Our staff's commitment to you

Our staff is committed to providing support, compassion, information, and direction as needed to all members of our community, their families, and friends who are dealing with loss and grief.

 

 


 

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Jerald A. Dickey Owner/Funeral Director/Embalmer

I grew up in Garden City, Missouri and attended Sherwood High School in Creighton, Missouri graduating in 1972. I did attend Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri for 3 years and graduated from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science in August of 1977. I became a licensed embalmer and funeral director in 1978. I became Vice-President of Dickey Funeral Homes, Inc. in 1980 and purchased my parents share of the business in 1995. We expanded our operation purchasing the Stanley and Son Funeral Home in Pleasant Hill, Missouri in 2007.

I married Sonja Sue Sharp of Harrisonville, Missouri on September 16, 1995. Sonja, grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and graduated from Archie High School, Archie, Missouri in 1981. Together we own and operate Dickey Funeral Homes, Inc. Harrisonville, Missouri and Garden City, Missouri, The Dickey Cottage, Harrisonville and Stanley-Dickey Funeral Home, Pleasant Hill, Missouri. We have 5 children, Brok, Dawson, Alison, Rhyse and Truman who are the joy of our lives. I manage the funeral homes. Sonja is a mother, our video coordinator and web page director for our funeral homes, in Garden City and Harrisonville. She manages the Dickey Cottage.

We are active members of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Harrisonville. I have served as president and member of the Kiwanis Club, past President of the Harrisonville Chamber of Commerce, served 15 years on the Harrisonville School Board as a member and Past President. We will continue to serve each family in the same spirit as my parents. Funeral Directors since 1947.

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Randall K. Jones Embalmer and Funeral Director

Randy has been with Dickey Funeral Home since August of 1998. He is a licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director. Randy is a lifetime Garden City resident, graduating from Sherwood High School in 1984, MidAmerica Nazarene University in 1992 and Kansas City Kansas Community College in 1999. He is an active member of Heart of Life Church, Garden City, Garden City Community Choir and the Garden City Cemetery Association. In his spare time Randy enjoys singing, hunting for antiques, going to the lake and spending time with family and friends.

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Chris L. Meinsen Embalmer and Funeral Director

Chris has been with Dickey Funeral Home since August of 1996. He is a licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director. Chris originally grew up in Springfield, Missouri and graduated from Central High School in 1990. From there he went to Missouri Southern State College in Joplin and then transferred to Ozark Christian College and graduated in 1995. While in his last semester as Ozark, Chris decided to go into the funeral service and worked at Mason-Woodard Mortuary in Joplin until he went to the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in August of 1995 and graduated in August of 1996. He is an active member of the Cornerstone Community Church, Harrisonville, Missouri. Chris was married to Candace Lynne Wilson on December 13, 2014. Chris has three sons, Jacob Lee Meinsen, Matthew Kenneth Meinsen and Caleb Wilson Meinsen. In his spare time, Chris enjoys golfing, playing sports with his boys, spending time with his wife and family. Chris is an avid Kansas City Chiefs, Royals and Oklahoma State Cowboys fan (and Wichita State Shockers fan during basketball season).

 

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John Edenburn Embalmer and Funeral Director

John Edenburn is a 1990 graduate of Pleasant Hill High School and a 1993 graduate of the Kansas City Kansas Community College School of Mortuary Science . He and his wife Julie have three children Renee, Ryan, and Leland, who are all very active in their schools, community, and church. He has been a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer for over 20 years and has been the managing director for the Stanley-Dickey Funeral Home in Pleasant Hill since 2006. Over the last 22 years he has been very active in his community. He is a Past President of the Pleasant Hill Lions Club, Past Worthy Patron of Ivy Leaf Chapter #215 OES, Past Master of Jewel Lodge #480 A.F. & A.M, a former Ombudsman for the Mid-America Regional Council, former board member on the Pleasant Hill Parks & Rec; He is a currently a member of the Knights of Columbus, treasurer of the the Pleasant Hill United Way board, President of the Pleasant Hill Booster Club, and President of the Pleasant Hill R-111 school board. He is proud to call Cass County and Pleasant Hill his home.


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Sonja Dickey Video/Web Page Coordinator

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Jody Angel Funeral Assistant

Jody Angel had a 28 1/2 year career with the American Red Cross where she was the Cass County Branch Manager.

Since retiring she has volunteered with Serenity Care Hospice, is a part time at Dickey Funeral Home, and helps out at the Harrisonville Food Pantry.

Jody has been a resident of Harrisonville, Mo since 1975 and she is an active member of the Harisonville Church of the Nazarene. Prior to retiring, Jody was involved with all Chambers in the County, was secretary and board member of Raymore. Other organizations with involvement were Cass County Fireman’s Association, Chairman of Cass County Net. Jody was president and director of Harrisonville BPW, member of the Lioness & Square Center Merchants.

Jody is a mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She loves her God, her family, her church family, her home, doing yard work and traveling.

Jody and Roger enjoy their annual trip to Texas and spending a lengthy time with the youngest daughter and their three grandchildren.

