Deremiah Frye Mortuary Greene & Harrell Chapel

700 West Gourley Pike Bloomington, IN


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    Scott J Agnew

    General Manager

    Originally from Valparaiso, Indiana, Scott moved to Cary, North Carolina, at the age of 15. He attended East Carolina University and North Carolina State University as an accounting business major before deciding to pursue a mortuary career. He graduated from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in 1997 with a bachelor’s degree.

    After graduation Scott moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, where he served as a funeral director and embalmer for several years before being promoted to location manager. In 2008, he accepted a position as general manager in Bloomington, Indiana, serving the families of Bloomington, Monroe County and Brown County.

    Scott attends Sherwood Oaks Christian Church with his fiance. He is a proud father of 2 sons and has 2 beagles, Bella and Dolly. He is a member of the local masonic lodge and has coached the funeral home’s little league baseball team. Scott enjoys water sports, swimming, walking, the Chicago Cubs, football, basketball and spending as much time as he can with his family and friends.

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    Ann Armstrong Kresler

    Funeral Director

    Ann Armstrong Kresler has been a funeral director at Deremiah-Frye Mortuary since 2012, having served families in the Indianapolis and Bloomington areas since 2006 with utmost compassion and professionalism. Ann graduated from Hamline University with a bachelor's degree in art and education in 1978. In 2002, Ann pursued her mortuary science degree from Vincennes University.

    When Ann is not at the funeral home, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Dean, reading, gardening, going to museums and watching foreign and independent films. Ann volunteered at PALS, helping children and adults with mental and physical challenges learn to ride horses and recently helped build a house for Habitat for Humanity. She is a member of The Friends of the Monroe County Public Library.