Michael Hornak has been in funeral service since the 1970s, serving as president and general manager before his current position as a consultant with Feeney-Hornak Mortuaries. He is a 1959 graduate of Indiana University with a degree in business administration and a graduate of Indiana College of Mortuary Science.
Michael is a 25-year member of St. Matthew Parish and former member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, previously serving on each parish council. He is past president and member of the Serra Club as well as past grand knight and member of the Knights of Columbus St. Pius X Council.
Michael and his wife, MaryLou Feeney Hornak, have 4 children, 7 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter.
Timothy J Blessing
Timothy Blessing, raised in Milan, Indiana, is a 1980 graduate of Mid-American College of Funeral Service in Indianapolis and received his Bachelor of Science of business from Indianapolis University in 1981. Tim came to work for Feeney-Hornak Mortuaries in 1995.
Out of compassion for those with hearing health issues, Tim has been involved in Sertoma Inc. and was the past president of Circle City Sertoma Club. Tim has been a Camp Healing Tree volunteer since 1997 and currently serves on the supervisory board. He is also a member of Broadway United Methodist Church.
Michael is a 3rd-generation funeral director who has been licensed since 1972. Mike has been married to Mary Michelle for the past 47 years and is the father of Kelly, Ryan and Luke. They are the proud grandparents of 9 terrific grandchildren. Mike graduated from Immaculate Heart of Mary Grade School, Brebeuf Jesuit and Indiana University. He served as a Lieutenant in the Vietnam War and is involved in various civic and religious organizations in Indianapolis.
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