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Owner / Funeral Director / Embalmer / Life Insurance Agent
Andy is a licensed funeral director, embalmer, and life insurance agent as well as an owner of Eberhardt-Stevenson Funeral Home & Crematory. He is a lifelong resident of Clintonville and is the fourth generation of the Eberhardt family to serve his community as a funeral director. He was a 1996 graduate of Clintonville High School and a 1999 graduate of Worsham College of Mortuary Science. Andy married Amy (Beltz) Eberhardt in 2003 and the couple have two boys; Spencer and Cole. They are active members of St. Martin Lutheran Church in Clintonville where Andy enjoys ushering and volunteering with the Men’s Group. Andy serves on the board of directors for the Clintonville Area Chapter of Shadows on the Wolf, a charitable organization which emphasizes youth involvement in the outdoors. He enjoys curling and is a member of the Clintonville Curling Club. Most of his time during the early summer is spent coaching his son’s teams with the Clintonville Youth Baseball League. One of Andy’s greatest enjoyments is spending time in the outdoors with his family. He loves deer hunting, fishing, sturgeon spearing, and if the round is going well, even golfing. Andy like most in the Clintonville area is a huge Green Bay Packer fan and also enjoys watching the Wisconsin Badgers and Milwaukee Brewers.
Funeral Director / Embalmer / Life Insurance Agent
The son of Scott and Diana Stevenson of Clintonville, Troy graduated with a Mortuary Science Degree from American River College in Sacramento, CA in 2012, and holds a funeral director/embalmer license as well as a life insurance license in Wisconsin. He was born in Clintonville and graduated from Clintonville High School in 2003. After graduation, Troy did a year of volunteer work as a musician with Youth Encounter, a twin cities-based youth ministry touring the East coast of the United States. He is a factory-certified Harley Davidson technician, having graduated from the Motorcycle Mechanic’s Institute in Phoenix, AZ in 2007. That same year, he was united in marriage to Joannie Bryan whom he had met through Youth Encounter. The couple then moved to California so he could pursue a career in motorcycle service. In 2010, Troy enrolled in mortuary college and began working at Cherokee Memorial Funeral Home in Lodi, CA. After graduation and an internship, the family returned to Clintonville to join Eberhardt-Stevenson Funeral Home & Crematory. Troy and Joannie have a four-year-old son, Noah and an infant daughter, Piper. Troy is a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Marion, and enjoys playing guitar in the Come Alive worship team. He is an active member of the Marion Lions Club and volunteers at various events through the club. He is also passionate about motorcycling, motorcycle road racing, rock music, football, OHV recreation, and working on his YJ model Jeep Wrangler.
Funeral Director Assistant / Part-Time
Scott was born in Clintonville and grew up on a dairy farm 5 miles East of Symco, WI. He graduated from Clintonville High School in 1975, continuing on to mortuary school at Milwaukee Area Technical College. After graduation, Scott served his apprenticeship at Holly Funeral Home in Waupaca, WI, and later worked at Cline-Hanson Funeral Home, New London. In 1983, he joined Eberhardt Funeral Home, and became partner in January of 1986 of the newly-named Eberhardt-Stevenson Funeral Home. Scott is a member of Christus Lutheran Church, Clintonville and is active in the church Brotherhood. He has held various positions on the board with the Marion Lions Club and has been awarded Lion of the Year, the Birch-Sturm Fellowship Award, and the Melvin Jones Fellow Award. Scott and his wife Diana live on a horse ranch in the Town of Larrabee, where he enjoys outdoor work and caring for the horses. The family also enjoys motorcycling and spending time camping together.