All of our staff adhere to the highest standard of ethical practices and are committed to ensuring that all of your needs are attended to. Their commitment to the community and genuine compassion toward families are but a few of the characteristics that make them outstanding in their field. We are proud to have them on our staff.
|Nick Robertson, Funeral Director/Embalmer|
Nick has lived in McCrory for the entirety of his life. He is a graduate of McCrory High School. He has an associate's degree in Business and Funeral Science from Arkansas State University. He has been with Thompson-Wilson Funeral Homes since 2012. He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He currently serves as manager for Thompson-Wilson Funeral Home. His wife, Teah teaches GT in McCrory School District. They have three children. He is a member of Wynne Rotary Club and McCrory Lions Club. He loves to play golf and spend time with his family.
|Dianne Cain, Funeral Director/Preneed Counselor|
Dianne joined Thompson-Wilson Funeral Homes in September of 2015 with over 15 years of experience in the funeral industry. A graduate of Bald Knob High School, she was raised in Bradford and in 1984 married Mark Cain and moved to McCrory. They have two grown children and four grandchildren, Trista Cox who lives in Paragould with her husband, Michael and their three children, Avery, Jett, and Willow and Matt Cain who lives in McCrory with his wife, Melanie and their daughter, Marley. She is a licensed funeral director and preneed counselor. She calls it a blessing, meeting and serving the families in their time of need.
|Mike Tubbs, Funeral Director Apprentice|
Mike joined Thompson-Wilson Funeral Homes in May of 2016. He is a graduate of McCrory High School. He and his wife, Cori, have three children, Bailey, Gavin, and Braiden. Mike is currently serving an apprenticeship to obtain his funeral director's license. He is also an Ordained Baptist Minister.
Susie Odom was born in Tennessee and ultimately graduated from Newport High School. She and her husband, Buddy now live in Tupelo and are the proud parents of one daughter and loving grandparents to one granddaughter. Susie became a part of the Thompson-Wilson Funeral Home family in 1999.