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Our Funeral Directors & Staff
We are nothing without our dedicated staff. If you take a few minutes to get to know us online, when you walk through our doors and see familiar faces, it will make your experience with us that much better.
|Eddie L. McNett, Owner, Funeral Director|
Eddie L. McNett was born in Andrews and graduated from Andrews High School. He married Betty Wideman McNett in 1966, while he was attending the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in Dallas, which he graduated from in 1967. He is a licensed funeral director and embalmer. He has lived most of his life in Andrews. He is a member and has served as president of the West Texas Funeral Directors Association, Andrews Rotary Club, Andrews Chamber Ambassadors, and as a board of director for the Texas Funeral Directors Association. He is also a member of the Andrews Industrial Foundation, National Funeral Directors Association, and attends First Baptist Church. Eddie and Betty have a son, Brian McNett, a daughter, Becky Johnson, and 4 grandchildren.
|Betty L. McNett, Owner|
Betty L. McNett was born in Blackwell, Oklahoma and graduated from Blackwell High School. She married Eddie McNett in 1966, when he was attending Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in Dallas. She has lived in Andrews for most of her life with her family. She servedas a board of director for the Andrews Zoning Board. She is a member of the Andrews Chamber Of Commerce, Texas Funeral Directors Association, West Texas Funeral Directors Association, National Funeral Directors Association and attends First Baptist Church. Betty and Eddie have a son, Brian McNett, a daughter, Becky Johnson, and 4 grandchildren.
|Rex Johnson, Funeral Director|
|Jack Gregg, Funeral Director Assistant|
Jack Gregg was born in Gorman and served in the US Navy during the Korean Conflict and Vietnam Era. He has lived in Andrews since 1967. He retired from the City Of Andrews Police Department in 1980 and retired as Chief Juvenile Probation Officer for Andrews County in 1997. He is a member and has served as president of the West Texas Juvenile Chief's Association.. He is a member and past master of the Andrews Masonic Lodge #1024 and a 32nd degree Mason of the Scottish Rite in Lubbock. Jack also serves as the Andrews County Veterans Officer. He is a member of Northcrest Baptist Church. He is married to Gaye Nell Brewer Gregg, has 5 children, and 10 grandchildren.