Honor & Discretion

Your Traditions Funeral Home Headshot of Scott Kinne

Scott Kinne



Scott Kinne grew up in the small coastal town of Cushing, Maine and from early childhood knew he had a passion for caring for families going through the devastating loss of a loved one. Following high school, he earned his degree in Mortuary Science at New England Institute, in Boston and began his career in funeral service. In 1979, Scott realized his dream, with the purchase of the Strong Funeral Home, in Damariscotta, Maine, where he served over 30 years, married and raised his four children. During the nineties, he and his family purchased a seasonal home in Venice, Florida, and it was then that he realized this is where he wanted to be permanently. In 2009, they sold the funeral home in Maine and came to Osprey. After settling, he was aware his passion for families was still as strong as ever and for several years, served them in the capacity of a funeral director, in both Sarasota and Venice. Knowing, the only way to serve each family, with all of his heart and no encumbrances, was to be his own provider. Hence, Scott and his partner Trina purchased their new property, in Sarasota. Your Traditions Cremation and Funeral Chapel, simply means that each family deserves to be treated uniquely, with deep respect for the wishes of each family. We will always honor those wishes and look forward to learning the traditions of all.

Your Traditions Funeral Home Headshot of Trina Eggert

Trina Eggert



Trina was born in Iowa City, Iowa and moved with her family to Dallas, Texas shortly thereafter where she spent most of her younger years but she also lived in California and Minnesota. She moved to Sarasota over a decade ago and has truly never felt more at home. Because of her upbringing and exposure to many American sub cultures Trina has a strong background in multicultural and religious diversity. In her first several years of serving in the funeral home business she has developed a deep understanding of the uniqueness the experience of losing a loved one is and how dramatically if differs to each individual. Trina has always had a passion to help and serve people and when she enrolled in the mortuary science program at St. Petersburg College she knew that was the one of the best decisions she has ever made. Trina relishes the time spent with her son Anthony who is proudly serving in the United States Air Force. She also enjoys her strong bond with her husband Josh who is a very active well established local business owner serving the Sarasota legal community for over twenty years. She enjoys all the wonderful activities Florida has to offer such as nature parks, the beach and boating with her family.

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