Learn our story, from the beginning and into the future.
We dedicate ourselves
to our families that come to us from all different backgrounds. Here at Wilcox
Family Funeral Home and Crematory, we take great pride in the fact that we give
all families our highest level of professionalism and care.
When families come to us in their time of need, we respond with calmness,
kindness, and all our experience. Our goal at Wilcox Family Funeral Home and
Crematory is to provide our families with a beautiful, unique, and meaningful
service. We make each step of the planning process easy and work diligently to
meet your needs during this difficult time.
Who We Are
Meet our staff. Members of the local community make everything that happens possible.
Together, we make this place amazing.
Freddie Mark Wilcox
Freddie Mark Wilcox is the son of Rosemary Wilcox and the late Freddie Wilcox of Greenbrier, Arkansas. Freddie Mark attended and graduated from Greenbrier School District. He attended Arkansas Tech, University of Central Arkansas, and Central Baptist College where he earned an Associates of Arts degree in Business Management. He married Patricia (Trish) Hart of Greenbrier. Freddie Mark and Trish have one daughter, Katie Hussman of Greenbrier.
Freddie Mark is the Pastor of LifeSong Baptist Church, in the heart of Greenbrier where he has pastored for over twelve years.
While growing up on the family farm, Freddie Mark learned not only about raising cattle and farm life, but his mom and dad taught him the value of how to treat and respect all people. This trait has always run deep in the Wilcox family.
He loves farm life, gardening, beach trips, meeting new people and spending time with his family, especially his grandkids Beau and Andi.
Freddie Mark, along with his daughter, Katie, own and operate Wilcox Family Funeral Home and Crematory
Katie Wilcox Hussman is the daughter of Freddie Mark and Trish Wilcox. Katie was born and raised in Greenbrier, Arkansas.
She attended and graduated from both Greenbrier High School and Central Baptist College.
Katie is married to Michael Hussman, Michael is from Alexandria, Louisiana and works at Westrock packing in Conway, Arkansas.
They have two beautiful children, son, Beau and daughter, Andi Rose.
Michael and Katie reside on their family farm. They spend their time at their kids sporting events, enjoy quality time with family and friends, and serve at LifeSong Baptist Church. Katie is an owner and Funeral Director of Wilcox Family Funeral Home and Crematory.
Danny Fagala is the son of Brother Charles “Dan” Fagala and Joyce Ann (Speer) Fagala he
was raised in Gravette, Arkansas.
Danny graduated from Gravette High School and graduated from Central Baptist College in 1988 with an Associates of Arts in General Education degree. In May of 2001 he earned his degree in Mortuary Science at Arkansas State University in Mountain Home, Arkansas.
He married Robin Clark in 1987 and they have three daughters, Lauren Farris, Kelsey Sandefur, and Kaylen Fagala; three grandchildren, Finn, Savannah, and Lilah.
He has been an associate pastor and music minister since 2000 at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Greenbrier, Arkansas which lead him to move to Greenbrier in 2003 where he raised his children.
Danny loves his family and spending time with his grandchildren. He enjoys going fishing, playing golf, watching the Hogs in his free time and giving back and serving his community.
Kelsey Jones is a lifelong resident of Arkansas, who in her free time enjoys spending quality time with her family and remaining active in volunteering with their sports teams, traveling and spending time outdoors. She is a licensed funeral director who helps run the day-to-day operations at Wilcox Family Funeral Home and Crematory.
Roger Mason of Greenbrier, Arkansas is married to Michelle Mason. They have two daughters, Brooke Mason and Chloe Mason. He moved from Memphis, Tennessee to Greenbrier, Arkansas in 1996 where he raised his girls and was active in band boosters, and coached soccer 2 1/2 years at Greenbrier School District. He was in sales for 25 years before working in the funeral industry.
Roger enjoys spending his time with his grandchildren and family. He also loves going to drag races, going to car shows, and cooking.
Funeral Director's Assistant
Brother Gaylon King of Greenbrier, Arkansas is a lifelong preacher. He was ordained in 1968 and has dedicated most of his adult life faithfully serving in ministry and pastoring at many churches including retiring after 31 years from Immanuel Baptist Church in Greenbrier. He has one son, Eric King and his wife Sarah, and two granddaughters. He has been active in many roles in the community including being Chaplin of the Greenbrier Police Department for over 20 years. He enjoys spending time with his family, friends, church community and any one in need. He also enjoys watching the Razorbacks play and is an avid Greenbrier Panther supporter.