Staff members of Schaudt's Funeral Service are caring and experienced professionals who understand that each family is unique and has personal requests and traditions. These requests and traditions are of utmost importance to our staff of licensed funeral directors.
Daniel C. Schaudt
Daniel C. Schaudt felt the calling to pursue a career in funeral service at a young age. During high school, Daniel was employed with a local funeral home. Daniel is a graduate of Jenks High School were he was active in varsity sports and was a member of the 1993 6-A State Championship football team.
Daniel is a Certified Mass Fatalities Coordinator and a member of the Oklahoma Funeral Director's Association Disaster Team. He assisted during the Alfred P. Murrah Building bombing disaster and the May 3,1999 tornado that swept through the Oklahoma City area. Daniel is also a Certified Sterile Eye Enucleator for the Oklahoma Lions Eye Bank; past President and board member for the Glenpool Chamber of Commerce; a past board member of the Glenpool Public Schools Academic Foundation for Excellence; a past member of the City of Glenpool Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment and is a member of First Baptist Church in Jenks, OK.
Daniel received a Bachelor of Science degree in Funeral Service from the University of Central Oklahoma located in Edmond, Oklahoma. Daniel has twenty years of experience in the funeral industry serving families in the communities of Glenpool, Oklahoma City, Sapulpa, Tulsa, and Broken Arrow.
Daniel's wife Karie is a graduate of Pawhuska High School and Oklahoma State University. She is a Vice President of Commercial Lending with Central National Bank in Tulsa, together they have two children Sydnie Lauren and Shelbie Catherine.
Stephen J. Schaudt
Stephen J. Schaudt recently joined the family business, Schaudt's Glenpool Funeral Service. Steve was called to serve with his brother, Daniel Schaudt, and brings fifteen years experience after serving families in the Oklahoma City, Norman, Shawnee, Okmulgee, Henryette, Vinita, Langley and Grove areas.
Steve is a 1989 graduate of Broken Arrow High School and graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma where he received his four year degree in Mortuary Science.
Stephen's wife, Tiffany, is a graduate of Bethel Acres High School and Northeastern Oklahoma University. She is a registered nurse with Hillcrest Medical Center and is currently studying to become a Nurse Practitioner. Steve and Tiffany have two children: their daughter, Amiee Aleese and their son, William Scott
Andrea Shields grew up in Preston, where she graduated from Preston High School in 1994. She is the granddaughter of Kathy Huskey of Preston, the late Gus Huskey and the daughter of Rhonda Henson of Okemah. Andrea moved to Seminole to pursue her degree in Nursing but after working for the Swearingen Funeral Home in Seminole, she felt like her heart belonged in the funeral business. She changed her major and received an Associate Degree at Seminole State College.
In 2001, she received her Bachelor of Science Degree as a Funeral Director/Professional Embalmer at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond.
After graduation, Andrea worked at a Tulsa area funeral home, but after a few months, Andrea, being a small town girl, decided to work in the Okmulgee Community where she has worked for the Jackson Funeral Home as a Funeral Director for 13 years.
Andrea is also a Pre-Need Counselor and Licensed Life Insurance Agent, so she can take care of your pre-arrangements and any Monuments Sales. She serves as an Ambassador for the Okmulgee Chamber of Commerce.
Andrea is married to Mark Shields of Preston and they have two daughters, Dominique Shields and Shiann Swearingen.
Community Relations Director
Lisa Meacham has recently joined the staff at Schaudt's Funeral Service.
Lisa was raised in Lubbock, Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University in 1994 with a Bachelors degree in RHIM. She and her husband, Justin, have been married for twelve years. They have three young children and live in Jenks. Her children attend Jenks West Elementary. Lisa enjoys "weekend getaways" spent with her husband and children.
She moved to the Tulsa area in 1997 and started her career with Novartis Medical Nutrition and was employed there for nine years. She continued her career with Hospice (5 years) and most recently worked in the senior retirement environment for 3 years before joining the Schaudt Funeral Service Team.
Lisa is a Senior Adult Leader at Southern Hills Baptist Church where she and her family have been members since 2001. One of Lisa's attributes and what she enjoys most is interacting and planning activities (socials and seminars) for senior adults at her church.
Lisa has that warm fuzzy feeling and personality that attracts people.
We consider it a privilege and honor to have Lisa as a part of our funeral service family. She brings great knowledge besides her experience related to seniors and their needs which we consider an asset to our organization.
Sandra F. Schaudt
Sandra Frances (Dobson) Schaudt was born in Sydney, Australia and was raised in Wilmington, Delaware. She graduated from Wilmington High School where she was active in school clubs.
Sandy married Bill Schaudt October 19,1968. They moved to Fairfax, Virginia where Bill had started his career with American Airlines and where their two sons, Steve and Dan, were born. In 1977 they moved to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Sandy was a stay at home mom during the 70's and 80's. She was active and held offices in Cub Scouts, PTA and worked as a teacher assistant in the middle school environment besides participating in both sons' athletic activities. Sandy retired after thirteen years working as an office administrator for Johnson Controls, Inc. to begin Schaudt’s Funeral Service with her family.
She enjoys spending time with her family; especially playing with her four grandchildren, shopping, traveling, going out with their long-time friends. Sandy and her husband attend All Saints Anglican Cathedral.
William C. "Bill" Schaudt
William (Bill) Schaudt was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pa. Bill graduated from Father Judge High School in Philadelphia and served four years in the United States Air Force. He attended Quaker City School of Aeronautics receiving his Airframe and Powerplant accreditation in 1966. Bill was employed by American Airlines in aircraft maintenance for thirty three years. He retired as the Manager of Quality Assurance. In 2000, Bill was hired by Frontier Airlines in Denver as the Vice President of Maintenance and Engineering. After 9/11, Bill returned to Tulsa to be close to family and embark on a new career in funeral service. Bill was very instrumental with the construction of the funeral home overseeing every step of the construction process. Bill holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Thomas Edison State College and a Masters Degree in Aviation Management from Oklahoma State University.Bill married Sandy Dobson in 1968, in his spare time he enjoys golfing and traveling. They have two sons (Steve and Dan) and four grandchildren. Sandy and Bill attend All Saints Anglican Cathedral.
Reverend Gary Volz
Gary Joe Volz born in Coffeeville, Kansas on April 18, 1945 Gary moved to Muskogee, Oklahoma in 1947.
Mr. Volz has lived in Northeast "Green Country"’ Oklahoma the majority of his life. He graduated in 1963 from Muskogee High School. The following fall he enrolled at Midwest Christian College in Oklahoma City.
Mr. Volz graduated in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science in the Studies of Theology with a minor in Christian Education. In the following years he continued his education at Ozark Bible College, Cincinnati Christian Seminary and Tulsa Community College.
After retirement as a Pharmaceutical Representative in the Tulsa area, Mr. Volz has served as a hospice Chaplain and as a Sector Chief with the Tulsa Police/Fire Chaplaincy Corps. He presently serves as Minister at Glenpool Christian Church. Gary has been associated with Schaudt’s Funeral Service since 2005.
Mr. Volz has been married to his wife Ann for more than thirty-five years and they have five adult children.
Reverend Ron Baker
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William "Bo" Carter
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