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John Barnes, CFSP
Funeral Director/Embalmer
Serving the public with the Roller family since 1977. John and his wife Lynda have lived in Mountain Home since 1981. They have two grown children and two grandchildren. John is the organist , choir director, and director of music at St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church; is a past Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus, a member of the Mountain Home Kiwanis Club, the Mountain Home Educational Foundation and was voted 2009 "Funeral Director of the Year" by the Arkansas Funeral Directors Association. He has twice received the Denver Roller Award.
Todd McCoy, CFSP
Funeral Director/Embalmer
Funeral Home Manager
Todd McCoy is a funeral director and embalmer and serving as an assistant manager to long-time Roller Funeral Home manager John Barnes. On his mother's side of the family, Todd is a member of a native Baxter County family. His grandparents, the late Ed and Lois Henderson were Norfork natives. He began his career in funeral service as a senior in high school in 1988, in Carthage, Missouri, and became assistant manager of the funeral home; he later served as manager of a funeral home in Lamar, Missouri. Todd and his wife, Bethany, have two children: Kyle and Emily and are members of East Side Baptist Church. He is also a member of the Mountain Home Rotary Club, the Twin Lakes Shrine Club, and Mountain Home Masonic Lodge #225.
Matthew Buel
Funeral Director / Embalmer
Born in New Orleans, Matthew has lived in Mountain Home since 1977. He and his wife Pam have six children. Matt's other loves are Christian contemporary music, camping and canoeing. "I really love my job because it is a ministry."
Don Lee
Funeral Director
Don Lee, a licensed funeral director, comes from Columbia, MO, where he served families for 27 years. He holds a bachelors degree in Political Science from the University of Missouri. After the death of his wife, he married Robbie Dilbeck, a Gassville native,and moved to Mountain Home. He is a member of the Wade & Cross Street Church of Christ and the Mountain Home Kiwanis Club. He and his wife Robbie have a daughter, Jaci Harper Lee.
William Byrnes
Funeral Director
Bill was born in Chicago and moved to the Twin Lakes area in 1973. He has been a funeral director with Roller since 1987, and is a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church, the Twin Lakes Marines, and the Mountain Home Kiwanis Club. Bill and Arlene were married in 1962, and have 3 children and 9 grandchildren.
Laura Lively
Preplanning Consultant
Pete Crippen
Funeral Director/Embalmer
Pete, a part-time funeral director/embalmer, has been with Roller Funeral Home since 1996. He and his wife, Ginger, are members of the First United Methodist Church, and have lived in Mountain Home over 25 years.
Bradley Hays, CFSP
Funeral Director / Embalmer
Mary Layfield Haney
Receptionist/Hostess
Born in Ohio, Mary has lived in Mountain Home since infancy. She is a 1957 graduate of Mountain Home High School and a member of First United Methodist Church. The widow of Pete Haney, she has two children and one grandson. After retirement from Watlow Electric Manufacturing, Columbia, Missouri, Mary moved back to Mountain Home and has served families at Roller Funeral Home since 2005.
Ann-Marie Mills
Regional Office Manager
Local Office Manager
Ann joined the Roller team in June of 1999 and feels honored to be of service to others. She is a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church where she sings in the Adult Choir and also serves as a Cantor. Ann and her husband, Greg, are proud parents to son Jason and Daughter-In-Law, Tracy, and very proud Grandparents to little Grace Marie and Emma Faith!

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