Timothy Blessing, raised in Milan, Indiana, is a 1980 graduate of Mid-American College of Funeral Service in Indianapolis and received his Bachelor of Science of business from Indianapolis University in 1981. Tim came to work for Feeney-Hornak Mortuaries in 1995.
Out of compassion for those with hearing health issues, Tim has been involved in Sertoma Inc. and was the past president of Circle City Sertoma Club. Tim has been a Camp Healing Tree volunteer since 1997 and currently serves on the supervisory board. He is also a member of Broadway United Methodist Church.
Kay is a consultant for Little & Sons Funeral Homes. She started working full time in 1986 when her mother, who owned the funeral homes, passed away. She has continued to work for Little & Sons in many capacities through the years and holds a life insurance license.
Kay is very involved in the community and has been a member of the Beech Grove Chamber of Commerce since its conception. She is on the Board of Directors of the Beech Grove High School Alumni Association and has been the Scholarship Chairman for over 25 years. Kay also attends and is very active in her church that serves over 4,000 members.
Born and raised in the community, Kay knows many of the families served at Little & Sons Funeral Homes and her presence is both an asset and comfort to the Beech Grove community she loves so dearly. Kay loves to cook and try new recipes, play cards, work in the garden and travel with a group of longtime friends. She plans to continue to serve the community she loves to the best of her abilities.
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