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Truman Dickey Staff Member

Truman is currently attending Harrisonville High School. He enjoys academics and spending time with his family.

Jerald A. Dickey

Owner/Funeral Director/Embalmer
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I grew up in Garden City, Missouri and attended Sherwood High School in Creighton, Missouri graduating in 1972. I did attend Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri for 3 years and graduated from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science in August of 1977. I became a licensed embalmer and funeral director in 1978. I became Vice-President of Dickey Funeral Homes, Inc. in 1980 and purchased my parents share of the business in 1995. We expanded our operation purchasing the Stanley and Son Funeral Home in Pleasant Hill, Missouri in 2007.

I married Sonja Sue Sharp of Harrisonville, Missouri on September 16, 1995. Sonja, grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and graduated from Archie High School, Archie, Missouri in 1981. Together we own and operate Dickey Funeral Homes, Inc. Harrisonville, Missouri and Garden City, Missouri, The Dickey Cottage, Harrisonville and Stanley-Dickey Funeral Home, Pleasant Hill, Missouri. We have 5 children, Brok, Dawson, Alison, Rhyse and Truman who are the joy of our lives. I manage the funeral homes. Sonja is a mother, our video coordinator and web page director for our funeral homes, in Garden City and Harrisonville. She manages the Dickey Cottage.

We are active members of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Harrisonville. I have served as president and member of the Kiwanis Club, past President of the Harrisonville Chamber of Commerce, served 15 years on the Harrisonville School Board as a member and Past President. We will continue to serve each family in the same spirit as my parents. Funeral Directors since 1947.

Randall K. Jones

Embalmer and Funeral Director
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Randy has been with Dickey Funeral Home since August of 1998. He is a licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director. Randy is a lifetime Garden City resident, graduating from Sherwood High School in 1984, MidAmerica Nazarene University in 1992 and Kansas City Kansas Community College in 1999. He is an active member of Heart of Life Church, Garden City, Garden City Community Choir and the Garden City Cemetery Association. In his spare time Randy enjoys singing, hunting for antiques, going to the lake and spending time with family and friends.

Chris L. Meinsen

Embalmer and Funeral Director
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Chris has been with Dickey Funeral Home since August of 1996. He is a licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director. Chris originally grew up in Springfield, Missouri and graduated from Central High School in 1990. From there he went to Missouri Southern State College in Joplin and then transferred to Ozark Christian College and graduated in 1995. While in his last semester as Ozark, Chris decided to go into the funeral service and worked at Mason-Woodard Mortuary in Joplin until he went to the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in August of 1995 and graduated in August of 1996. He is an active member of the Cornerstone Community Church, Harrisonville, Missouri. Chris was married to Candace Lynne Wilson on December 13, 2014. Chris has three sons, Jacob Lee Meinsen, Matthew Kenneth Meinsen and Caleb Wilson Meinsen. In his spare time, Chris enjoys golfing, playing sports with his boys, spending time with his wife and family. Chris is an avid Kansas City Chiefs, Royals and Oklahoma State Cowboys fan (and Wichita State Shockers fan during basketball season).

 

John Edenburn

Embalmer and Funeral Director
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John Edenburn is a 1990 graduate of Pleasant Hill High School and a 1993 graduate of the Kansas City Kansas Community College School of Mortuary Science . He and his wife Julie have three children Renee, Ryan, and Leland, who are all very active in their schools, community, and church. He has been a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer for over 20 years and has been the managing director for the Stanley-Dickey Funeral Home in Pleasant Hill since 2006. Over the last 22 years he has been very active in his community. He is a Past President of the Pleasant Hill Lions Club, Past Worthy Patron of Ivy Leaf Chapter #215 OES, Past Master of Jewel Lodge #480 A.F. & A.M, a former Ombudsman for the Mid-America Regional Council, former board member on the Pleasant Hill Parks & Rec; He is a currently a member of the Knights of Columbus, treasurer of the the Pleasant Hill United Way board, President of the Pleasant Hill Booster Club, and President of the Pleasant Hill R-111 school board. He is proud to call Cass County and Pleasant Hill his home.


Sonja Dickey

Video/Web Page Coordinator
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Jody Angel

Funeral Assistant
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Jody Angel had a 28 1/2 year career with the American Red Cross where she was the Cass County Branch Manager.

Since retiring she has volunteered with Serenity Care Hospice, is a part time at Dickey Funeral Home, and helps out at the Harrisonville Food Pantry.

Jody has been a resident of Harrisonville, Mo since 1975 and she is an active member of the Harisonville Church of the Nazarene. Prior to retiring, Jody was involved with all Chambers in the County, was secretary and board member of Raymore. Other organizations with involvement were Cass County Fireman’s Association, Chairman of Cass County Net. Jody was president and director of Harrisonville BPW, member of the Lioness & Square Center Merchants.

Jody is a mother, grandmother, and great grandmother. She loves her God, her family, her church family, her home, doing yard work and traveling.

Jody and Roger enjoy their annual trip to Texas and spending a lengthy time with the youngest daughter and their three grandchildren.

Truman Dickey

Staff Member
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Truman is currently attending Harrisonville High School. He enjoys academics and spending time with his family.