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Our Staff

Our Staff's Commitment to You.

 

Staff members of our funeral home are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. These requests and traditions are of utmost importance to our staff of licensed funeral directors.

 

Our Staff

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Trey Sebrell Owner | Funeral Director

Ralph E. (Trey) Sebrell, III., a  resident of Jackson since age two, he attended elementary school at First Presbyterian Day School. He began working at Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home at age 16, working part time answering phone calls and assisting on funerals. Trey continued working at the funeral home while attending Junior High and High School at Jackson Academy. After graduation, Trey remained on the payroll at the funeral home while working towards his degree at the University of Mississippi. While attending college, Trey would assist Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home when home on the weekends or summer.

 

After graduation, he returned to Jackson and began working as a apprentice. After completion, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he earned his degree in Funeral Service at John A. Gupton College. After successful completion of the National Board Examination, he began his career as an Assistant Funeral Director and Embalmer at Wright & Ferguson. He was quickly promoted to funeral director, becoming the youngest funeral director at Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home. While at Wright & Ferguson, he served hundreds of families with care and compassion. Trey earned his Eagle Scout Award from Boy Scout Troop 1, the oldest Boy Scout Troop in Mississippi.Trey is married to Deborah Monsour Sebrell, a Speech Pathologist with Willowood Developmental Center. Trey and his wife Deborah are cradle Episcopalians and are active communicants of St. James' Episcopal Church in Jackson. 

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Katherine B. McElveen Funeral Director and Embalmer sebrellfuneralhome@gmail.com

Katherine "Kitty" Bell McElveen, is a native of Walls, Mississippi where she was born and raised.  In 2003 she moved to Nashville, Tennessee to officially pursue her degree, and attended John A. Gupton College of Mortuary Science.  In 2005, she earned her Associates Degree in Funeral Service and began her apprenticeship under the direction of Mr. Jim Brewer at Marshall-Donnelly Combs Funeral Home in Nashville, Tennessee.  After serving her requirements in the State of Tennessee, she was licensed as a Funeral Director and Embalmer.  She reciprocated her license to the State of Mississippi and was certified and granted licensure as a Funeral Service Professional in April, 2010.

After residing in middle Tennessee for the good part of six years she moved to Memphis, Tennessee and worked at a local firm for a few years.  In March of 2013 she made her final relocation to Crystal Springs, Mississippi and married the love of her life, Keith McElveen.

God saw fit to bless their union further in 2015 when Kitty discovered she was expecting her first and only child. In January of 2016, this child entered the world.  She was named Isabella, which means, "Devoted to God" and she is the shining star and the center of her parents universe.  

Katherine has worked in and around the funeral business in many facets since she was 18 years old and discovered at the age of 12 after her grandmother, Mabel Bell, passed away suddenly, that it was her life's mission to offer compassion and kindness to every person who grieves.  She believes one of the worst things in life is to suffer the loss of someone who is treasured and held dear.  She understands that the departure of a human life leaves a void.  She is of the Catholic Faith and Baptized at the Cathedral of The Incarnation in Nashville, Tennessee.

She has found her home at Sebrell Funeral Home and she continues to offer care to those in need. 

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Tre' Spencer Apprentice Funeral Director

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Linda Edwards Family Service Counselor

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Ben Patin Funeral Director Sebrellfuneralhome@gmail.com

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Nita Outlaw Funeral Director and Manager

Nita serves as Funeral Director at Sebrell Funeral Home. 

Born and raised in Choctaw County, MS., Nita graduated from Weir High School. She continued her education earning her Associate Degree in Business from the University of Washington. 
Nita began her career in the insurance business, and then stayed home to raise her son and daughter, before beginning her career in the funeral business. Nita became a licensed funeral director in 2004. 
Nita lives in Clinton and is and active member of Parkway Baptist Church. She directs the Miss Clinton Scholarship Pageant and likes to  smock and sew for her granddaughters.
Nita and husband, Johnny, have one grandson and four granddaughters. 

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Leigh Ann Krzyzkowski Funeral Director sebrellfuneralhome@gmail.com

Leigh Ann serves as a funeral director at Sebrell Funeral home. 

 

Leigh Ann, born and raised in Madison county, graduated high school from Tri-County Academy, and then furthered her education at Holmes Community College in Ridgeland, Mississippi recieving two associates degrees one in Arts and the other in Funeral Service Technology. Leigh Ann has been in the funeral business since 2011, and has enjoyed working with every family she comes in contact with. She loves doing charity work with Stew Pot and Our Daily Bread, she also attends Grace Fellowship Baptist Church in Canton, MS. where she is a member of the Sisterhood. Leigh Ann loves spending her free time with her husband,son and their 3 fur children (dogs). 

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Dick Hutchinson Family Service Manager

Dick Hutchinson, Family Service Manager for Sebrell Funeral Home, is a long time resident of Madison, MS. He has been in the funeral pre-planning industry for many years. 

"Sebrell emphasizes honor, dignity, compassion, and intergrity to serve all families who choose our family owned funeral home for thier loved one's service." 

