Mike Reavis, Owner, CEO & Funeral Service Licensee
Mike was born and raised in Kannapolis and graduated from A.L. Brown High School. He began working part time at the funeral home in 1966 and after graduating high school, he went to mortuary school in Atlanta and came back to Kannapolis to work full-time.
He has been at least part owner of Lady's since 1980 and attained 100% ownership in 2010.
He is married to Linda, a retired teacher from the Kannapolis School System, and has one daughter, Lynn, and two grandchildren, Rebecca and Aaron. He is a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Landis where he is on the church council and is cemetery committee chairman.
Kevin M. Clark, President, Funeral Service Licensee, CFSP & CPC
Kevin grew up in China Grove and graduated from South Rowan High School. He went to mortuary school to become a licensed funeral director and embalmer. Lady's Funeral Home is the only funeral home he has worked at and has been employed here since 1995. In 2013, he attained the designations of CFSP (Certified Funeral Service Practitioner) & CPC (Certified Preplanning Consultant), becoming one of a handful of individuals in North Carolina to hold both designation.
He is married to Lynn Reavis Clark and has 2 children, Rebecca and Aaron. He is a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Landis where he has served on the church council, finance committee and cemetery committee. In 2016, he was elected to the Kannapolis City Board of Education.
Kevin loves playing golf and woodworking and enjoys fiddling with electronics. He also enjoys working on props and helping backstage for the annual Nutcracker performances that Piedmont Dance Theatre holds each Christmas season.
T. Alex Cruse, Jr., Assistant Manager, Funeral Service Licensee
Alex is a lifetime resident of Concord. He graduated of Concord High School and Gupton-Jones College of Mortuary Science in Atlanta, GA. He enjoys fishing and anything else that keeps him outdoors. He and his wife, Cathy, are members of Westford United Methodist Church in Concord. He is also a member of Cabarrus Masonic Lodge #720 AF & AM and a member and Past President of the former Concord Jaycees.
Alex received his Funeral Service license in 1982 and has been with Lady's Funeral Home since February 2011.
P. Doug Bare, Funeral Director
Doug is a resident of Rockwell and a graduate of South Rowan High School and Salisbury Business College. Doug is a former Volunteer Captain/Rescue Tech with the Rowan County Rescue Squad. He enjoys camping, hunting, fishing and taking his dog, Holly, out on his boat. Doug is married to Julie Hoover Bare and have two children, Joshua & Nick.
Doug received his Funeral Director’s License in May of 1990 and became a Certified Crematory Operator in 2015 and has been with Lady’s Funeral Home since June 2017.
Caroline Winslow, Clerical
Caroline was born Iredell County and moved to China Grove in her "early" years. She is a graduate of South Rowan High School. She is currently living with her parents in China Grove along with two golden retrievers, Cooper and Annie, and two cats, Ferguson and Captain Jack.
She is currently engaged and looking forward to buying a house.
In 2011 while in high school, she did an internship with us and has been here ever since.
Linda Reavis, Clerical Assistant
Linda was born and raised in Landis and has lived in Kannapolis since 1969. She works in our billing and accounts area. She is a lifelong member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Landis. She retired in 2000 after 30 years in Kannapolis City Schools where she taught at Shady Brook Elementary and later at Kannapolis Middle School. She is married to her husband, Mike and has a daughter, Lynn along with 2 grandchildren, Rebecca and Aaron.
She has been employed by Lady's Funeral Home since 2011.
Lloyd Smith, Funeral Ambassador
Lloyd or as he is better known as "Butch" grew up in "Spider Country" (Concord) and graduated from Concord High School, but now lives in Kannapolis. He retired from the Concord Fire Department with the Rank of Captain. He has had extensive course studies from CPCC and RCCC for fire safety training. He enjoys getting a hook in the water and catch whatever is biting. He is a member of Solid Rock Worship Center in Kannapolis. He is married to his high school sweetheart, Pam, and they have three sons and four grandchildren.
