Family Service Advisor / Office Manager
Bonnie is a life long resident of Frankfort and grew up just down Clinton Street. she and her husband Bryan live in Antioch with their four children. She joined Archer-Weston in 2007 and is our Office Manager and Family Service Advisor, handling our Pre-arrangements and our Aftercare. Bonnie considers it a privilege to assist our families through one of the most difficult times in their lives.
Jim Weston grew up in the small town of Brook, Indiana. 1948 graduate of Brook High School, and 1952 graduate of Indiana Mortuary College. He married JoAnne Whaley in 1950. After college Jim returned to Brook to help his father in the funeral home. He continued to work with his father until his father's death in 1966. Jim & JoAnne purchased the family business in Brook and operated it until selling to Richard Gerts. In 1985 they came to Frankfort and purchased the Eller-Weston Funeral Home. Their son & daughter-in-law joined them in the business here for several years. Jim has continued to be an active part of the funeral home since 1985. Even though the ownership has changed, his committment and dedication to the families we serve as well has the community has remained stronger than ever.
Dion W. Miller
Dion is a life long resident of Frankfort. He graduated from Frankfort Senior High School in 1992. He
graduated from Ball State University in 1997 and Mid America College of Funeral Service in 1998. He
married Lisa J. Mohler in July 2002. He and Lisa have two children. He is a member of the First Christian
Church in Frankfort. He is a member of the Frankfort Jaycees. He enjoys playing in golf, basketball and
Ron is a resident of Colfax and been helping out with funeral services the past several years. He has been a Manufacturers Representative for 35 years. He and his wife Carolyn have lived in Clinton County for 29 years. They have 6 children and 2 grandchildren. Ron and Carolyn are members of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Carolyn is employed at Mulberry Lutheran Home.
Our Heritage....Our Merchandise.....Our Commitment
Founded on the principles of "neighbors helping neighbors" Roscoe "Jude" & Marjorie Eller opened the Eller Funeral Home in 1961. Our mission remains the same today, helping families during difficult times. We continue to offer our families services that are simple, practical, & affordable.
We continue to strive to meet the needs of families with many different service options and merchandise. We have recently combined computer technology with state of the art merchandising components offering a variety of items to assist in planning a meaningful ceremony. You will find that our funeral resource room provides a non-threatening atmosphere to help you in your planning. You will find plenty of items including, caskets, urns, burial vaults, cremation vaults, memorial register books, stationery, video tributes, memory portraits, monuments, memorial jewelry, keepsake items, and personalization products including cap panels and memory plaques.
We believe our commitment is first and foremost helping you. Making things easier for you, whether you desire traditional burial or cremation, our commitment to you remains the same. Our families experience only the highest standards in service, and our commitment remains the same following the service. Our aftercare program continues assisting our families in their journey through the "transition period" following a death, and we are there at every step along that journey. If you have any questions or would like more information on our services, merchandice, or pre-arranging a service, please contact us either through the contact page of this website or by calling (765) 659-3329 or toll free (877) 659-3329 to schedule a personal appointment with us.
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