Nathan & Megan Morris, President & Vice-President
Nathan proudly attended Owensboro Catholic High School. After graduating, Nathan moved to High Point, NC where he began performing music, releasing multiple albums and earning the 2010 Indie Charts Independent Artist of the Year Award. In 2010, Nathan began working at Haley-McGinnis Funeral Home, the home his father-in-law has operated the last 55 years, where he served as General Manager. Megan had grown up in the funeral home. She began working at the family's home at a young age and quickly took hold of this life of service. Both attended the University of Kentucky and mortuary schools, Mid-America and Arapahoe, respectively. After marrying in 2012, Megan and Nathan saw a great need in the funeral industry; exemplary care. All are deserving of such care, no matter who they are or what backgrounds they had come from. In 2015, they formed Morris Family Homes, which is devoted to acquiring and continuing to implement the exceptional service communities in Kentucky and Indiana have grown to expect from the most incredible of people. In June of 2017, they purchased Holders from Randy and Barb Dike, two individuals who have selflessly devoted themselves and their lives to Owensville. Randy and Barb continue to play a major role in providing exceptional service to your family, conducting ceremonies and sitting with the families who place their trust in ours, time and time again. We are here. We are invested in the community. We realize your family deserves the absolute best and will never settle for anything less. Together, Megan and Nathan have two children; Anderson, 3, and Everett, 2.
Brandi Macer, Managing Funeral Director
Brandi grew up in a small town of Northern Louisiana until her senior year of high school. Brandi moved to Indiana and graduated from Mooresville High School in 2005. After graduation, she moved to Evansville to attend the University of Southern Indiana, from which she received a Bachelors degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship and a minor in Management in 2009. After graduating from USI, Brandi attended Vincennes University from which she received an Associates degree in Mortuary Science in 2010. Brandi and her husband were married on March 11, 2009. They have twin boys, Elijah and Ezekiel.
Dr. Jonathan Eric Carroll, Executive Director of Grief Counseling
Dr. Jonathan Eric Carroll is a Kentucky Licensed Pastoral Counselor (KLPC), a member of
the Kentucky Association of Pastoral Counselors, an Adjunct Professor at Louisville
Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and is a Fellow in the American Association of Pastoral
Counselors. He is the Pastoral Counselor-in-Residence at Holder Funeral Home, where he offers Grief Counseling and facilitates The Good Grief Group, a bi-monthly group counseling opportunity open to anyone who is living with grief and who desires to grow in
and through the experience of it. He is also the founder and lead therapist at The Clinic @ The Montgomery, a counseling center located in downtown Owensboro, Kentucky.
Dr. Carroll is a graduate of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary (D.Min), Princeton
Theological Seminary (Th.M.), Columbia Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and King College
(B.A.). His post-doctoral studies took place at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family
in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., the institution responsible for the continuation of the
work of Murray Bowen, whose Family Systems Theory has become the lens through which
Dr. Carroll practices therapy in his private practice.Dr. Carroll engaged in further post-doctoral studies at the Kentuckiana Pastoral Counseling Consortium, a training center of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC).
Randall and Barbara Dike
Randall K. Dike is Past President of Holders Funeral Home. His career started in Vincennes while he was in high school working for Brockman Funeral Home. Randy then attended Vincennes University and graduated in 1975 with a business administration degree. Mr. Dike finished his studies at the Indiana College of Mortuary Science in 1976 in Indianapolis and began to work at Holders on October 11, 1976.
Barbara Dike is Past Secretary- Treasurer of Holders Funeral and has helped in all phases of the business. They are continuously committed to Owensville and the families who call this place "home."