He has been with Lady's since October 1993.
Bobby Hallman, Funeral Ambassador
Bobby was born and raised in Cherryville, NC. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army and has a degree from Evans Business College. He is married to Opal and they have three children, two daughters, Torrance and Amy and a son, Bob, Jr. His interests include travel, theatre, singing, the beach, college football and basketball. He is a member of First Presbyterian Church in Kannapolis, Piedmont Singing Men and the Kneeling Gardners Garden Club.
Bobby has been employed at Lady's Funeral Home since 2006 as a funeral assistant.
Mike Roper, Funeral Ambassador
Mike Roper grew up in Kannapolis and graduated from A.L. Brown High School and now lives in China Grove. He retired after spending a combined 39 years with the U.S. Air Force and the NC Air National Guard. He loves to play golf and ping pong. He enjoys his time working in the Ministry and curently serves Interim Pastor of South China Grove Baptist Church and as a Chaplain with Brian Center of Concord and Kannapolis Police Department. He is married to Brenda and they have three daughters and five grandchildren.
He has been with Lady's Funeral Home since 2005.
Gary D. Deal, Funeral Ambassador
Gary grew up in Kannapolis. He graduated from Pfeiffer University with a BA in Criminal Justice. He is a member of The Brook Church in Landis. He enjoys fishing, riding motorcycles, hiking/camping, working out, gardening and spending time with his family. He is married to Stephanie and has three children, Taylor, Casey and Kinley.
He has been with Lady's since June 2017.
Kenneth "Ken" J. Woodard, Funeral Ambassador
Kenneth "Ken" Woodard grew up in the Shady Brook Community in Kannapolis. He is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and a graduate of Stanly Community College. He is a member of Midway United Methodist Church, has been on the Kannapolis City Planning and Zoning Board for the past 12 Years and volunteers for the Special Olympics. Ken enjoys spending time at the YMCA, weight training, as well as Challenge Courses and running 5K & 10K USMC & Myrtle Beach Marathons, Cooper River Run and Mud Runs. He is married to his wife Nancy and has two daughters, Beige and Renée.
He has been employed at Lady's Funeral Home since August 2018.
Tony Clark, Funeral Ambassador
Tony grew up in Kannapolis and graduated from LaSalle University and retired from the Kannapolis Police Department in March 2011. He is a member of First Assembly Worship Center in Concord and the Kannapolis Gideon Camp. He is also a part-time instructor for Basic Law Enforcement at Rowan Cabarrus Community College. He enjoys backpacking, sketching, reading and drinking Starbucks coffee. He is married to Wanda and has a daughter, Christie and one grandson.
He has been with Lady's Funeral Home since February 2011.
Ralph Brigman, Funeral Ambassador - In Memoriam (November 3, 2019)
Ralph grew and lives in Kannapolis. He is a member of First Baptist Church in Kannapolis. He has two daughters.
He has worked at Lady's Funeral Home since 1985.
Roger Laney, Funeral Ambassador - In Memoriam (August 28, 2018)
Roger was born and raised in Kannapolis and graduated from A.L. Brown High School. He is married to Betty Query Laney. He enjoys music and home decorating. He is a member of Concord First Assembly and a member of the Charlotte Chapter AGO(American Guild of Organists).
He has been associated with Lady's Funeral Home as an organist and pianist and singing for services. He has worked full-time since 2002.
Jerry Sanders, Funeral Director - In Memoriam (March 17, 2021)
Gabby is a lifetime resident of Concord. He graduated of Concord High School and CPCC in Charlotte. He is also a member of Cabarrus Masonic Lodge #720 AF & AM and 32nd degree York Rite Mason. Prior to becoming a Funeral Director, he proudly served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Era in the 18th Airborne Corp. He later served as a Concord Police Officer.
Gabby has been licensed since 1987 and has been with Lady's Funeral Home since February 2011.