trustworthy relationships within the community is her greatest asset for Seven Stones.
Julianne Will – Director of Communications: If you come across Seven Stones information that’s written and presented well, it was undoubtedly crafted by Julianne. (She obviously didn’t contribute to this “about us” section!) Julianne plays an integral role in crafting Seven Stones’s messaging and helps us communicate the Seven Stones vision to our community.
Rebecca Holm – Director of Customer Care/Family Advisor: Becky is our “Renaissance Woman” – she does it all. That said, her passion is helping families and spreading the Seven Stones’ vision. Prior to joining Seven Stones, Becky spent 14 years working for Ciber, Inc. and Air Methods Corp., primarily focused on process improvement and IT systems implementations/support. Before that, Becky was privileged to serve eight years as an officer in the United States Air Force. Becky enjoys spending time with her family, reading, camping, golfing and entertaining.
Brandy Weingardt – Family Advisor: Brandy has been with Seven Stones since February 2015 and does a magnificent job of helping our families understand their options, as well as the difference between Seven Stones and most other cemeteries. When Brandy’s not working or attending classes at Arapahoe Community College for mortuary science, she enjoys spending time with her family (most often watching youth sports).
New ideas. New options. New technology. To an industry that is traditional and slow to change, we bring creativity, innovative thinking, state-of-the-art facilities, extraordinary design and unique options. That’s the Seven Stones Difference.
We invite you to visit and learn more about this unique place in the Denver foothills. Come tour our grounds and let us share with you our vision for a cemetery unlike any other. Discover our modern choices and wide variety of burial options, including green burials. Hear how we’re integrating technology to help create more meaningful memorials, and learn how we’re creating a place that will stand the test of time.
Seven Stones Chatfield is Denver’s newest and most diverse destination in which to honor and celebrate life. Our location at 9635 North Rampart Range Road in Littleton is just the first of several botanical garden cemeteries we’re planning. We’re eager to bring this new idea in cemeteries to all corners of the Denver metro area. Soon, you’ll have a better choice near where you live, work and play, so you can be celebrated close to home.
Our Welcome Center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and by appointment on Saturdays. Stop by to ask questions or learn more! Our grounds are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week. Come rest, remember and enjoy the beautiful gardens.
Seven Stones Chatfield
9635 North Rampart Range Road
Littleton, CO 80125
The Seven Stones commitment to doing things the right way extends to our community. We believe that a cemetery is about celebrating lives well-lived, honoring the people who have touched lives and made a difference. And we believe that our role at Seven Stones is to make a difference as well, to be a good steward of the trust placed with us and give back to our community wherever we can. Our involvement in the Denver, Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Castle Rock, Parker and Roxborough communities is broad and ever-growing; currently we’re contributing in the following ways: