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Schueneman Tumbleson Funeral Home staff are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. We strive to meet the needs and support each family we serve In a caring and compassionate manner. 

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Mark and Chris Schueneman Owners/Funeral Director/Office Administrator

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James and Brandee Golnick Owners/Funeral Directors info@stfh.info

We grew up in southern Minnesota and were married in 1998. After having three kids, we decided to pursue our calling as funeral directors and attended Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg. We graduated in 2011 with degrees in Mortuary Science. While attending college we had our fourth child, we then moved to Port Byron, Illinois where James worked at Gibson-Bode Funeral Homes for six years. Brandee worked at River View Veterinary Service and at Gibson-Bode Funeral Homes during that time. We moved to Kewanee, Illinois in April 2017 to be a part of the Schueneman-Tumbleson Funeral Home. 

 

Three of our kids attend Kewanee Schools. Our oldest is attending Black Hawk College, Galva. They all enjoy swimming, music, sports and our family pets. 

 

James is a member of Kiwanis and enjoys playing disc golf and camping.

 

Brandee enjoys reading, crocheting and quilting. 

 

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Brock and Molly Tumbleson Retired Funeral Director/Owner

Brock and Molly (Madsen) were both born in Kewanee. They graduated from Western High School in Buda and were High School sweethearts. They married in August of 1976. Brock graduated from BHE and Southern Illinois University with a degree in Mortuary Science. He began working at the funeral home in 1974, became co-owner with Mark Schueneman in 1998 and retired in 2017. They are parents of three children; Nate (Jamie) Tumbleson, Jake Tumbleson and Maggie (Chad) Winter and five grandchildren; Lexi, Lucas, Myles, Grant and Elliana. Brock and Molly are active members of the First Baptist Church in Kewanee.   Despite retirement, Brock also remains active as a local musician and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Ambassador Club, is a past President and member of Kewanee Kiwanis and is President of the Salvation Army board of directors. Molly and Brock enjoy spending time with family and friends and antiquing.

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Andrew Christman Funeral Assistant

Andrew relocated to Kewanee, IL with his wife Alissa in 2006 from Moberly, MO after Andrew finished his bachelor’s degree from Central Christian College of the Bible with a degree in Counseling. Later that year their oldest son was born, Maxwell. Since then they have welcomed four more children, all boys; Grayson, Thorin, Weston, and Cyrus. Andrew is a full-time minister with State Road Community Church Kewanee, IL and Community Christian Church Moline, IL. If the five boys and two churches weren’t enough to keep him busy, Andrew is a past President of the Kewanee Kiwanis Club, current member of the Kewanee Kiwanis Satellite Club, a founding member of the Kewanee Collation for Home Revitalization with Rebuilding Together Henry County, and Cub Scout Pack 4003 den leader, and past deacon and elder at First Christian Church Kewanee, IL.   

Andrew enjoys reading, watching movies, and family time, is a car enthusiast and an amateur home remodeler.  

Mark and Chris Schueneman

Owners/Funeral Director/Office Administrator
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James and Brandee Golnick

Owners/Funeral Directors
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We grew up in southern Minnesota and were married in 1998. After having three kids, we decided to pursue our calling as funeral directors and attended Carl Sandburg College in Galesburg. We graduated in 2011 with degrees in Mortuary Science. While attending college we had our fourth child, we then moved to Port Byron, Illinois where James worked at Gibson-Bode Funeral Homes for six years. Brandee worked at River View Veterinary Service and at Gibson-Bode Funeral Homes during that time. We moved to Kewanee, Illinois in April 2017 to be a part of the Schueneman-Tumbleson Funeral Home. 

 

Three of our kids attend Kewanee Schools. Our oldest is attending Black Hawk College, Galva. They all enjoy swimming, music, sports and our family pets. 

 

James is a member of Kiwanis and enjoys playing disc golf and camping.

 

Brandee enjoys reading, crocheting and quilting. 

 

Brock and Molly Tumbleson

Retired Funeral Director/Owner
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Brock and Molly (Madsen) were both born in Kewanee. They graduated from Western High School in Buda and were High School sweethearts. They married in August of 1976. Brock graduated from BHE and Southern Illinois University with a degree in Mortuary Science. He began working at the funeral home in 1974, became co-owner with Mark Schueneman in 1998 and retired in 2017. They are parents of three children; Nate (Jamie) Tumbleson, Jake Tumbleson and Maggie (Chad) Winter and five grandchildren; Lexi, Lucas, Myles, Grant and Elliana. Brock and Molly are active members of the First Baptist Church in Kewanee.   Despite retirement, Brock also remains active as a local musician and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Ambassador Club, is a past President and member of Kewanee Kiwanis and is President of the Salvation Army board of directors. Molly and Brock enjoy spending time with family and friends and antiquing.

Andrew Christman

Funeral Assistant
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Andrew relocated to Kewanee, IL with his wife Alissa in 2006 from Moberly, MO after Andrew finished his bachelor’s degree from Central Christian College of the Bible with a degree in Counseling. Later that year their oldest son was born, Maxwell. Since then they have welcomed four more children, all boys; Grayson, Thorin, Weston, and Cyrus. Andrew is a full-time minister with State Road Community Church Kewanee, IL and Community Christian Church Moline, IL. If the five boys and two churches weren’t enough to keep him busy, Andrew is a past President of the Kewanee Kiwanis Club, current member of the Kewanee Kiwanis Satellite Club, a founding member of the Kewanee Collation for Home Revitalization with Rebuilding Together Henry County, and Cub Scout Pack 4003 den leader, and past deacon and elder at First Christian Church Kewanee, IL.   

Andrew enjoys reading, watching movies, and family time, is a car enthusiast and an amateur home remodeler.