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Trey Sebrelll, CFSP
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.
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 Missile 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 many years with the Boy Scouts of Amrica 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 Vigil Honore 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 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 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.
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.