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Joshua P. Snouffer

Joshua P. Snouffer

Owner & Funeral Director

Joshua Snouffer was born in Zanesville and grew up in McConnelsville. Josh has two children Rebecca and Lucas. He is a graduate of Morgan High School and a 1996 graduate  from The Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science where he served as class President. Josh is a Licensed Funeral Director & Embalmer, life insurance agent and a certified crematory operator. He is a member of the West Muskingum Lions Club, Kiwanis Club of  Zanesville, Peerless Lodge #591 F.&A.M., Crooksville, Doric Lodge #172 F.&A.M., Deavertown, Scottish Rite Valley of Cambridge, National Rifle Association, Ohio Gun Collector's Association, Fraternal Order of the Eagles #302, the Zanesville Country Club and a member of The Genesis Hospice & Palliative Care Advisory Board. He serves on the Washington Township Fire Department as a fire fighter and Vice President. Josh enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family.

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Brad McCune

Brad McCune

Funeral Director

Brad McCune was born in Zanesville, OH and raised near Malta Ohio. A 1992 graduate of Morgan High School, where he was active in FFA, and is a Charter Lifetime member of the Morgan FFA Alumni. Graduated Cum Laude in 1997 from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science and was the recipient of the Homer D. Leffler Award for Funeral Directing and Counseling. Brad is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in both Ohio and West Virginia; currently serves as President of the Old Steam and Gas Club  and the Buckeye Allis Club. Brad enjoys antique tractor pulling and traveling to local, state and national shows with his Allis Chalmers tractors. Brad and his wife Jennifer have one son Alexander.


Gene Hanning

Gene Hanning

Transportation Director/Family Service Specialist

Gene Hanning was raised in Morgan county and a graduate of Morgan High School. He resides in Muskingum county with his wife Kathy Hanning, whom he married in 1975. They have a daughter Jennifer and a son Stacy. They are also the proud grandparents of a grandson Alexander and three step granddaughters.

Gene retired from the Franklin Township Fire Department in Columbus after 25 years of service. He is currently the Fire Chief at Washington Township Fire Department. He is a certified Fire and EMS Service Instructor since 1975 and has helped many individuals throughout Ohio obtain their certifications.

He is a member of the Old Steam and Gas Tractor Club and his hobbies include watching NASCAR and attending local stock car races.


Jerry Burns

Jerry Burns

Family Service Specialist

Jerry Burns was raised in Crooksville and a graduate of Crooksville High School. He married Sue White in 1985 and they reside in Rose Farm. They have three children, five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. He worked for Fred L. Cannon Funeral Home and Cannon and Cannon Funeral Home in Crooksville. Jerry retired from Crooksville High School after 30+ years.

Jerry is a 50+ member of Peerless Lodge #591, Sons of American Legion Post #222 and a 22 year member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles #302 Zanesville.


Mandee Davis

Office Manager

Mandee Davis was born and raised in Zanesville. She is a 1994 graduate of West Muskingum High School. Mandee resides in Muskingum county with her husband Jason and their three daughters: Riley, Mersadies and Addison.



Tom Tewksbary

Tom Tewksbary

Family Service Specialist

Tom Tewksbary was born in Gallipolis and raised in Wellston.  He graduated high school in 1965 and went on to receive his Bachelors degree from Rio Grande and a Masters degree from Xavier. He taught social studies and was student council advisor at Morgan High School for 31 years. He had the pleasure of teaching Josh, Brad, Gene and Kathy.

He was married to Joanne Ambrose for 35 years before she passed away in 2005. Tom is married to Katie and together they have five children and several grandchildren.

Tom has been a member of the Lion's Club in Duncan Falls and Zanesville, where he has served as President and held District, Zone and State offices. He has served on the Zoning Board of Appeals for Wayne Township for many years. He is also a member of Washington Township Fire Department and serves as their Secretary/Treasurer.


Becky Joseph

Becky Joseph

Aftercare Specialist

Born and raised in Zanesville, Becky married Bill Joseph in 1981.  They have three sons Andrew, Matthew and Vincent and two daughter in laws, Jenna and Alaina.  In 2014 they were blessed with the first of what became four grandsons and one granddaughter who have brought even more joy to their lives.

A graduate of Ohio University Zanesville’s Nursing Program, Becky began her nursing career with Bethesda Hospital in 1979, joining Good Samaritan Hospital in 1980.  She continued her service throughout 38 years, retiring from Genesis Hospital in 2016.   Retirement didn’t last long; over the past 3 years she has enjoyed working with Northpointe Surgical Suites, and Interim Healthcare Hospice.  Becky believes her call to be a nurse has been a gift and privilege given by God to share with others.

Now, as an addition to our funeral home, Becky hopes to share that same compassion and empathy with those who are experiencing the passing of a loved one.  Becky’s role will be providing family aftercare, community education and public relations. 

Becky’s free time is spent with family and friends.  She and her husband are planning several camping trips to National Parks in the coming year, as well as, spending more time with grandchildren.  When not with family, Becky enjoys photography and outdoor activities with girlfriends, and opportunities to serve our community through church missions to Haiti, small group bible studies,  Zanesville Daybreak Rotary club projects, and activities with the Muskingum County Veterans Appreciation Foundation.


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