Adam L. Fischer Funeral Director in Charge / Co-Owner
Adam Fischer is the fourth generation of his family to be born and raised in St. Johns County, FL. He is married to Janessa, and they have four children. Adam graduated from St. Augustine High School in 1996. After high school, He joined the United States Air Force, and upon completing his enlistment he enlisted in the Florida Air National Guard at the 125th Fighter Wing in Jacksonville. He also graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration in May 2009 from St. Leo University and in December 2011 Adam completed his associate of science in mortuary science from Florida State College at Jacksonville.
Adam is the managing partner at Heritage Funeral and Cremation Service.
Mike A. Hirko Cremation Specialist
Born in the Philippines to an Air Force family, Mike was raised on military bases in Germany, Japan, and various U.S. states. He worked as a master automotive technician for Bridgestone-Firestone for 31 years, retiring in 2016. Mike immediately found his calling in the funeral industry joining Heritage Funeral and Cremation Service.
Mike and his wife Sheryl have been married for 27 years. They have 3 children and 6 grand-children.
Matt Spence Pre-Need Specialist
With an extensive background in business and personal estate planning, Matt Spence joined Heritage Funeral & Cremation Service in May of 2017. His goal is to educate and advise our community on the benefits of prearranging. Passionate about proactive planning, Matt's goal is to help you minimize the emotional and financial stress that death too often causes. His straightforward approach helps guide our future clients to explore and capture the personal wishes and details that help ensure memorialization is done in a way that is most meaningful to them and their families. Matt started his career in healthcare project financing for a national bank in northern New Jersey. A graduate of Indiana University, he is a fervent college basketball fan. Active in his church, Matt served as an elder for 12 years, where he has led or served on the endowment, personnel, and worship committees. An avid percussionist, you can find him behind a drum set most Sundays with the worship band. After spending most of his life in various parts of the Midwest and Northeast, Matt and his family have lived in Palm Coast since 2014. They enjoy spending free time outdoors near the ocean, golfing, watching and playing basketball, and traveling.