Owner, Funeral Director
Brian graduated from Loyola University in Chicago with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. He has been working in funeral service since 1999, when he graduated with honors from Worsham College of Mortuary Science. Brian lived in Appleton, Wisconsin for eight years, managing a multi-location funeral home. In March of 2008 he acquired the Schoenfeld Funeral Home from Allen Schoenfeld. Brian has a dual-state license that allows him to practice Funeral Directing and Embalming in both Wisconsin and Illinois. He is a licensed agent for Preneed Funeral and Burial Agreements, allowing him to assist families with all aspects of pre-planning. Brian has dedicated his professional life to the planning and orchestration of meaningful and dignified final tributes.
Brian is an active member of the Beloit community. He is committed to local civic and fraternal organizations that promote unity and fellowship throughout the area. He is a member of the Moose Lodge #191, the Beloit Noon Lions Club, the Elks Club, Ducks Unlimited, The Knights of Columbus, and Our Lady of the Assumption Parish. He belongs to the Greater Beloit Chamber of Commerce as well as Northeast Business Association (NEBA).
Brian and his wife, Diane, have been married since 2000 and have three children, Avery, Griffin, and Charlotte. Together they enjoy competitive slalom waterskiing, boating, and the many family activities that the Rock River Valley has to offer.
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Steven L. Hammill
Steven L. Hammill was born in Beloit, Wisconsin. He is a 1968 graduate of Beloit Memorial High School. He is married to Joan Voigtman and the father of two children, Sarah Brooks and Jeremy Hammill and grandfather of two, Christian and Shelby Brooks. Steve is a 1985 graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Skokie, IL and is licensed to practice Funeral Directing and Embalming in Wisconsin.
Active in the community, he has been a member of Beloit Optimist Club, currently secretary of Beloit Noon Kiwanis Club, past Vice Chairman of the Board of First American Credit Union, member of South Central Funeral Directors Association and past board member of Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association, and former member of OGR (Order of the Golden Rule). He is an active member, past chairman, and substitute organist of St. Andrew Lutheran Church and directed a community choir for several years. He is an avid fisherman, plays golf poorly, and loves to travel the world.
Steve enjoys meeting new people throughout the greater Beloit community and is honored to be able to help families in their greatest time of need at the loss of a loved one. A smile, a hug, and some thoughtful words of comfort are what you have come to know him for.
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Kathleen E. Anderson
Kathleen “Kathy” E. Anderson was born and raised in Beloit, Wisconsin one of nine children. She is a graduate of Beloit Memorial High School and Blackhawk Technical College. She has two step children, David and Linda. Kathy worked for 23 1/2 years at the Beloit Corporation. She joined Brian Mark Funeral Home in 2006. She is the office manager taking care of all of the paperwork involved with a funeral service.
She enjoys reading, creating all of her own greeting cards, watching the Green Bay Packers play and spending time with her family and friends.
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