"No one likes to think about the day when you will have to plan your loved one's serve, especially on the worst day of your life, but that day is inevitable for all. We know, based on years of experience that this obligation is made much easier by pre-planning a fully insured policy, taking into your account requests and final wishes." 

 

Call Dick Hutchinson for all your prearrangement needs. 

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Johnny Jungkind Associate Funeral Director

Johnny Jundkind serves as an Assistant Funeral Director at Sebrell Funeral Home. Johnny was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, A veteran, he served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War from 1968-1969. Johnny worked for the VA Regional Office in the Home Loan Department for 30 years until retirement. Johnny is maried to Lynda Jundkind, the owner and operator of Premier Bride Magazine. Johnny and Lynda are communicants of St. Phillip's Episcopal Church where Johnny serves as an Usher. 

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Jim Carrington Associate Funeral Director

Jim is a native of Calhoun County and graduate of Coldwater High School. After graduating from Mississippi State University in 1964, he worked as an officer with the Mississippi Highway Patrol before going to work with the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation. After retiring following 33 years with Farm Bureau Jim worked as a lobbyist and photographer. He began part time employment with Sebrell Funeral Home in 2012. Jim and his wife Debbie, a high school counselor, live in Jackson. 

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Tommy Sebrell Comptroller

Tommy Sebrell, father of Trey Sebrell, serves as the Comptroller of Sebrell Funeral Home. Tommy was born in Florence, South Carolina. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, he served in the United States Air Force during the Cuban Missle Crisis. He began his career working for Servico, Inc., a franchise operator of Holiday Inn. Tommy moved to Jackson in 1975 and began working as the Chief Financial Officer of the Country Club of Jackson for 34 years until his retirement in 2009. Tommy was active for may years with the Boy Scouts of America and served as the Scoutmaster for Troop 1 for 20 years and Lodge Advisor for the Order of the Arrow, where he was honored to be a Vigil Honor Member. During his time as a volunteer in scouting, he received the Silver Beaver Award, the Founders Award and the James E. West Fellow. He is married to Pat S. Sebrell, a retired RN. They are active communicants of St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Jackson where Tommy has served on the Vestry and currently serves as a Verger. He has served on the Board of Managers for Gray Center and as the Diocese Chairman for Cursillo. Tommy was honored by the Episcopal Church for his many years of volunteer service to youth with the St. George Award. 

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Tammy Breedlove Beautician

Tammy Breedlove was born and raised in Jackson, MS. She received her education at Hinds Community College and passed the Barber Boards in 1986. She held increasing management positions with local salons and opened her own salon, Family Hair Designers, in 1997 in Ridgeland.

 

She currently owns and operates Hair & Nails of Madison (behind Strawberry Cafe in Madison).

Trey Sebrell

Owner | Funeral Director
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Ralph E. (Trey) Sebrell, III., a  resident of Jackson since age two, he attended elementary school at First Presbyterian Day School. He began working at Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home at age 16, working part time answering phone calls and assisting on funerals. Trey continued working at the funeral home while attending Junior High and High School at Jackson Academy. After graduation, Trey remained on the payroll at the funeral home while working towards his degree at the University of Mississippi. While attending college, Trey would assist Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home when home on the weekends or summer.

 

After graduation, he returned to Jackson and began working as a apprentice. After completion, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he earned his degree in Funeral Service at John A. Gupton College. After successful completion of the National Board Examination, he began his career as an Assistant Funeral Director and Embalmer at Wright & Ferguson. He was quickly promoted to funeral director, becoming the youngest funeral director at Wright & Ferguson Funeral Home. While at Wright & Ferguson, he served hundreds of families with care and compassion. Trey earned his Eagle Scout Award from Boy Scout Troop 1, the oldest Boy Scout Troop in Mississippi.Trey is married to Deborah Monsour Sebrell, a Speech Pathologist with Willowood Developmental Center. Trey and his wife Deborah are cradle Episcopalians and are active communicants of St. James' Episcopal Church in Jackson. 

Katherine B. McElveen

Funeral Director and Embalmer
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Katherine "Kitty" Bell McElveen, is a native of Walls, Mississippi where she was born and raised.  In 2003 she moved to Nashville, Tennessee to officially pursue her degree, and attended John A. Gupton College of Mortuary Science.  In 2005, she earned her Associates Degree in Funeral Service and began her apprenticeship under the direction of Mr. Jim Brewer at Marshall-Donnelly Combs Funeral Home in Nashville, Tennessee.  After serving her requirements in the State of Tennessee, she was licensed as a Funeral Director and Embalmer.  She reciprocated her license to the State of Mississippi and was certified and granted licensure as a Funeral Service Professional in April, 2010.

After residing in middle Tennessee for the good part of six years she moved to Memphis, Tennessee and worked at a local firm for a few years.  In March of 2013 she made her final relocation to Crystal Springs, Mississippi and married the love of her life, Keith McElveen.

God saw fit to bless their union further in 2015 when Kitty discovered she was expecting her first and only child. In January of 2016, this child entered the world.  She was named Isabella, which means, "Devoted to God" and she is the shining star and the center of her parents universe.  

