Tim is a graduate of Lincoln High School and Vincennes University. Active in his profession and community affairs, Tim is a member of the Indiana Funeral Director Association, the National Funeral Directors Association and the Cremation Association of North America. He serves on the Vincennes University Alumni Board as well as the Vincennes University Booster Club. He coaches South Knox Boys Varsity Soccer, enjoys running, and bicycling. He is a proud father to his two children Ashley Goodwin, and Geoffrey Goodwin
Chris began his funeral service career after receiving his degree in Funeral Service from Vincennes University in 1990. A lifelong Vincennes resident and 1988 graduate of Vincennes Lincoln High School. He is a member of the Cremation Association of North America and the National Funeral Directors Association as well as the Indiana Funeral Director Association. Chris and his wife, The former Tonia Carie attend Old Cathedral Catholic Church and they have two children, Bailey Wirth a Registered Nurse married to Jacob Wirth and Payton a student at Murray State University and is majoring in Sports Psychology. In his spare time he enjoys attending sporting events, jogging, playing pickleball and golfing.
Ron began his funeral service career over 40 years ago and has had the privilege of serving families in Daviess County for this long. In his spare time he enjoys traveling back to West Virginia to camp and fish.
Amy is a lifetime resident of Vincennes and a 1994 graduate of Vincennes Lincoln High School. She obtained her associates degree in Science of Funeral Services from Vincennes University in 1997. Her hobbies include tennis, outdoor adventures, hiking, and watching her kids in their sporting events. She is married to Norbert Brown and has two beautiful sons, Luke and Tucker. Amy is a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
John is a graduate of Washington High School and Oakland City College. He has been involved in funeral service for twenty-six years and has been married for thirty-six years. John has four children and four grandchildren. He is a member of Antioch Christian Church in Washington and in his spare time enjoys deer hunting, turkey hunting, camping and anything outdoors.
Joe is a longtime public servant and has worked in various roles throughout the years. He is currently the Chief Deputy Coroner for the Knox County Coroner's Office and works as a paramedic. Joe holds two degrees, one in Law Enforcement and one in Paramedic Science. Joe is currently completing his Bachelors Degree in Health Services at Indiana State University and plans on enrolling in mortuary school. Joe and his wife Megan along with their children Chase, Jayda and Brynley live in Vincennes. The Millspaugh's are members of the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Parish. Joe is a member of the Knights of Columbus and volunteers at Good Samaritan Hospital teaching in the education department.