179 E. Mulberry Street / P.O. Box 308 Morgantown, IN46160
Our staff is comprised of dedicated and licensed professionals with the experience to answer all your questions regarding our services. Please feel free to contact any of our staff members at any time.
Since 1975, Meredith-Clark Funeral Home has been providing our neighbors in Morgantown, Nashville, Trafalgar, Nineveh, and other areas in Brown, Morgan, and Johnson Counties with professional, compassionate funeral services. Whether you want a traditional or non-traditional funeral, a green burial, or cremation with or without a memorial service, we will help you plan the most memorable of farewells.
Since 2002, Jamie has been the owner and managing Funeral Director of his family’s business, Meredith – Clark Funeral Home in Morgantown. Jamie holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern Indiana and an A.S. Degree from Mid-America College of Funeral Service in Jeffersonville. He is also a graduate of the Morgan County Leadership Academy.
Jamie is a director and former chairman of the Morgan County Health Department, board member of Johnson County REMC, chairman of the East Hill Cemetery Corp., director of Morgantown Community Center and treasurer for the Morgantown Senior Center. Memberships include: Morgantown Masonic Lodge #358, Brown County Lions Club, University of Southern Indiana Alumni, Sigma Tau Gamma Alumni Association and the Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practitioner Association.
Jamie and his wife, Angela have two children, Hunter & Gracee who both attend Indian Creek Schools. They are members of the Morgantown United Methodist Church.
Bill and his family, wife Mary and sons, Rob & Jamie; moved to Morgantown in 1975 after purchasing the Clark Funeral Home. He has since served the community in many ways. Currently, Bill serves as Secretary/Treasurer of East Hill Cemetery, on the board of directors for both the Morgantown Community Center and the Community Foundation of Morgan County; where he has also served as grant chairman. He is the past president of the Morgantown Lions Club, past member of the Morgantown Rural Fire Department and served as co-chairman of the Morgantown Bi-Centennial Celebration. The Meredith family attends the Morgantown United Methodist Church and are also part of the Altruist Class. On Bill's free evenings, he donates his time serving meals at Mother's Cupboard in Brown County.
Suzanne has been a first generation, licensed funeral director with Meredith-Clark Funeral Home since December 2013. She is a graduate, with a Bachelor of Science Degree, from both Purdue University and Mid-America College of Funeral Service. Suzanne is the District 7 Director for the Indiana Funeral Directors Association and is active in the community serving on the Col. Vawter Day Committee, Morgantown Memorial Day Parade Committee, the annual Morgantown Community Clean Up Day and volunteers for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). She and her husband, Bill Moyer, attend the Trafalgar United Methodist Church, enjoy hiking, walking their husky mix, Lexi, and supporting their local community as well as their Purdue Boilermakers.
Karen has a 30+ year background in Long Term Care Administration & has been with our firm since 2011. It was a natural transition to Family Service Adviser and Pre-Need Sales Agent. Providing community education & assisting families with options for preplanning is an integral part of her role. “Being part of a family business that is committed to lifelong relationships with the families we serve is rewarding. I like knowing that those families we serve are the same people I see at the grocery store and local community events.” Karen & her husband Fred enjoy quiet country living on their hobby farm in Bean Blossom. She has been a volunteer with TRIAD of Brown County that provides support to seniors, shut-ins and disabled residents.