Ginger Wilcox-Riley is a lifelong resident of Burnet County. Ginger's parents, Bill and Janice Wilcox, bought Clements Funeral Home in 1969 and she grew up learning the business from an early age. After graduating from Burnet High School, she began working for her father and soon decided to follow in his footsteps.
Ginger attended Commonwealth Mortuary School in Houston, Texas, and has been a licensed funeral director since the early 1990s.
Ginger has a son and is active in the Burnet community and school activities. Ginger is a past Burnet Chamber board member, member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority and a member of the Vanderveer Church of Christ. Ginger loves being outside and working in the yard, as well as spending time with family and friends at the lake.
Edward Loren Snider
Edward has been employed by Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home for almost half a century. As a sophomore at Burnet High School in 1970, he began mowing the yard and washing ambulances at the funeral home.
Edward later attended Dallas Institute of Mortuary science and became a licensed funeral director and embalmer in 1975. He also attended Sam Houston State University and Central Texas State College.
Edward is a fifth-generation resident of Burnet County and descendent of families deeply rooted in Burnet County. He is a member and past president of Burnet Rotary Club, member and past president of Burnet Chamber of Commerce and a member and past master of Valley Lodge #175 AF&AM.
Edward attends Burnet First United Methodist Church and enjoys reading about the history of the Texas Rangers and World War II.
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