Alexander Memorial Park

2200 Mesker Park Drive Evansville, IN 47720


  • Andrew Alexander

    Funeral Director

    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.

  • Jonathan K Alexander

    Funeral Director

    Jonathan graduated from North High School in 1994 and graduated from Southern Illinois-Carbondale in 1996 with a degree in mortuary science. Jon went on to study at the University of Evansville, graduating with a bachelor’s degree. Jon continued serving while attending college and has been a funeral director since 2004.

    Jon grew up on the north side of Evansville and lives there today with his wife and 2 children. When Jon is not working, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending his children’s activities and going on family vacations.

  • Matthew T Alexander

    Funeral Director

    Matt is the fifth generation of the Alexander family to work in funeral service. He became a licensed funeral director in Indiana in 1994 and is a past district director of the Indiana Funeral Directors Association. Matt enjoys educating the community about the funeral profession and resources available within the Dignity Memorial network.

    A native son of Evansville, Matt graduated from Evansville Day School in 1987 and Indiana University in 1991. He is a member of the Evansville Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite Cathedral and Hadi Shrine Temple. He and his wife live near the University of Evansville. They have four children. 

  • Tom A Alexander

    Funeral Director

    Thomas, a graduate of F. J. Reitz High School, received a Bachelor of Science in 1967 from University of Mississippi, where he was a member of beta theta pi fraternity. After receiving his degree in mortuary science in 1969 from Indiana College of Mortuary Science and his license in 1970, Tom immediately joined the family business as the 4th generation in the funeral profession.

    Tom has served as past president of the Indiana Funeral Directors Association, past director of Evansville Chamber of Commerce and past member of both the Evansville Day School’s board of directors and Scott Township Volunteer Fire Department. He is a member of the Evansville Country Club, United Methodist Temple and several community fraternal organizations.

    Past president and CEO of Alexander Ambulance Service, Tom also served on the Advanced Life Support Operations for the Indiana Emergency Medical Services Commission and as a qualified disaster coordinator for FEMA.

    Tom is a U.S. Army veteran and served 2 deployments to St. Gabriel, Louisiana, in 2005 and is a charter member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

    Continuing the family tradition, Tom’s wife, 3 sons, daughter and son-in-law are all integral members of the firm.

  • David Hatchett

    General Manager

    David Hatchett graduated from Castle High School in 1986 and went on to receive a bachelor's degree in marketing from Indiana University in 1990. Upon graduating, David went into the funeral service industry, and in 1992, earned his mortuary science degree from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. He became a licensed funeral director in 1994.

    David is married and has two sons.

  • Michael E Wittenbraker

    Funeral Director

    Michael is a 1981 graduate of Castle High School and a 1983 mortuary science graduate of Vincennes University. He has been a funeral director since 1984 and has served at Alexander Funeral Homes since 1997. Mike enjoys meeting new people and considers it a privilege to help them in their time of need.

    Mike teaches firefighting classes for surrounding fire departments, as well as for the state of Indiana. He is a member of Zion United Church of Christ, several local committees for the betterment of the Newburgh area and has been a Newburgh Volunteer Fire Department member since 1984. He was past president of the Warrick County Fire Chiefs Association and the Newburgh Volunteer Firefighter’s Association.

    Mike and his wife have been married since 1985. They have 2 married sons and 3 grandchildren. Mike is a lifelong resident of Newburgh and enjoys being with family, spending time outside and maintaining his home.

  • 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.”

  • Sarah Lynn Badger

    Funeral Director

    Sarah Badger believes it is a privilege and honor to help families in their time of need. She is a 2014 graduate of Princeton Community High School and a 2017 graduate of Vincennes University, where she earned her degree in funeral services. When not working, Sarah enjoy spending time with her daughter and family, as well as baking, crafting and playing sports outdoors. One of her favorite quotes is, "Understand your worth, value your life and appreciate your blessings."

  • Donald W Simpson

    Funeral Director

    Don Simpson has been serving families at our location for over 40 years. A graduate of the North High School class of 1968, he later graduated from the Indiana College of Mortuary Science, earning his degree in 1970. He joined our location that same year.

    During his accomplished career, Don has been a member of the National Foundation of Funeral Service School of Management, a member of the British Institute of Embalmers, a funeral service preceptor at Vincennes University, a chairman of the Indiana Funeral Directors Association, a Health and Human Services Region V mortuary officer, and co-commander of the Indiana Mortuary Emergency Response Team. He has also responded to numerous international disasters, including the World Trade Center attacks, Hurricane Katrina, and the devastating earthquakes in Haiti.

    Don is a member of Cross Pointe Trinity Church, where he serves on various committees and the local board of administration. He is also a member of the Indiana South District of the Wesleyan Church Board of Ministerial Development, Finance and Memoirs Committees and Gideon International.

    Outside of work, Don also enjoys spending his time with his daughter and his grandchildren, as well as watching movies and listening to music.