OUR STAFF

Our compassion and years of experience in guiding families through grief and loss help make us outstanding funeral directors. We abide by the highest standards of ethical practices and are committed to ensuring that each family's needs are more than adequately met. We are here to help for as long as you need us.

A Family Tradition . . . 

Having grown up at the funeral home, Bruce has been a part of the Hadley Funeral Home since 1966. Helping his parents led to a decision to pursue funeral service as a career. After graduating from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science in 1982, he returned to Windsor to begin sharing management responsibilities with his father, Bob Hadley. 

Sheila joined the Hadley Funeral Home team in 1989. She is involved in many aspects of the funeral home but her primary responsibilities involve the creative design of keepsake memorial folders and photo tributes. 

In 1998, Bruce and Sheila, purchased the funeral home from Bob and Gayle and became the owners. Bruce is licensed by the State of Missouri as a Funeral Director and an Embalmer. Sheila is licensed by the State of Missouri as a Funeral Director.


Bruce Hadley
President/Owner/Funeral Director
Email: bruce@hadleyfuneralhome.com
Office: 660.647.2125
Fax: 660.647.2124
Mobile: 660.525.1874

Sheila Hadley
Funeral Director/Owner/Creative Design
Email: sheila@hadleyfuneralhome.com
Office: 660.647.2125
Fax: 660.647.2124
Mobile: 660.525.1873

Mary Kay Howard has been with Hadley Funeral Home since 2000. As our primary secretary, you will frequently hear her voice when you call the funeral home during normal business hours. She assists families in a variety of ways, including helping with records, life insurance claims, and questions regarding genealogy research.

Mary Kay Howard
Secretary
Email: maryk@hadleyfuneralhome.com
Office: 660.647.2125
Fax: 660.647.2124

It's A Family Thing . . .

When they are not in school, you can find Bruce and Sheila's children helping around the funeral home. Lauren, Erin, and Robb have been a part of the life of the funeral home since their births. As they have grown, they have taken on responsibilities such as lawn care, washing vehicles, and helping with visitations and funerals.