Tena is a native of Broken Bow, Oklahoma, where she answered her calling to funeral service in 1985, graduating from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1989. Tena, who considers her profession a ministry, is very passionate about serving families during their time of need and is proud to be a part of the Dignity Memorial® team. Also passionate about giving back to her community, Tena volunteers time to community and civic organizations and is a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #7192 Auxiliary. When she is not working, Tena enjoys traveling, hunting, fishing and spending time with her children and grandchildren.
Born in 1933, in Minco, Oklahoma, Lloyd currently is employed as a consultant at Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home.
Bill graduated from Minco High School in 1952 and was drafted into the U. S. Army, where he was stationed in Taegu, South Korea, from November 1953 to April 1955. He was in standby reserve until he received an honorable discharge in 1961. Lloyd received his bachelor’s degree in business from Central State College and worked as a wholesale distributer and real estate broker/investigator for several years.
In September 1966, he joined my brother, Bill Eisenhour, in opening the Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home in Del City, Oklahoma and embarked on a lifetime career helping families through one of the most difficult times in their life. In 1969, he obtained his associate’s certificate in Funeral Service from Central State College and became a state licensed funeral director for the state of Oklahoma. In 1976, the funeral home became incorporated and Lloyd served as president and general manager.
Lloyd married his wife, Glenda, in 1962 and together they had one daughter, Melanie, who died in 2001.
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