Alexander Funeral Home-West Chapel

2100 West Illinois Street Evansville, IN


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    Andrew Alexander


    Andrew is a 1988 graduate of North High School, a 1992 graduate of DePauw University and a 1993 graduate of Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He has since served in the funeral industry and enjoys helping people in our community by making funeral planning easier and creating a special tribute to the lives of their loved ones.

    Andrew is a longtime member of the Rotary Club of Evansville and Holy Rosary Catholic Church. In his free time he volunteers for Habitat for Humanity of Evansville.

    Andrew grew up in Evansville, lived in Newburgh for 10 years after graduating college and now lives on the north side of Evansville with his wife, daughter and 2 sons. He enjoys spending time with his children and supporting their endeavors. He also enjoys playing a variety of sports and being outdoors.

    Andrew lives life with this Alan Wallace quote in mind: “Life is a flash of lightning in the dark of night. It is a brief time of tremendous potential.”

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    Robin Holder

    Funeral Director

    Robin is a graduate of F.J. Reitz High School and a 1959 graduate of the Indiana College of Mortuary Science. He worked full time for Alexander Funeral Home for 41 years before retiring to a part-time position, which he has held since the 2000s.

    Robin enjoys serving families before, during and after the loss of a loved one.

    Robin is happily married and has been a part of the Evansville community since 1961. He is a member of the Masonic orders and enjoys farming during his time off.

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    Jennifer Dawn Kueber

    Funeral Director

    Jennifer is a 2001 graduate of Central High School and a 2004 graduate of mortuary science at Vincennes University. From 2007 to 2009 she attended the University of Southern Indiana. Jennifer considers it an honor to help create memorable tributes for the loved ones of those who walk through the door. She was born and raised in Evansville and has lived in Mt. Vernon since 2007. When not working, Jennifer loves to read, spoil her nieces and nephews and spend time with her husband. She also enjoys spending the summers boating with her husband. Jennifer’s family and friends are truly the center of her life. Her favorite quote is: “Never get tired of doing little things for others. Sometimes those little things occupy the biggest parts of their hearts.”

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    James Palmer

    Funeral Director

    James is a 1959 graduate of Washington High School and a 1962 graduate of the College of Mortuary Science in Indianapolis. Jim also attended Oakland City College in Indiana. He has been a funeral director for over half a century, and has served at Alexander Funeral Homes since 1985.

    Jim is married to his wife, a nursing instructor retiree from Henderson Community College in Henderson, Kentucky. A longtime member of the Evansville community, Jim enjoys playing basketball in his spare time.

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    David Matthew Ordner

    Funeral Director

    Since graduating from Indiana University and the funeral service education program at Vincennes University, David has worn many hats. He has taught mortuary school, demonstrated techniques to Asian funeral directors in Hong Kong and served Tri-State families since 2006. He does everything he can to ensure the highest quality care for the loved ones entrusted to him.

    When not at the funeral home, David enjoys spending time with his family, watching old movies, Indy car racing, pickin’ his banjo and playing the tenor saxophone.