Jim has been at the funeral home since the early 1970ís and remains active in every aspect of the business. Jim is a graduate of Marshall High School and Missouri Valley College in Marshall, and the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science in Dallas, TX. Jim is a licensed funeral director and embalmer.
Julie is a graduate of William Jewell College in Liberty, MO, with a degree in piano performance and plays for many of the services. Julie is very active in several community organizations.
Julie serves as organist of First Baptist Church, where she and Jim are both long time members. Julie also accompanies the Marshall Community Chorus.
They have two children, Ann Lewis, who lives in Kansas City, MO and Hunter Lewis, who lives in Marshall.
William W. (Willie) Harlow has been a member of the Campbell-Lewis family since 1995 where he is a funeral director and embalmer, as well as helping manage the day to day operations of the funeral homes. Willie is a 1994 graduate of Marshall High School, attended Missouri Valley College and is a graduate of Kansas City Kansas Community College with a degree in Mortuary Science. He serves as the Coroner of Saline County, MO, a position held since January 1, 2005.
Susie Lewis, sister of Jim Lewis, has been at the funeral home since 1992. Susie is a licensed funeral director and helps accomplish the day to day operations of the business office. From filing of death certificates to assisting families with insurance claims, Susie is a great asset for the families we serve. Susie is a graduate of Marshall High School and the University of Missouri-Columbia with a bachelors degree in French education and then earned a masters degree in curriculum and instruction from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater.
Stan Oetting was born and raised in Concordia on the family farm. Stan is a graduate of Concordia High School and has been a life long farmer in the Concordia area. He started working part-time at the funeral home in 2003, helping with visitations. Stan is now a licensed funeral director and full time staff member of the funeral home. Stan and his wife, Kathryn, are active members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Concordia. Stan continues to do some farming and also operates Stan Oetting Monument Sales.
James Hunter Lewis, V (Hunter), is a 2010 graduate of University of Missouri-Columbia, with a degree in business management. He works full time at the funeral home, where he assists at funeral services as well as in the main business office operations. Hunter is a member of First Baptist Church in Marshall.
Part time staff
Campbell-Lewis Funeral Home is fortunate to have a staff of part time employees who help in almost every aspect of the business. From providing assistance for funerals and visitations to assisting in the office, our part time staff is a valuable asset.
They include: Mary Jo Berry of Sweet Springs; Linda King, Carl Clemmons and Steve Fornshell, all of Marshall; and Jan Renno of Concordia.