Katherine has worked in and around the funeral business in many facets since she was 18 years old and discovered at the age of 12 after her grandmother, Mabel Bell, passed away suddenly, that it was her life's mission to offer compassion and kindness to every person who grieves.  She believes one of the worst things in life is to suffer the loss of someone who is treasured and held dear.  She understands that the departure of a human life leaves a void.  She is of the Catholic Faith and Baptized at the Cathedral of The Incarnation in Nashville, Tennessee.

She has found her home at Sebrell Funeral Home and she continues to offer care to those in need. 

Tre' Spencer

Apprentice Funeral Director
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Linda Edwards

Family Service Counselor
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Ben Patin

Funeral Director
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Nita Outlaw

Funeral Director and Manager
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Nita serves as Funeral Director at Sebrell Funeral Home. 

Born and raised in Choctaw County, MS., Nita graduated from Weir High School. She continued her education earning her Associate Degree in Business from the University of Washington. 
Nita began her career in the insurance business, and then stayed home to raise her son and daughter, before beginning her career in the funeral business. Nita became a licensed funeral director in 2004. 
Nita lives in Clinton and is and active member of Parkway Baptist Church. She directs the Miss Clinton Scholarship Pageant and likes to  smock and sew for her granddaughters.
Nita and husband, Johnny, have one grandson and four granddaughters. 

Leigh Ann Krzyzkowski

Funeral Director
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Leigh Ann serves as a funeral director at Sebrell Funeral home. 

 

Leigh Ann, born and raised in Madison county, graduated high school from Tri-County Academy, and then furthered her education at Holmes Community College in Ridgeland, Mississippi recieving two associates degrees one in Arts and the other in Funeral Service Technology. Leigh Ann has been in the funeral business since 2011, and has enjoyed working with every family she comes in contact with. She loves doing charity work with Stew Pot and Our Daily Bread, she also attends Grace Fellowship Baptist Church in Canton, MS. where she is a member of the Sisterhood. Leigh Ann loves spending her free time with her husband,son and their 3 fur children (dogs). 

Dick Hutchinson

Family Service Manager
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Dick Hutchinson, Family Service Manager for Sebrell Funeral Home, is a long time resident of Madison, MS. He has been in the funeral pre-planning industry for many years. 

"Sebrell emphasizes honor, dignity, compassion, and intergrity to serve all families who choose our family owned funeral home for thier loved one's service." 

"No one likes to think about the day when you will have to plan your loved one's serve, especially on the worst day of your life, but that day is inevitable for all. We know, based on years of experience that this obligation is made much easier by pre-planning a fully insured policy, taking into your account requests and final wishes." 

 

Call Dick Hutchinson for all your prearrangement needs. 

Johnny Jungkind

Associate Funeral Director
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Johnny Jundkind serves as an Assistant Funeral Director at Sebrell Funeral Home. Johnny was born in Little Rock, Arkansas, A veteran, he served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War from 1968-1969. Johnny worked for the VA Regional Office in the Home Loan Department for 30 years until retirement. Johnny is maried to Lynda Jundkind, the owner and operator of Premier Bride Magazine. Johnny and Lynda are communicants of St. Phillip's Episcopal Church where Johnny serves as an Usher. 

Jim Carrington

Associate Funeral Director
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Jim is a native of Calhoun County and graduate of Coldwater High School. After graduating from Mississippi State University in 1964, he worked as an officer with the Mississippi Highway Patrol before going to work with the Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation. After retiring following 33 years with Farm Bureau Jim worked as a lobbyist and photographer. He began part time employment with Sebrell Funeral Home in 2012. Jim and his wife Debbie, a high school counselor, live in Jackson. 

Tommy Sebrell

Comptroller
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Tommy Sebrell, father of Trey Sebrell, serves as the Comptroller of Sebrell Funeral Home. Tommy was born in Florence, South Carolina. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, he served in the United States Air Force during the Cuban Missle Crisis. He began his career working for Servico, Inc., a franchise operator of Holiday Inn. Tommy moved to Jackson in 1975 and began working as the Chief Financial Officer of the Country Club of Jackson for 34 years until his retirement in 2009. Tommy was active for may years with the Boy Scouts of America and served as the Scoutmaster for Troop 1 for 20 years and Lodge Advisor for the Order of the Arrow, where he was honored to be a Vigil Honor Member. During his time as a volunteer in scouting, he received the Silver Beaver Award, the Founders Award and the James E. West Fellow. He is married to Pat S. Sebrell, a retired RN. They are active communicants of St. Philip's Episcopal Church in Jackson where Tommy has served on the Vestry and currently serves as a Verger. He has served on the Board of Managers for Gray Center and as the Diocese Chairman for Cursillo. Tommy was honored by the Episcopal Church for his many years of volunteer service to youth with the St. George Award. 

Tammy Breedlove

Beautician
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Tammy Breedlove was born and raised in Jackson, MS. She received her education at Hinds Community College and passed the Barber Boards in 1986. She held increasing management positions with local salons and opened her own salon, Family Hair Designers, in 1997 in Ridgeland.

 

She currently owns and operates Hair & Nails of Madison (behind Strawberry Cafe in Madison).