Kelly Miller started his career in funeral service in 1992. He apprenticed under Hunter Novak before attending Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. He received his Associates degree. Kelly lived almost twenty years in Arkansas working for funeral homes and the coroners office where he obtained his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Forensic Science. He is board certified in the Medico-legal death investigation field with the ABMDI and in fire and explosion investigation with the NAFI.
Hunter and Bonnie Novak
Funeral Service Assistants
Hunter and Bonnie Novak owned Henson-Novak Funeral Home from 1990 till June of 2014. They remain a valuable part of the funeral home and the community. Hunter has been working in the funeral service industry for over 35 years. Bonnie has over 30 years experience serving families in the funeral service industry. The Novak's are members of Victory Memorial United Methodist Church in Guymon. Bonnie is very involved in the clothing ministry and Women's Bible study group at church. They have two sons, Ethan Novak and his wife Taylor of Midland, Texas and Griffin Novak who currently attends Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.
Chet Krone Was born and raised in Guymon. After a stint in the military and then finishing his bachelor's degree at SWOSU in Weatherford, he eventually returned to Guymon. Chet retired from Oklahoma Economic Development Authority at the end of 2012 and joined the staff at the funeral home in 2013. Chet is a member of Victory Memorial United Methodist Church, a life member of both the VFW and American Legion. Chet has also been involved in civic and fraternal organizations (Guymon Masonic Lodge and Guymon Ambucs) and is always willing to help people navigate through the complexities of veteran's affairs. Chet has one daughter who lives in Noble, OK
Funeral Assistant/ Bilngual Translator
A resident of Guymon since 1971, Carlos and his wife Mary are the proud parents of six children. Both are retired and love to travel. A business man and entrepreneur Carlos has been involved in many civic organizations and city appointments. These include Citizens Advisory Board, The Park Board and The Guymon library Board. Carlos was appointed to serve as a member of the "Governors Advisory Committee on Hispanic Affairs". This appointment was made by Governor George Nigh. Carlos also has served for Judge Frank Ogden as a Court Translator. Carlos and Mary are both active members of St. Peter The Apostle Catholic Church. Carlos serves on the Finance committee Board of directors for the church. Carlos retired from Hinchey Ford in 2014 and is proud to serve his cmmunity in his new capacity.