Medders Funeral Home
1564 HWY 52 W
Crossett , Arkansas 71635
|Keith Medders||Rosie Medders|
Keith Medders is fulfilling a life long dream by opening the newest and most modern funeral home in Ashley County Arkansas. Keith and Rosie both are graduates of Crossett High School.
Keith started his funeral career in 1978, where he worked at Jones Funeral Home of Crossett. He was a licensed apprentice by the age of 16, working under former manager, Mr. Lewis Bolin Carter. Keith went on to graduate from Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science in 1983. After graduation he returned and worked at both Jones Funeral Home of Hamburg and Crossett, and eventually became Vice-President and General Manager of Jones Companies of Crossett. He is a Licensed "Embalmer" and "Funeral Director" for the state of Arkansas, "Certified by the National Board of Funeral Examiners", and a member of the "National Funeral Directors Association". Rosie is currently serving as a certified Funeral Director Apprentice in the state of Arkansas. Keith and Rosie are both active in the local Gideons Camp; and Rosie also serves as a member of the local Kiwanis Club in Crossett.
A special thanks goes out to his parents the "late" James Maxie and Mary Lou Medders, two long time public school educators in Crossett, whose dedication to the community was an inspiration. Without their continuous christian nurturing, love and support this dream could not have been possible.The Medders Funeral Home is dedicated to their memory..
Keith, along with his wife, Rosie Fox Medders, both Crossett natives, will share the responsibilities of the day to day operations.
A "Special Note from Us"
“We feel privileged to serve the wonderful people of Ashley County, and to help them through a very difficult time in their lives. At Medders Funeral Home, we pride ourselves on offering the highest level of service by going above and beyond your expectations to make each experience special and unique. Our goal is to offer the community meaningful and affordable options to remember their loved ones.”
Keith and Rosie Medders