Reed-Culver Funeral Home

117 West Delaware Street Tahlequah, OK 74464


  • Melodye Anne Fann

    Funeral Director

    Melodye A. Fann was born and raised in the farming belt of Nebraska and Kansas. She graduated from high school and attended school at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

    Married with a son and daughter, Melodye moved with her family while her children were still young to Moritzheim, Germany, for 6 years. She worked as a club manager for the United States Air Force at Hahn Air Force Base—a job she loved in a country she traveled from top to bottom and everywhere in between.

    Melodye returned to Nebraska and obtained her nursing degree. While working as a surgical scrub, she returned to school and graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma as a funeral director and embalmer. She has worked in Tahlequah since 1995.

    Melodye has served her community with Kiwanis, Eastern Star, Blue Star Mothers and Feed My Sheep and is a member of St. Brigid Catholic Church.

  • Kevin A Stilwell


    Kevin Stilwell was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, and moved with his family at the age of 5 to Park Hill, where he graduated from Tahlequah High School in 1998. He attended Northeastern State University and the University of Central Oklahoma, where he completed the mortuary science program.

    Since his graduation, Kevin has worked in his father's machine shop, gained experience in graphic design and web design and owned and sold a convenience store in Woodall. He began working for Reed-Culver Funeral Home as a funeral director in 2012, quickly earning the position of location manager. He is happy to have found a career that allows him to help so many families and serve his home community.

    Kevin has been a lifelong member of Park Hill Baptist Church and enjoys attending church with his family members. He married his high school sweetheart in 1999 and they were blessed with a daughter in 2001. Kevin enjoys coaching his daughter’s softball team and teaching the team members about how to work together to accomplish a common goal.