Brian is a life long resident of Sellersburg. After graduating from Silver Creek High School in 1984 he attended Vincennes University, receiving his Associates in Science degree. Shortly after graduation from Vincennes, Brian soon realized his true calling was to serve his community in the family funeral business. Brian received his Associates of applied science in funeral service in 1987 from Mid-America College of funeral service in Jeffersonville, Indiana. He received his Indiana Funeral Directors license in 1988. He is a father to three children Haley, Sam, and Jarrett Boone. In his spare time Brian enjoys being in the out doors, hunting and fishing.
Stacey J. Tompkins
Stacey was a resident of Charlestown, Indiana until 2014 when he moved to Sellersburg to serve the community at the Garr Funeral Home. He graduated from Charlestown High School in 2009 and later attended Indiana University Southeast. Stacey Graduated from Mid-America College of Funeral Service in September of 2012 with his Associates of Applied Science in Funeral Service. He received his Indiana Funeral Directors license one year later. Stacey was employed at the B&G Mortuary in Charlestown, Indiana as an Embalmer until moving to Sellersburg. Stacey enjoys traveling and vacationing in his spare time.
Corey grew up in Cadiz, Kentucky, son of Chris and Cindy Greenman. He was a 2005 graduate of Trigg County High School and went on to receive his Associates Degree in Business Management/Marketing from Bluegrass Community Technical College in Lexington, Kentucky. Corey attended Mortuary College at Mid-America in Jeffersonville, graduating in 2008. He then came to work at the Garr Funeral Home. He is married to Lauren Clemons Greenman of Sellersburg and a proud father to Walker Shane Greenman. In his spare time Corey enjoys hunting, the outdoors and spending time with his family and friends.
Executive Secretary Office Manager
Margaret grew up in Kentucky, moving to Indiana at the age of 13. She graduated from Hanover High School, Hanover, Indiana in 1952. After graduation, she moved to Sellersburg, Indiana. In 1954, she married Bill Wilkerson. They shared 47 years of marriage and he passed away in 2001. She retired from the Army & Air Force Exchange Service after 18 years of service. Her retirement ended in July of 1991 when she came to work for the Garr Funeral Home as Secretary. Margaret enjoys her work and it has been such a blessing in her life, working with the people that care for other people the emotional times of their lives. She has been blessed with two daughters, Robin (Doug) Coffman and Gina (Dana) Coquerille. They have given her 4 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. These are the love of her life. Margaret enjoys shopping, spending time with her family and her church.
Family Service Advisor
Jerry grew up in Memphis, Indiana. He graduated from Silver Creek High School in 1959. After graduation, he attended Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky. He served his country in the National Guard from 1960 until 1966. Jerry married his wife Pamela Gaines in 1962. They lived in Speed, Indiana until moving to Memphis, Indiana in 1972, where they currently reside. Jerry worked in the car industry for 20 plus years. He came to work at the Garr Funeral Home in 2007. Jerry and Pam have three daughters, Angie (Mark) Doan, Audra (Kent) Offutt and Anne (Phil Hardy) Meredith. They are blessed with 6 grandchildren. He is an active member of the Sellersburg United Methodist Church. Jerry enjoys lawnwork, gardening and playing cards.
Patricia “Trish” Williams
Trish is from a small town in Florida, where she grew up. She graduated from Southside Christian School (now Countryside Christian School) in Gainesville, Florida in 1978. She has been married to her best friend, her husband Steve Williams since 1999. They moved to Pekin, Indiana in 2000 and currently reside there with their 2 dogs. Trish came to work at the Garr Funeral Home on January 2, 2014. God has blessed her with 4 children Kellie (Mark) Hammack, Brandon (Megan Ruckman) Hughes, Landon (Latoya) Hughes and Brittany (Travis) Miller and 10 grandchildren. Trish is a member of Northside Christian Church. Trish enjoys the beach, reading, music, traveling, church and most of all spending time with her family.
Funeral Service Assistant
Bill grew up in Old Clarksville and graduated from Jeffersonville High School in 1953. He worked at Clarksville Swimming Pool during the summers. Bill worked at Colgate for 37 years and drove cars for Louisville Auto Auction. He came to work at the Garr Funeral Home in 1995. Bill has been married to his wife Joan since 1981. He is the father of 2 children, son Steven and daughter Linda and is a very proud grandfather. Bill enjoys working on clocks and watches and has repaired both for many people.
Funeral Service Assistant
Alan was born in Clark County and has lived in the area all of his life. He graduated from Silver Creek High School in 1979. Alan and his family were the past owners of M.C. Sales, Inc. in Sellersburg. He coached Elementary Basketball at Stout Elementary (Now Silver Creek Elementary) for 18 years. He came to work at the Garr Funeral Home in early 2014. Alan is a member of Northside Christian Church. He has 3 children and 1 grandchild. Alan’s hobbies include watching various sports and maintaining his yard.
Thomas R. Garr
Senior Management Consultant, Funeral Director
Funeral Director, Registered Nurse, Masters Degree in Grief Counseling.
Carol M. Johnson
Funeral Service Organist
Carol M. Johnson has been the organist for Garr Funeral Home
for over 40 years, where she will make every effort to provide personal
selections of music for memorial services that exemplifies the life of your
loved one. Carol recently retired as organist for SpeedMemorialChurch after 43 years, is
a retired railroad agent, and editorial writer for Lorenz Publishing Company.
She compiled a best-seller book of patriotic organ music, has writing included
in The Best of Reminisce Book, wrote devotions for These Days, and has a
history of World War II activities in Speed, Indiana included in the Library of
Congress. She and her late husband, David R. Johnson, Sr., are the parents of 2
children, 6 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. She loves music, art,
writing and travel.