Associates

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    Sheila A Barcus

    Manager

    Sheila began her funeral career later in life. After her only daughter graduated from high school in 2005 and went to college, Sheila decided a career change was in order. She moved to Dallas to attend the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. After graduating in November 2007, she began working at Memorial Funeral Home, Crematory and Memorial Park Cemetery in Columbia, Missouri. In 2011, she moved to Kansas City, Missouri, to work as manager of a prep center, crematory and livery service. In 2013, Sheila moved back to Columbia and became a general manager. Sheila loves her work and has a huge passion for caring for families when they need it most.
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    Nikki Dawn Grube

    Funeral Director

    Nikki Grube joined our staff as a funeral director in 2015, serving families with compassionate and professional care. Originally from Johnson, Nebraska, Nikki lives in California, Missouri, and enjoys spending time with her four children.

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    Stephen L Jones

    Funeral DirectorFuneral Director

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    Clayton Joseph Vogl

    Funeral Director

    Clayton Vogl was raised in Slater, Missouri, on his family’s farm. He graduated in 2002 graduate from Slater High School and began taking courses in mortuary science at State Fair Community College in Sedalia while working for Heckart-Gillespie Funeral Home.

    In the summer of 2003, Clayton moved to Kansas City, Missouri, and began working at McGilley Antioch Chapel. He continued to study mortuary science at Kansas City Kansas Community College. He graduated from KCKCC in 2004 and earned his funeral director’s license. A year later, he earned his embalmer’s license. Clayton joined the team at Memorial Funeral Home and Cemetery in August 2016.

    Clayton and his wife, Emily, and have a son and are members at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. He is grand knight of the local Knights of Columbus–Council 1529.